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  1. 8 points
    Hi All, If you’ve updated your web browser to Safari 13 The recent Safari update removed Evernote’s Web Clipper from your list of extensions. To fix this, please install the latest version of Web Clipper today. This update restores Web Clipper to Safari 13, and is also backward-compatible with most previous versions of Safari. The update includes primary features such as saving screenshots, adding bookmarks, and clipping web pages. But in order to get a Safari 13-compatible version of Web Clipper to you as soon as possible, we’ve had to prioritize features, which means a few features aren’t yet ready. Below is a summary of upcoming releases to get you back to a fully-featured version of Web Clipper as soon as possible. Release 1 (current release, available Oct. 14) The following features are included in this release: Support for all primary clip formats: Article Simplified Article Full page Screenshot Bookmark YouTube (custom clip) Amazon (custom clip) Annotating clipped content Switching between dark mode and light mode Release 2: In addition to the features listed above, this release will also include: Clipping PDFs viewed in a browser Smart filing and tagging Using Web Clipper in the contextual menu (aka “right-click menu”) Logging out of Web Clipper Switching between multiple accounts Release 3: This release is planned to go live before the end of October. This will be our full-featured Safari Web Clipper extension release and it will restore all functionality, including popular features such as: Web Clipper keyboard shortcuts “Custom clips” (specialized clipping on sites such as LinkedIn, Twitter, Yahoo, and more). You’ll be notified automatically (through the Mac App Store) as updates to the Safari Web Clipper extension are available. If you have NOT installed Safari 13 You can keep using Web Clipper in its present form and wait for the full-featured Web Clipper extension update. However, if you choose to update your extension now, you will ensure compatibility with macOS Catalina and past/future versions of Safari. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused you, and appreciate your patience.
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    hi it would be quite nice to support right to left writing direction for languages such as Hebrew, Arabic and Persian. it is really hard to write and read when writing in left to right in those languages. thanks.
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    Hi. You can check on Evernote's security here - https://evernote.com/security and message them direct if you have any special concerns. I'd imagine (but I'm not an employee, so I do not know) that web regulations require Evernote to inform you of everything that might be captured by Clipper if you select -forinstance- a web purchase receipt showing your credit card details. No reputable software would delve into your credit card (or any other) details buried in system files or browsing history. Evernote just needs to 'see' the page(s) it copies to your notes.
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    I'm assuming that you mean the email regarding the Safari Clipper update. If so, that has nothing to do with iOS. The Safari Clipper is just for the Safari web browser in the macOS platform. Clipping from iOS devices is done via the share sheet that is build into the operating system. Here's the Help article on clipper from mobile devices such as iOS and Android. https://help.evernote.com/hc/en-us/articles/208313678-How-to-clip-web-pages-and-content-from-Android-and-iOS-devices
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    Formatting isn't a big deal for me for notes, but I've not noticed problems like this Editing seems quite straightforard Is this your own content, or copied content from elsewhere? Evernote's base format is enml/html. We can look at the underlying html code and see the formatting elements
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    Hi. I don't think so. The in-app links are to UIDs that refer specifically to a location in the Evernote application. I assume that the PDF editor simply doesn't know how to interpret them. Even if restored to an Evernote database that PDF file will not link to another note/ PDF. The PDF editor will know how to process vanilla http:// links - AFAIK you'd have to open a link in Evernote, copy the address of a note, then paste that into the PDF to allow it to link like a standard web page.
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    Hi. We're a (mainly) user-supported Forum, so -mostly- not the Evernote team. Staffers do read these posts, but there are thousands of posts and AFAIK only a dozen or so likely readers, so it's unknown when or if any Evernote team will receive your comment. If you'd like some direct feedback, the best way is to connect here - https://help.evernote.com/hc/requests/new In any event it's unlikely the company will feel the need to justify its business decisions years after the fact, but given that mapping works differently on the various different operating systems supported by Evernote, I'd say that they decided that maintaining Atlas was far more expensive and labour intensive than was justified by its usage.
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    Cheers for that. I've never looked into this before, as never had need to print my notes, but your advice worked perfect, and I noticed the page setup margin adjustments made, also applied to PDF's, when using the 'Print to PDF' function, nice.
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    I have a note created on Evernote for Windows, to which I made a trivial edit on Android and immediately the note failed to sync and went read-only so I couldn't even edit and try again. In the process of creating a support case for Evernote, I enabled single-note error log uploads and created a log for this note. Within that single-note log I found this gem of an error message: Event - Note[isLinked=false,contentClass=0] @ 285 15:40:18 Event - NOTE UPLOAD:: server error = BAD_DATA_FORMAT, NoteAttributes.contentClass note updated = 1570919544806 isLinked = false @ 285 15:40:18 Event - Note[isLinked=false,contentClass=0] @ 285 15:37:18 Event - NOTE UPLOAD:: server error = BAD_DATA_FORMAT, NoteAttributes.contentClass note updated = 1570919544806 isLinked = false @ 285 15:37:18 The log also included a copy of the "enml" file, which is the Evernote internal XML. I checked that file for any odd tags and found nothing, however I did notice that the note contained a copy of Unicode non-breaking spaces instead of the usual spaces. Those were probably left over from a copy/paste at some point. It wouldn't surprise me if Microsoft Word were somehow involved, since it seems to really enjoy destroying perfectly good text. In any case, I made a copy of the note, replaced those non-breaking spaces with normal spaces, and was able to make the same edit on Android and successfully sync the note. So if you see that error, perhaps check your note for any odd Unicode characters-- it may save you some time and effort.
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    Dear Evernote As a premium customer I am increasingly frustrated by the very slow rate of much needed software revisions. The browser app is particularly bad but overall the editing tools across the platform are woeful (improvements to these I think are much requested). I have watched the videos on your website which are full of promises but there's (a) no obvious action hitting customers and (b) no regular updates as to what is happening and when. There are now new alternatives available and Evernote should fbe bothered about that. I am content to stay for now but increasingly fed up waiting for software improvements that seem to have been in the pipeline for years not just months. I am now investing time in learning how to use Notion - it too has many flaws but it also has some features that Evernote might look at. On balance Notion is not yet ready enough to make me switch. However, although I would rather not discard my investment of effort and time in using Evernote this may change. At the very least Evernote might look for ways to improve its comms with customers and to keep refreshing its info on its website, while notifying us of new items (I for one would opt in to email updates). You can't rely on the same website promises for more than a few weeks or months. At least give us the feeling that something is developing/changing. My request to Evernote is (a) DO SOMETHING quickly to improve your software (if I have to use that horrible browser app much longer I will almost certainly quit; and the ridiculous server lag/data refresh bottleneck on the WIndows app is driving me mad ... ); (b) do try to keep us better informed about developments and forthcoming updates - even small interim updates are a good way to keep us happy (well, me anyway) with a few small but obvious changes. Even being part of the Beta program seems to make no difference and there does not appear to be a systematic approach to gathering feedback from users (if there is one it is not very visible to me). Hopefully you have some encouraging news in your response. :-) Thanks Yours in supportive but frustrated spirit ...
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    A shout out for the Windows web clipper: I find it's a pretty good tool; I have several topic notebooks and plenty of tags and the clipper seems to have a good try and identifying a notebook and even a suitable tag. Quite often it is very helpful.
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    Thank you, you were both right, I was logging in with the wrong user id, it's all sorted now, phew!
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    Hi Everyone - Following up on on my post from Thursday night... We snuck in another build/review cycle over the weekend when our QA team, who have been continuing to validate our candidate releases over the past days, found a bug that merited our holding the release. As of this moment, Apple has approved that most recent build and we have released it to the App Store. As you may know, it takes a while for builds released to the App Store to propagate through to global availability, so we anticipate that it will be visible to all of you by Tuesday morning, likely at this URL: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/evernote-web-clipper/id1481669779?ls=1&mt=12 If you are a Safari web clipper user, our marketing and customer support teams will attempt to reach you directly to inform you of the release. And there will be follow up communications tomorrow detailing the complete list of the features in (and not yet in) this first, reduced-functionality release of our Safari 13-compatible Web Clipper. I apologize again for our taking this long to get to this first release. We will be continuing to push on our end, working to fill in the remaining gaps and fix any bugs we discover until we once again have a full implementation of the Web Clipper in Safari. More info on those subsequent releases to follow in this channel when we have something useful to say. ian
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    Hi Everyone - Following up on on my post from Tuesday... As you may have guessed by now, our first submission to the App Store was bounced back to us by Apple, as they identified a number of (non-bug) issues they wanted us to fix before they would approve it. We have fixed those issues, and have submitted an updated build for their review as of a few hours ago. This set of posts from me has been pretty extreme in terms of transparency with where we are in the process, but I think in the circumstances this is the right way for us to communicate with you. As before, I have to point out that the review process for App Store submissions is a bit of a black box, both in terms of how long it takes and whether a submission will get through successfully, but we are hopeful that this build will meet with Apple's approval. Finally, we will post again once this first version of the Safari 13-compatible Web Clipper is available in the App Store, including a complete list of the features in (and not yet in) this release. And we will follow up with additional posts as we proceed forward into the subsequent releases that fill in the gaps and fix any bugs we discover until we once again have a full implementation of the Web Clipper in Safari. ian
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    Feature Request: Add Outlining Capabilities to Evernote Evernote is great, but it's dying for the ability to create Notes that contain Outlines which are easily collapsed and expanded during creation and in use. One way to implement it would be a switchable editing mode, between standard formatting or outline mode. In outline mode, pressing the Enter key creates a new outline item, and pressing the Tab key changes the current item into a sub-item. Clicking on an item's action icon causes its sub-items to collapse out of, or expand into view. That's the way the Ecco Pro PIM did it, and something simple like that would be a good start for Evernote. The name Evernote implies a product that takes notes -and collapsible/expandable outlines are a huge part of note taking.
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    Bottom line: Evernote needs to restore the functionality to their new web app. That's my point.
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    Hi All, You may have noticed that all threads requesting RTL (right-to-left) support have been merged into this thread, regardless of platform specificity. This was done in order to better enable us to quantify and qualify user requests, and amplify their voice. While this does not mean this is a feature that will be coming, we certainly want to relay user feedback/sentiment to our various teams. Moving forward, please put all commentary and votes for RTL (right-to-left) support here!
  19. 1 point
    hi, many years i am using evernote and more than 90% of my notes are in persian that is a right-to-left language. i currently use right alignment but it is not working as excpectedly. all signs like ,.)(!? and others moves to left side of line and letters are in right direction. also the text cursor always stays on begining of line in right side and does not follow the position of currently typing letter. look at the text below. it is an example of writing with a rtl language in evernote. all the signs in end of line (like . ! : ) placed in right side but should be in left as the end of rtl sentence. سلام. این یک متن فارسی نمونه‌است! این هم یک نمونه‌ی دیگر از علامت پرانتز: به جهان خرم از آنم که جهان خرم از اوست(سعدی) as it is a very basic requirement for milions of people in the world writing in a rtl languages(like arabic, persian, hebrew), please fix it and add support for rtl languages.
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