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Yes, Zotero's new snapshots really are very good. But as far as I can tell, there's still no way to annotate them once they're saved, like you can, for example, in Evernote.
@adamsmith, I haven't yet found a website annotation tool that fully works for Zotero saved .html. The problems are one or more of: * they save the annotations separately, usually on their own servers. * they save annotations only in ~/Downloads *…
Huh, the bookmarklet doesn't work for me either. I can use it to highlight a live web page, and then let Zotero save it. But when I load that saved file into chrome, the bookmarklet doesn't do anything. I can click it and the select text, but t…in Highlight text within web clipping archive Comment by scotto December 1, 2020
I would also very much like some method of saving and editing web page highlights in the local html file stored by Zotero. But for me, hypothes.is doesn't cut it. True, you can highlight a webpage with the hypothes.is chrome extension and then s…in Highlight text within web clipping archive Comment by scotto December 1, 2020
The Firefox Highlighter+Notes extension mostly works for this. Zotero snapshot will save the highlights made with this extension, and if later, you click on Zotero's snapshot, Firefox will read the saved html, and the annotations will reappear. Yo…in Best tool for highlighting webpages Comment by scotto November 30, 2020
Agreed about back/forward buttons. This would be a great improvement.
I agree. back/forward buttons would be a big improvement.