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  1. Still getting this spam 2 years later. Just updated two of my PCs with a fresh install of Windows 10 and they insist on shoving it in your face for every type of website/document it supports - Amazon, YouTube, PDFs, other websites - and across every single device you have it installed on too. Why do I need to be told what it can do when I've been using it for 5 ***** years!? No reason for it to be there other to annoy users. PISS OFF WITH IT.
  2. The extensions I have installed in Chrome are: uBlock Origin Session Buddy Gmelius Magic Actions for YouTube New Tab Reloaded MouseWheel Zoom PasswordMaker Pro Pushbullet Reddit Enhancement Suite Scroblr The Camelizer Don't think there's anything in there that clears the cache or cookies? I seem to recall getting the popup the first time I used the clipper, then getting it again when browsing to Amazon and Gmail for the first time after installing it.
  3. Disabling keyboard shortcuts didn't stop the popups so I've uninstalled the plugin - annoying as I use it every day but I won't tolerate spam like this (intentional or otherwise) on any of my computers. Of course, if Chrome didn't ban users from installing from non-Play Store sources, we could roll back to a .crx file of an older version but that's another matter altogether. It's infuriating for users who know what they're doing with a computer to have to tolerate these popups or go without completely.
  4. I have Web Clipper installed on Chrome on multiple machines and I'm getting this popup on each of them too. Infuriating. Been using the extension for 2 years or so and don't need to be told how useful it is. You have no right to be spamming user's browsers with junk like this. Will try disabling keyboard shortcuts but if I see the popup once more, I'll be uninstalling Web Clipper and looking for alternatives to EN.
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