New York Times turns off double click dictionary pop ups!
The New York Times website had a terrible feature that would open a new window every time you double clicked on any word in a story. The window pointed to a definition of the word you just highligthed. Apparently the Times had a pretty low opinion of its readers' intelligence. People absolutely hated this feature.
Now the terror is finally over! Take a look at the new feature:
Instead of an annoying pop-up window, you get a little question mark icon that you can easily ignore.
I constanty highlight text while I browse. This feature update makes me feel like this:
Thank you New York Times!
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