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Michael Bishop

Firefox 3 beta 3 compatibility? - 124 views

To tell you the truth, I can't remember where I read about it, just had a vague recollection that there were still some UI issues with the mac. Coulda been a dream however. :-D

Diigo Firefox beta compatibility help resolved


Apple Releases iOS 11.4.1 Beta: Fixes Bug - 0 views

    Although Apple is now focused on iOS 12, they released a beta version of iOS 11.4.1 this morning. Apple has already pushed a second beta of iOS 11.4.1 to developers. The beta version of tvOS 11.4.1 and mac OS High Sierra 10.13.6 have also been pushed. For the second beta version of iOS 11.4.1
Graham Perrin

autologin no longer working - 116 views

Jim McClintock wrote: > The problem I experienced related to a beta version of Firefox. I > eventually realized it wasn't Diigo specific in any way Thanks to Jim for the positive fe...

Firefox 3.5 beta bug resolved


Diigo bookmark window doesn't close - 44 views

We have fixed this bug.Please upgrade your diigo toolbar to the latest version.

bookmark window Save


Beta Version and Software Testing: Understand the Correlation - 0 views

    You must have heard of beta testing and know something about it. However, many people are unaware of it despite the fact many of the best software testing companies use the best version of the software as the final part of the test.
Primus Luta

Flock Beta Toolbar Crash - 71 views

Working great. Thanks for this. Joel Liu wrote: > The problem was solved. We just updated the toolbar about one hour ago. Please install it ( and tell us whether it wo...

flock toolbar

Maggie Tsai

Cannot load Diigo toolbar (1.x) in Mac FireFox 3 beta 2 - 12 views

Yes, FF 3 beta 2 is not fully supported yet.

bug firefox toolbar

Amit Singh

Buy Women Tank Tops Online India | Printed Tank Tops for Girls - 0 views

    Crazy Beta as the name describes is always open to customer feedback which is a continuous ongoing process in order to improve the service areas. We at Crazy Beta Always adhere to high quality products and services to customers as well as the client so that a long lasting strong relationship is created.
Filefisher com

Download uTorrent 3.4.6 Beta - 0 views

    Download uTorrent 3.4.6 Beta
Filefisher com

Download Firefox 46.0 Beta - 0 views

    Download Firefox 46.0 Beta
Filefisher com

Download Media Companion 3.64 - 0 views

    Download Media Companion 3.64
Filefisher com

Download KODI Kodi 16.1 RC 2 - 0 views

    Download KODI Kodi 16.1 RC 2
Amit Singh

Kissing Prank India - Spin The Bottle | Crazy Beta (Connaught Place, New Delhi) - AVR Prank TV - YouTube - 0 views

    Crazy Quotes-Get In Touch With Crazy Beta And Find Funky Quotes T-Shirts & Sunglasses
Amit Singh

Crazy Beta- Buy Mobile Covers Online Of Different Types Online - 0 views

    Crazy Beta- Buy Mobile Covers Online Of Different Types Online Everyone would like to stand out from the crowd and show your personality.
Graham Perrin

Diigo V4 is live now! - 134 views

It's so easy to take for granted in Diigo 4.0 beta the things that were missing from past versions! I completely forgot: in the past Diigo 3 beta, you could not search a group from its home pag...

Diigo V4 spam (electronic)

Graham Perrin

moderation: content lost following approval - 49 views

Bug fixed now, and thanks a lot for helping us to define this bug.

bug resolved priority dataloss group moderate gpd4

Graham Perrin

Can't find my watchlists..! - 46 views

@ yuppi c Your is read only and at my I'm trying but failing to add you to the conversation (sorry) …

Diigo help watchlist missing network tag follow orientation filter suggestion

Maggie Tsai

Diigo 3.0 Beta is Live at LifeClever ;-) Tips for Design and Life - 0 views

  • I’ve sung the praises of social bookmarking service Diigo in the past here at Lifeclever. It archives a full cache of every page in case the original goes down, lets you highlight and annotate Web pages, and it publishes your links to all the other social bookmarking sites automatically. What’s not to love? Well, I guess some people are perfectionists, because the team at Diigo has just a launched new and improved version 3 in beta. I’ve been playing with it for a few weeks and, for my purposes, it offers a few nifty improvements. Tags are listed alphabetically by default, and the Diigo plugin for Firefox offers a “Twitter This” option which sends your link to Twitter as a tinyurl link. The new Diigo also offers spiffy social networking/recommendation functionality, but that’s not my bag, although it may be yours. Either way, there’s really no reason anyone should use the Yahoo’s stagnant service anymore. Diigo’s much prettier and it runs faster too! Go import your bookmarks today.
Maggie Tsai

web 2.0 blog » Beta Review - diigo social bookmarking and annotation service - 0 views

  • A few weeks back I managed to score an invite to a new social bookmarking/annontation site called diigo. I am quite excited by the potential of a service such as this and its really starting to realise some of the oppourtunity out there. Essentially diigo lets you bookmark pages, tag those bookmarks, add comments to those bookmarks, highlight content within pages, add comments to those pages that are viewable by all diigo users and utilise all the community features your used to like subscribing to your friends lists. Thats not a list of features that springs out of the page, many of these ideas have been attempted previously. Its more the deftness that diigo handles these ideas with that makes it stand out from the pack. Theres also the fact that its all bundled into one service.
  • the best way to sum up a service like diigo is that it overlays a Web 2.0 service on top of Web 1 sites. Things like tagging, annotation, social bookmarking and social commenting are very Web 2.0 in nature. diigo allows you to apply these ideas to normal Web 1 style sites.
  • Take, for example the BBC News site. Theres an awfull lot of content on there, some of which I would be interested in the thoughts of others on. Currently only certain, carefully chosen stories feature comments. diigo, however, allows you to comment on these stories, furthermore you can highlight actual pieces of text within the story and comment on them. And then others can view your comments and add their own. It is possible to have a linear conversation based around single web pages or even paragraphs of content. When you take the potential of the above and add in a competant social bookmarking service you can begin to see where diigo is heading as a service. The diigo team are aware that there are numerous other services out there, the one that is certainly a huge obstacle in terms of social bookmarking is, a service that I absolutely love. To make the transition a bit easier you can import your bookmarks into diigo from, you can also automatically add your diigo bookmarks to
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  • One of the things I’ve seen other people rave about is the ability to have “private” objects on diigo. So an annotation, bookmark, comment etc can be hidden from other users, something that can only currently be done in with a hack. Personally I think this is neither here nor there, while its nice to have the option (when I first started using I did feel I was being forced into the whole social aspect of it rather than finding my own way) it does remove from some of the community aspects. Of course this is an obvious attempt to move diigo into local (browser) bookmark territory as opposed to what is usually used for, which tends to be more for points of interest. There are sites I have bookmarked, such as my bank, that I would never add to, I would be more tempted to add it as a private bookmark to diigo (although I haven’t).
  • The bookmarklet is in fact very advanced, you fire it up and a small toolbar appears at the top of your browser window. One option allows you to bookmark the page and there are links to your diigo bookmarks and subscriptions. Theres also a “highlight” option that only becomes active when you have some text highlighted. Generally the bookmarklet works well, you can hide it from your screen and call it back by moving your mouse to the left of the browser and it generally copes well.
  • To sum up, I liked the diigo service. Its attempt to augment basic webpages with advanced features is admirable. Currently theres a sense of community lacking which may be down to the fact that it is currently a closed beta, it may also be down to the lack of a “popular” page be it overall or by tag, both would be good. There are also a lot of features that are in the pipeline and alot of features that I didn’t get a chance to test out, features like “Blog This”
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