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The tool that immediately came to mind is Jump Knowledge but it no longer turns up in any searches so must've been discontinued. Alternatively, there's Markup.io which lets you add notes and draw on websites (not highlighting in the traditional sense though). SharedCopy is another bookmarklet annotation tool which let's you add things like sticky-notes, ...
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I don't think there is a way to turn off the highlighting and still leave the comments as shown in your example pic. However, there are a few alternatives that may work for you. First is that you can mark comments as resolved. This will remove the highlighting, but will also hide the comment. You can show the resolved comments along with all other ...
Is there any reason you are trying to reinvent the wheel? Why not use Evernote web clipper which does exactly that https://evernote.com/webclipper/
Here is a list of different brushes that you can add to the script to support several other languages, among which are batch files (bat, cmd, batch): http://www.undermyhat.org/blog/2009/09/list-of-brushes-syntaxhighligher/
This is what works for me on a Mac using Firefox. Mouse over the note indicator. When your note appears, there's a little "Edit" menu in the bottom left, shown with a pencil icon. Click it. A menu appears. (For some reason, mine's a little far away from the note.) Pick the color you want to change to. Done. (I don't have enough rep to post an image yet, ...
After trying for a while, I end up with using Diigo
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