[annotator-dev] A plugin for not using annotation through default comment popup but through context menu

Randall Leeds tilgovi at hypothes.is
Wed Mar 18 18:33:22 UTC 2015


We are experimenting with the architecture of Annotator to make the UI more
customizable or entirely optional in the master branch.

The released versions of Annotator (1.2.10 is the most recent) do not
provide an easy way to change this. It is possible, though, by patching the
core methods or events of Annotator, by changing methods on
Annotator.prototype or changing the default event wiring in
Annotator.prototype.events.

On Wed, Mar 18, 2015 at 5:24 AM, Apurva Jalit <apurva.jalit at gmail.com>
wrote:

> Hello,
> In my chrome extension, I am using annotatorjs to give user annotation
> functionality to almost all the pages that the user opens on his web
> browser. Because of it, every time the user selects particular text on the
> page the annotatorjs's small popup bar to add annotation comes up. Instead
> of that can I not use the popup bar and instead give user a context menu to
> highlight or add comment to the selected text or may be a  keyboard
> shortcut to do that?
>
> Thanks,
> Apurva Jalit
>
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