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  1. Kathy, this is a normal behavior for the Chrome extensions. The extension needs access to your browser window to be able to retrieve the information it needs. As for PDF clipping, I now recommend using the standard Evernote Clipper. The latest version allows to clip PDFs just like my extension, so you don't really need both.
  2. Known issue with current app: you cannot clip files like mail attached PDFs that reside on private URLs. I hope to fix that by transferring the file content directly to the app backend.
  3. Whitepe, Try to look for the upper edge of the PDF, it should show the page selection dropdown. The extension treats PDF like a binary blob without discerning any pages. Please report if the problem persists.
  4. Yes, It should work that way. Does it redirect you to the permissions page in Evernote? What kind of machine do you use? Is Chrome version up-to-date? Any popup windows blocked? I will post a .CRX file soon so that you can bypass the Chrome store part.
  5. Direct PDF clipping is sort of non-trivial from software POV. I made a Chrome extension that takes care of this. At least while the Google server it uses is not overloaded. http://discussion.ev...df-to-evernote/
  6. As jbignert pointed out, direct clipping is sort of non-trivial from software POV. I made a Chrome extension that takes care of this. At least while the Google server it uses is not overloaded.
  7. Hi, I made and published this Chrome Extension that clips PDFs from the browser to your Evernote account. This is a beta version so please report any errors. https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/clip-pdf-to-evernote/eimkfmeckpmboaokmmgablhanbmpnmjf
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