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After opening any web page, when my mouse hovers over any link, I get a “tooltip” which indicates the address to which activating the link will lead. Hovering over photos or videos reveals descriptive information about the item. I find this distracting and annoying especially because the tooltip (which appears in the lower left corner of the web page) covers some of the information on the page.
I would like to disable this feature but after much searching have been unable to find a solution.
Is there a way to permanently eliminate these tooltips? If I do find that I need the address related to a link, I can always use the context menu to copy the address to my clipboard. An additional context menu entry to reveal the address of the link would be much more useful.