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level 4 piotr_wasik ·1 yr. ago I tried to preserve a lot of html, I forgot now what exactly I remove. Submitting forms is disabled for example. All resources like CSS are loaded via buboflash.eu server, so the browser does not complain about cross site references. Of course when you use Chrome Extension, I do not change the original html, and nothing is disabled, you can submit forms etc, but I have another problem - the annotations popup from Buboflash inherits some of the underlying page styling, or worse, I can add inadvertently my styling to the original page, but I did not see it happen in practice. Not ideal, I will fix that one day with iframe. Pages are always cached in buboflash.eu, so search by text works with them. The highlighted part is just <span ...> with colour, and it is matched approximately against the whole page text, not by letter position for example. A lot can change in the underlying page, like paragraphs added before or after the annotation and it w



and it is matched approximately against the whole page text, not by letter position for example. A lot can change in the underlying page, like paragraphs added before or after the annotation and it will still find the right place. You can still fool it when the actual selected and highlighted text changes, or similar text appears somewhere else (that was not originally there). If it loses its position, you can still see it at the bottom in annotations
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practice. Not ideal, I will fix that one day with iframe. Pages are always cached in buboflash.eu, so search by text works with them. The highlighted part is just <span ...> with colour, <span>and it is matched approximately against the whole page text, not by letter position for example. A lot can change in the underlying page, like paragraphs added before or after the annotation and it will still find the right place. You can still fool it when the actual selected and highlighted text changes, or similar text appears somewhere else (that was not originally there). If it loses its position, you can still see it at the bottom in annotations strip on the right, but not anchored in the actual page. You can re-anchor it manually. Of course annotating pages that change fully every day, like Wikipedia front page https://en.wiki




For all too many, good writing seems agift reserved for the "talented'' few. Yet this is far from the case. Writing is askill that can be mastered by anyone willing to learn its rela- tively few basic principles, and to put them into action.
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erved for the "talented'' few. Yet this is far from the case. Writing is askill that can be mastered by anyone willing to learn its rela- tively few basic principles, and to put them into action<span>. <span>

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THERE IS NO "MAGIC" IN GOOD WRITING For all too many, good writing seems agift reserved for the "talented'' few. Yet this is far from the case. Writing is askill that can be mastered by anyone willing to learn its rela- tively few basic principles, and to put them into action. With superb clarity, this book strips away the mystery from writing. It illumines the uses — and misuses—of words, sentences, paragraphs, and themes, and provides expertly designed exercises to insure thorough understanding. As an added bonus, in showing both student and layman how to write more easily and effectively, it offers telling insight into the art of clear thinking, which is the necessary complement of —THE LIVELY ART OF WRITING
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THERE IS NO "MAGIC" IN GOOD WRITING

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THERE IS NO "MAGIC" IN GOOD WRITING For all too many, good writing seems agift reserved for the "talented'' few. Yet this is far from the case. Writing is askill that can be mastered by anyone willing to learn its rela- t

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