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Diigo Highlight stopped working

I use Diigo bookmarks as a Firefox extension in my P.C. Until recently the Highlight portion of the program worked just fine. Now it doesn't. I tried adjusting the Settings but couldn't make a difference. I also uninstalled and reinstalled Diigo, shut down my computer and rebooted... and nothing works. I'd appreciate any solutions you have. Thanks very much.
~ Chuck

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  • Anonymous Feb 03, 2009

    I had the same problem. All of a sudden it works now. I just reinstalled it.

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Try System Restore and select the date just prior to Diigo not working.
I hope this helps.
Good Luck.

Posted on Feb 26, 2009

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How do I delete from my favorites


The following document contains information on how to manage your bookmarks and favorites in all of the major Internet browsers. To proceed, select your browser from the list below and follow the instructions.
- Internet Explorer
- Google Chrome
- Mozilla Firefox
- Opera
Internet Explorer
To access favorites:
Press Alt + C
or
Open Microsoft Internet Explorer.
Click on the Favorites IE favorites icon in the upper right-hand corner of the browser window.
Click any Favorite folder to expand and show its contents.
To delete favorites or folders:
- Right-click the favorite or folder you want to delete.
- Select Delete from the drop-down menu that appears.
To move and organize items in your favorites:
- Drag-and-drop your favorites or folders to rearrange them.
Renaming items in your favorites:
- Right-click the favorite or folder you want to rename.
- Select Rename from the drop-down menu that appears.
- Type in the desired name and press Enter.
Google Chrome
To access your bookmarks:
Press Ctrl + Shift + O
or
Open the Google Chrome Internet browser.
Click Customize and control google chrome Chrome settings in the upper right-hand corner of the browser window.
Move you mouse cursor over Bookmarks and then click Bookmark manager.
Deleting:
- Highlight the bookmark or folder you want to delete by clicking it once.
- Press the delete key on your keyboard to remove the bookmark or folder.
- Tip: You can also right-click a bookmark or folder, then select Delete from the menu.
Organizing:
- Drag-and-drop your bookmarks or folders to re-organize them.
Renaming:
- Right-click the bookmark or folder you want to rename.
- Select Edit... from the drop-down menu that appears.
- Type in the desired name and press Enter.
Mozilla Firefox
To access your bookmarks:
Press Ctrl + Shift + B
or
Open the Mozilla Firefox Internet browser.
Click Show your bookmarks Firefox bookmarks in the upper right-hand corner of the browser window.
Select Show All Bookmarks.
Deleting:
- Highlight the bookmark or folder you want to delete by clicking it once.
- Press the delete key on your keyboard to remove the bookmark or folder.
- Tip: You can also right-click a bookmark or folder, then select Delete from the menu.
Organizing:
Drag-and-drop your bookmarks or folders to re-organize them.
Renaming:
- Highlight the bookmark or folder you want to rename by clicking it once.
- Locate the field labeled Name: in the lower right-hand section of the Library window.
- Type in the desired name and press Enter.
Opera
To access your bookmarks:
Press Ctrl + Shift + B
or
Open the Opera Internet browser.
Click Customize and control Opera opera button in the upper left-hand corner of the browser window.
Select Bookmarks from the drop-down menu that appears.
Deleting:
- Locate the folder or bookmark you would like to delete and move your mouse cursor over it.
- A circled X should appear in the upper right-hand corner; click it to delete.
Organizing:
- Drag-and-drop your bookmarks or folders to re-organize them.
Renaming:
- Right-click the bookmark or folder you want to rename.
- Select Edit... from the drop-down menu that appears.
- Type in the desired name and press Enter.

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Backup your Firefox XPI


Developed by Chuck Baker of CustomSoftwareConsult aka SoftwareByChuck

FEBE - Backup the Profile + Bookmarks etc.
CLEO - Creates the custom XPI

Use this combopack from CSC to package all you favourite add-ons into one XPI installer great for those reinstalls of Firefox or for U3 Firefox v2.0.0.4 from Sandisk use this older version of the combopack available HERE as an XPI


If you have the later versions of Firefox v3.6.x then you will need to install the latest version of FEBE and CLEO, this requires you to set the folder options to SHOW so that you can access the Extensions and Themes folders in the %appdata% for Mozilla Firefox otherwise you can't backup each FF profile that is stored there.

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NOTE: I stopped using Firefox's own bookmarks in favour of DELICIOUS bookmarks which you can also have as an XPI

UNRESPONSIVE SCRIPT ERRORS

Install the FEBE Debug XPI a special debug version will create a log of the items it is zipping. Depending on where the error is occurring, the log will display either the last backed up item or the item currently being backed up it will also verify your XPI add-ons directory for valid GUID's

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In this case only one extensions GUI is possibly corrupt I used strict checking mode in this case FEBE removed the two suspect folder contents for these two XPI, and will totally remove them on FF restart.

skipscreen@skipscreen - this is removed due to UNEXPECTED ERROR I suggest you try installing the latest version

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siteinfo@wmtips - this is removed due to invalid GUID

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Further reading HERE by Chuck himself on unresponsive scripts.

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How do I restore my mozilla firefox bookmarks


Try to login with your gmail account. Or open your gmail account which you always use. Some time it will recover back your bookmarks

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I have multirow toobar installed for firefox. Why does it show only one row?


The add-on limits the number of lines to display. To change this, select "Tools" - "Add-ons", and then click the "Options" button underneath "MultirowBookmarksToolbar".
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How do i restore firefox as my browser?


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  1. Open Firefox in Safe Mode, from your programs menu or by typing "firefox -safe-mode" in Start->Run. run_safe_mode.gif
  2. Choose what you want to be brought back to its original settings by checking one of the following options:
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    • Disable all add-ons: Disables all added themes and extensions.
    • Reset toolbars and controls: Removes any made toolbar customization.
    • Reset bookmarks to Firefox defaults: Replaces your bookmarks with the default bookmarks.
    • Reset all user preferences to Firefox defaults: Restores the default Options and preference settings and resets the default theme. It also changes back to default all the entries in the about:config page.
    • Restore default search engines: Adds back all of the default search engines (Google, Yahoo, eBay, Creative Commons, Answers.com, and Amazon.com fixya.com,ehow.com) , without removing any added search engines.


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Reset my mizolla fairfox tools


  1. Open Firefox in Safe Mode, from your programs menu or by typing “firefox -safe-mode” in Start->Run.
    run_safe_mode.gif
    1. Choose what you want to be brought back to its original settings by checking one of the following options:
      safe_mode_panel.gif
    2. Disable all add-ons: Disables all added themes and extensions.
    • Reset toolbars and controls: Removes any made toolbar customization.
    • Reset bookmarks to Firefox defaults: Replaces your bookmarks with the default bookmarks.
    • Reset all user preferences to Firefox defaults: Restores the default Options and preference settings and resets the default theme. It also changes back to default all the entries in the about:config page.
    • Restore default search engines: Adds back all of the default search engines (Google, Yahoo, eBay, Creative Commons, Answers.com, and Amazon.com) , without removing any added search engines.
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    Firefox bookmarks disappeared


    Hi Samantha,

    Try to reinstall Firefox again

    If it not helps try to see if can see all the bookmarks in the folder. The probles is now, are they gone or is it Firefox that having problems ?

    Have a nice day
    Hope that helps

    Please rate my answer

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    Cannot bookmark page


    Hmm zone alarm should not be stopping you from bookmarking it has no outgoing connections to bookmark so that should have nothing to do with your problem. :)

    My first thought is that the bookmarks.html file is read only, this happens sometimes after upgrading your firefox.
    1. Navigate to the profile folder
    2. Find bookmarks.html (you can open it and see if any bookmarks in it saved to make sure this is the right file)
    3. Right-click on the file, choose Properties
    4. On the General tab, make sure "Read only" is not checked.
    5. Press OK.
    For help how to find the profile folder:
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    1] From menu that is at the top of Firefox window, you need to click on Tools options and then choose Add-ons. Add-ons window will appear.
    2] In add-ons window, you have to select Extensions panel to view your installed extensions
    3] Check for extensions known to cause problem when they are installed with Norton: These include Piclens, freecorder, FoxyTunes, Google Toolbar, and Skype extension. If you do not have norton then just go one by one slowly disabling for test.
    4] Disable one by one each and every extension that you have from list above each time testing if the one you just disabled was responsible

    For disabling the extension do the following:
    1] Click on the name of that extension to disable
    2] To disable this extension, you have to click on disable button.
    Repeat the steps given below for each extension that is causing problem.

    5] After you have disabled the extension, you have to close Firefox window. Click on file menu and then choose exit.
    6] Right click on any empty spot in Windows task bar and then choose Task manager. An alternative way is to press Ctrl + Shift + Esc
    7] Select processes tab
    8] Select firefox.exe entry in processes list and then press End process. If there is no “firefox.exe” entry then you can skip this step.
    9] Start Firefox browser normally
    10] Close Firefox browser again. Click on file menu and then choose exit
    11] Start Firefox browser again and see if bookmarks works

    Alternatively if after disabling all the addons/extensions the bookmark menu still not works, you can always backup your bookmarks file (located in profile folder, see above for exact path), save it somewhere, reinstall firefox completely and import/copy back the bookmarks.


    If the above solutions helped you please rate:):) Let me know if it solves it or not, am sure we find the solution:)

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