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  1. I have been using Evernote through Wine on Linux Mint 15 (XFCE) both 32 and 64 bit versions. It runs pretty well. But I would +1 for a native client. Not really expecting anything but its on my wish list.
  2. If you do ever need to save a full page, and it will actually fit on your screen, you can use the Screen capture feature of EN. On the Window's platform the default is WINkey + PrtScn. then just click on the the top of the browser window. But if you just need the content, you can use Clearly. It does a great job of getting the meat of the webpage and removing the adds and other garbage from around the main content. Good luck
  3. I agree this would be a great feature, maybe somone out there could come up with a barcoding app that would export the barcode, and possibly any information, docuemnts, pics etc, about what the barcode is, like a book title, or picture of the Item to purchase. Either way it would be a very nice feature. I could see many uses for either an app like that, or something integrated directly into EN. Just my .02 worth.
  4. If you are having trouble getting the 3rd party apps to work, or if like me you are using older hardware that does not have enough horsepower to run WINE smoothly, one option that you might consider is Evernote does have a web interface. You could access Evernote though the web browser in Linux. I use Firefox on my Linux box, it works great. Good Luck,
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