If you own a Google Picasa account you should be familiar with the annoying “Click to Name“ pop-up box appearing every time you want to view a recently uploaded picture of photo. Such a feature appears on those photos containing faces and lets you tag such faces in order to identify you friends, users, people you met etc. in a better way. If you don’t like this feature, I have recently found a nice addon which will let you remove and turn off the “Click to Name” box in a couple of steps!
Pabla extension for Google Chrome is a nice, free addon which lets you get rid and remove the annoying “Click toe Name” pop-up box from your Google Picasa account and from your life in order to enjoy a smoother way to browse all those pictures of yours containing people and faces.
Reading from Pabla extension for Picasa Web Album webpage: “Pabla is a slim, lightweight extension that prevents the annoying “Click to name” popups from appearing over your photos when browsing in Picasa Web Albums™. Just install the extension, then browse your photos free from ugly, disruptive popups. Simple.”
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