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It should be enabled by default. I have found the one thing that will supress it is if you are using the old standard cq:actions on your cq:editConfig node. So in CQ 5.4 the default options are usually something like edit,copymove,delete,insert. In If you want annotations to be turned on your have make sure you use editannotate instead of just edit. You can see what all the valid options are at: http://dev.day.com/docs/en/cq/current/javadoc/com/day/cq/wcm/api/components/EditAction.htm l.
Thank you, that was helpful. I was indeed using the old cq:actions that hindered the annotation from appearing
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