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Sidebar wordWrap Annotations - 68 views

Hi guys, any progress on this? I think this is fairly easy to do and would be quite useful. I'm also a programmer so if you want some help or want me to implement it let me know. Arrix Z wrote:...

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Maggie Tsai

highlights and stickies disappearing - 69 views

loyola wrote: > I think you might in the next while gain several devotees from our Uni. Great :-) Thanks for sharing Diigo!

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Webtwo Dozent

How do you un-expand annotations in My Library? - 88 views

I use Diigo-Lists in my (German) courses - students get there recommended resources (links / images / videos / presentations). If a list contains several presentations or videos (collected flash)...

regression suggestion diigo v5 help annotations annotation expand collapse

Graham Perrin

Threaded Annotation - 474 views

Maggie wrote, at comment #2: > … the whole purpose of in-situ "social annotation" > > Just "add comment" to follow on a sticky note conversation. Please > give that a try and let us know ...

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Djiezes Kraaijst

Highlights not appearing when searching: expand/collapse feature not working - 66 views

Great, thanks for looking into this. Maggie Tsai wrote: > Got it. A new bug triggered by some latest change - will fix

collapse expand highlight search search-feature searching tags

Graham Perrin

Diigo Feature Request: (Post Which New Features u want to see in Diigo) - 111 views

> thumbnail screen-shot Please enable e-mail notification for (2008-03-28), New feature: medium-size thumbnail with readable info for each b...

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Graham Perrin

Expand / collapse collapses in V5 - 20 views

Please enable e-mail notification for (2010-07-04), How do you un-expand annotations in My Library?

annotations collapse resolved duplicate

started by Webtwo Dozent on 03 Aug 10 no follow-up yet
Klaas Kay

problem with expand/collapse - 32 views

I also have had the similar issue. This happens after the main maintenance of Diigo. I usually clipped something from the Web either texts or images besides the URLs alone. So most of my collecti...


Maggie Tsai

Living in the Clouds - Diigo | CloudAve - 0 views

  • In my early days of Living in the Clouds, I was using Delicious as my cloud based bookmarking tool. It was my favorite Web 2.0 era tool. I loved it so much that I refused to look at any other social bookmarking apps. When I started blogging here at Cloud Avenue, Zoli recommended us to use another bookmarking site called Diigo for our research purposes. I agreed to use this app very reluctantly and I never looked back since then. Diigo is not just a social bookmarking site but it is also a very good research tool including options to highlight, annotate, comment, share, etc.. This tool has changed the way I do research on the web with its powerful set of features. In fact, I have stopped using Delicious completely. This is much more powerful than Delicious in my quest to organize my information in the clouds.
  • Pros: Highlight and Annotation. This is a powerful feature for anyone who is using Diigo for research purposes. The best part of this is the finer privacy control for Annotation. One can keep it private or share with a group or make it public. Ability to create groups to share with others interested in a particular area or lists to organize information better for yourself. Ability to send to friends who are not members of Diigo through email. Ability to expand/Annotation highlights and Annotations in your Diigo bookmarks page. Powerful toolbar Ability to extract all the Annotation in a particular page. Comes handy while researching on any topic. Here, the network effects can make this feature more powerful.
  • Cons: Lack of browser button that could hide/unhide the Diigo toolbar similar to Stumbleupon toolbar. This will come handy for those with smaller monitors/netbooks to use the space occupied by the toolbar to see the webpage.
    • Maggie Tsai
      We know how precious everyone's desktop space is, so we have made Diigo toolbar fully customizable. Check out the details here
Tom Hemingway

Bookmark edit box problems - 86 views

Joel, About my item #2 When I have my bookmarks list open, each bookmark has the "Preview/Share/Delete/Edit/Comment" options at the bottom of the bookmark record. If I chose to share or edit, th...

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Mr. DiGi

Firegestures: Get Scripts - 0 views

    Control your Diigo Toolbar and add bookmarks by mouse gestures with Firegestures.
    Drag these links to Firegestures Scrips window: Diigo Show/Hide Sidebar Diigo Show/Hide Toolbar Diigo One-Click Save Diigo Bookmark This Diigo Email to... Diigo Collect Flash Sidebar controls: Diigo Bookmars Diigo Readers Diigo Annotations Diigo Add page Comment Diigo Friends Diigo Show bookmakrs/Hide Sidebar Diigo Search selected text in Sidebar
Joel Liu

The last two days of added bookmarks can't be searched - 115 views

We fixed some bugs in cache server and search server. Don't worry. Once your bookmark URL is in diigo system, we will try our best to fetch the cache page.

bookmark searching lists performance bug resolved

Graham Perrin

Sizeable Sticky pop-up & misleading of sticky or comment - 35 views

> Sizeable Sticky +1 Cross reference floating window for sticky note is too small for its contents

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Graham Perrin

meta: present page comments in collapsible/expandable sidebar whilst preview is awaited... - 8 views

Observations In Diigo Meta: whilst we wait for the preview to load, the white space is wasted. Criticism In Diito Meta: the small area below the preview is far too small for reasonable treatmen...

suggestion meta sidebar page comment preview load wait gpd4

Scott Wheatley

Chrome Extension - 255 views

I didn't have idea that a chrome extension exists


Maggie Tsai

WebSlides - Transforms Bookmarks Once Again - 0 views

  • WebSlides - Transforms Bookmarks Once Again
  • This innovation is a browser based player that displays live Web pages with integrated annotation, sticky notes and highlights in an interactive slideshow. With this cool tool users can record and narrate tracks as well as add background music to make compelling shows - and somewhat more. WebSlides is being presented at the Office 2.0 Conference as I write this, so we wanted you to have a look at this simple, innovative and useful tool as well.  
  • Web 2.0 has to a large extent been about new ways of organizing and manipulating data. This is particularly true of bookmarks and other links. Innovative developments like Second Brain, Particls and others have pushed the envelope in creating useful and fascinating ways for organizing all types of links and data. Well, testing this little tool makes me wonder why someone did not think of this before (I - know just comment and tell us about your service too). WebSlides is like StumbleUpon in motion actually. It does not yet have the "resident" features of SU, but WebSlide creations saved or submitted to other services will exhibit a similar feel. So just when we thought StumbleUpon and a host of others had done everything with pages - along comes WebSlides. Here is a short list of things users might do with this service. Create guided tours of websites Display a list of houses or other products to clients Bundle education resources or research data Make shows of favorite places when visiting or traveling Create briefings or tutorials and tours on virtually any subject Present a whole series of news stories on a topic to digg or and others for scrutiny Interactively submit "collections" of stories and data
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  • WebSlides is not yet available for testing so we could not get in depth information on the slide creation UI and other features. However, the demo presentations are fairly awesome in presenting selections with music. I can think of at least 10 other uses for this tool - one of which might be used to rate news stories in collections (with voting). If the developers continue to improve on the exceptional "in show" page functionality - then WebSlides will be quite something. This service is deceptively simple in appearance, but making web pages functional within a relatively interactive slide show is not a simple feature. I like WebSlides and look forward to testing the service and also seeing how it is enhanced in the coming months. Combined with Diigo's other services, this fascinating tool could go viral quickly in my estimation. Check it out and perhaps comment on your ideas for its uses.
  • Written by Markd on September 6th, 2007 at 5:58 pm
  • This is brilliant. Next time you’re going to a meeting where you want to show a selection of websites. Don’t worry about collapsing them all, just create a slideshow out of them.
  • Written by kam on September 7th, 2007 at 9:36 am
  • this is excellent specially if you make a combo of this and ur iphone.. sweet
Paul Streby

Enhanced linkroll doesn't work - 70 views

theenergynet wrote: > 1. Your enhanced linkroll script fails to work properly. I created an enhanced linkroll in Firefox, but when I checked the "only annotated" box, nothing showed up. I have ...

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