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How to eliminate "Welcome to Evernote Web Clipper" tab in Firefox always loading

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Every time Firefox is launched a tab opens up with a  "Welcome to Evernote Web Clipper" page notification. Is there any way of eliminate this annoyance? TIA

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Thanks, but unfortunately that suggestion doesn't work for me. Firefox v88.0.1 + Evernote Web Clipper v7.13.8 Restarting Firefox after having installed the new version the same Evernote nag opened up in a new tab. See no option anywhere to stop this. Have Opera, Brave and Chrome with no problems with Evernote. Only Firefox has this issue. ¿?

Always select the Allow option, natch.

Firefox Evernote clipper nag.jpg

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Yep. Seems to be the case. Ran through the extensions on Firefox to see if one of them was blocking the permission. Didn't find any conflicts. The URL displayed is


Don't know if there something that could be added to about:config in Firefox. Not changing anything there unless I know what I am doing. I don't.

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WebClipper did have some problems when browsers were updated in the past. In this case at least on the Mac it is working with the latest release, so no general issue between Firefox and WebClipper. 

No further ideas.

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It's a cat and mouse scenario. Is the issue with WebClipper or with Firefox. Coding scenario. Using Opera and Brave more than Firefox, so will use those when I want to use WebClipper. Thanks for the feedback.

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Me too,  I got the same problem on Firefox , uninstall/install the extention didn't resolve it, niether update Firefox to version 89.

Will follow the trend if there's some update to fix it.

Have a nice day


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