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With a new Google Chrome plugin, text passages can be linked directly to a website

"Down there, fifth paragraph from the left, second sentence, third word, there really should be a comma." A snippet of text will save that.

Sometimes the devil is in the details that you want to point out to someone. And if this detail is on a very text-rich website, it can be difficult to describe the job. With the Chrome plugin, Google now provides a handy tool that can bookmark individual text passages and provide them with a permalink.

All you need is the person who wants to create a link, but not the one who should receive the link, the plugin in question. After installation, the feature appears directly in the context menu, which can be accessed by right-clicking after marking the desired location. However, obviously, the text passage can have a maximum length. Confusingly, the error message says the exact opposite:

 Chrome 1rwc7z9chb "width =" 452 "height =" 155 "data-recalc-dims =" 1 "data-lazy-src =" https: // i1.;ssl=1 "srcset =" data: image / gif ; base64, R0lGODlhAQABAIAAAAAAAP /// yH5BAEAAAAALAAAAAABAAEAAAIBRAA7

The link is located directly on [459008]. You could still report this with a note, but it doesn't show up. Words are also highlighted in yellow. This is also what you see with the new permalink. Chrome also moves directly to the corresponding point. The yellow marker disappears after a click, which can also happen accidentally, which is not so useful.

The Text Snippets [1] specification adds support for specifying a text snippet in the URL snippet. By navigating to a URL with such a snippet, the user agent can quickly emphasize and / or get the user's attention. This extension allows easy creation of text fragment URLs through the context menu.

* Select the text you want to link to.
* Right-click and choose "Copy link to selected text" from the context menu. .
* Paste your link where you want to share it.

  Screenshot of Chrome plugin text snippet "width =" 740 "height =" 279 "data-recalc-dims =" 1 "data-lazy-src =" https: // / resize = 740% 2C279 & is-load-slope = 1 # 038; ssl = 1 "srcset =" data: image / gif; base64, R0lGODlhAQABAIAAAAAAAP /// yH5BAEAAAAALAAAAAABAAEAAAIBRAA7

Chrome text snippet: handy, but …

Plugin source code is open, but somehow can no longer be found on Github To be honest, this is a feature that I could imagine on board Chrome without having to install via a plugin.

Bubbles have proven to be a very handy tool for me, taking screenshots of full pages of websites, etc. Leave comments. Maybe you still have inside information in the store? [19659016] Bubbles: Video and Collaboration Capture "data-lazy-src =" http: // lh3_googleusercontent_com / BB60VLXt3lGsX36ejRyWFwOdDgyj04A1w3oLe_cROVftOthgsqQg__RXUZLtsRXyfOBQzpTwwpp128 base64, R0lGODlhAQABAIAAAAAAAP / // yH5BAEAAAAALAAAAAABAAEAAAIBRAA7 "class =" jetpack-lazy-image “/>


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