asiajason 2 Posted December 2, 2010 Share Posted December 2, 2010 When I use the clipper from chrome or any browser, I get the usual fields: title, tags, etc, as well as a "text" field where I can throw my own text in and it shows up in the top, above any html formatting in the final note. Separating the text I put in, from the HTML page I clipped, is a "horizontal rule". Nice enough.However, If I have a note (say a clipped html page) that doesn't have any text I entered, and I want to later add some, I can't seem to get the page to behave nicely to allow me to do that. If I place the cursor as far up top as I can, and start typing, I'm usually in the "header" font and formatting of whatever web site I clipped. And usually, it doesn't even push the page down as I type - it just overlays my text over the existing clipped text. I'm sure it has to do with formating on the original page being captured. So my only solution currently, is to go back to whatever page I want to clip, use the online clipper, and add my text/notes in the "text" field, then go back to my notes library (local or online) and delete the "older" note (that doesn't have my desired personal note/text.How can I insert text *at the top* of an existing note, without picking up the formatting of the page? Link to comment
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