- Justin Bassett
UnHighlight v0.2 is one major step closer to being a mature extension. It features the following gargantuan set of changes: - Fixes the issue of all query strings and # ids disappearing from URLs. In other words, opening a search result in docs.python.org jumps straight to the element rather than the top. - Internal improvements. Phew, that really was a lot to get through :-). Okay, okay, that's nothing. UnHighlight is just extraordinary simple, such that changing almost every line of code in it can be a single tiny change. This release is very close to being considered for a v1.0 release. However, given its very fresh state, it is being released as v0.2 to allow for some time of using the extension before it is made v1.0.
Strips ?highlight=… from URLs, uncluttering documentation pages from highlights.
Tired of Python docs showing tons of highlights when you arrive there from a search? Or CMake’s docs? Or any Sphinx docs? This extension removes any ?highlight=… from URLs, fixing that issue.
This extension is experimental because it could be more selective in what hostnames it applies highlight removal from.