Posted 01 October 2012 - 08:20 AM
I just renewed my Firefox and installed the Evernote webclip. I suppose them to be the latest version.
Why I just got the web address when I cliped the full page of a opened a page of pdf web version in the google scholar?
Can Evernote get the full article of pdf version? Please help me?
Posted 01 October 2012 - 11:54 AM
The web clipper will copy the web page that you are seeing in the browser, but will not include things linked from that page like PDF files opened in the browser, or Flash videos running in their own window.
Use the clipper to copy the page before you open the PDF link, otherwise use "Save File As" on the web page link to copy the PDF file to your desktop.
You can then attach the file to your web-page note, or make a new note with that file.
It's also possible to download online files via mobile browsers to include them in your notes.
Hope that helps.
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