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  1. The Web Clipper extension was totally broken until the latest (7.1.0) version. Now it works across most pages, but it no longer can clip an email in Gmail. Clicking the menubar icon does nothing. Please restore this functionality, which I use all the time.
  2. I understand why Clearly was dropped, as it duplicated much of what the Clipper does. However, I really miss the ability to PRINT the Simplified version directly from the pop-up dialog/confirmation. Now I have to save the clip, go to Evernote (either local or web version) and print the new note. Often I don't even want to create a new note; I just want a printout. This applies to email clips and Selected clips as well.
  3. Got it. I was looking at the Evernote icon at the top of the screen (which functions at the OS level) instead of the smaller one in the Firefox window. My password had expired and I had to log in again. Thanks.
  4. Until recently, I had a range of Clipper choices in my right-click (Cmd-click) context menu: Clip Selection, Clip Page, etc. Now they've all vanished. Only Clearly is left, and when I choose that after selecting a range of text on the page, the entire page is still converted to Clearly view, and then I have to click again in Clearly to save the page. The only way I can clip a selection now is to copy it to the Clipboard, then paste it into the top-menu "Elephant" drop down box, where I usually lose formatting like paragraph separations. Any way to get the original functionality back?
  5. Love Evernote (EN 5.04 Mac) and clip a couple of dozen web pieces every day. Typically I use Clearly to clean up the content, select what I want, Copy to clipboard, and Paste to Evernote. Almost always, these clips have an article title at the top, but the clip is always named "Untitled Clipped Note". So I have to take the two additional steps of copying the article name and pasting/replacing the default name. If Evernote can guess which notebook an article probably belongs to, couldn't it easily see a headline or title in the clip and and insert that in the Title field by default? That would save me time during every clip, and even if it made an occasional mistake, correcting it would take no more time than I spend on *every* clip. I can't imagine that many users prefer "Untitled Clipped Note" to a reasonable, content-savvy guess!
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