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  1. I agree with Martinonymous: "I would like to use Scannable to scan and upload many individual invoices and statements, but as it stands today you have to save each scan in Evernote individually — a tedious and time-wasting proposition." We need this workflow in scannable: scan a bunch of different single or multi-page docs at once check-select the page(s) comprising an individual doc select pdf or png name the doc save to EN or elsewhere rinse and repeat for remaining docs
  2. JB: I'm also experiencing degraded image resolution using the Clipper in Screenshot mode. Mac OS 10.11.4, Chrome (49.0.2623.112 (64-bit), EN Build 6.8 (f50be2d/
  3. I installed that build Ver and it worked fine for one session but Clipper wouldn't activate after a reboot. I've now switched over to Chrome and find that Clipper working delightfully. Will be happy to test future Safari Clipper builds.
  4. Great--can't wait for that release! Any visibility of when? We really appreciate your involvement with the EN user community, Ruben
  5. OS 10.11.3 | Safari 9.0.3 | Clipper 6.7.1 For at least the past year, I've had continuous, daily issues with the Safari Clipper desktop extension crashing. Using various un-replicable permutations of un-instail/re-install/restart Safari/cold shutdowns/etc. I could often get Clipper to work temporariy but all is lost after shutdown and, on reboot, I'm invariably faced with a dead elephant in the menu bar. Lately, I can't even get Ciipper up for a session--just an endless hang of the Evernote spinning dot, delay icon. In reviewing this forum, I see this Safari-related issue has been pervasive, longstanding and, based on lack of correction, largely ignored. The latest statement from EN in this forum was a 2/11/16 "we're aware and working on it" response. Five weeks later, NADA! One would think a basic functionality issue like this would receive the highest priority. This dead elephant is beginning to stink! Web clipper, when working, is a wonderful, time saving tool. From my perspective it accounts for 80% of my use of EN. If you share this problem, please join me by sending in a BUG report ticket as previously suggested by Forum Guru, JMichaelTX: "I recommend that everyone who experiences a bug to submit a bug report. This will make sure that Evernote is aware of the issue, provide your environment data to help identify/fix the issue, and put more pressure on Evernote to fix. Submit a BUG report via an EN Support Ticket. In the Support Form, select "Report a bug", and start the Ticket Title with "BUG: " to make it clear. Reporting a bug should be available to all users, including Free Account owners. Since Evernote now is providing official support to all users via Twitter, you might post your issue on Twitter @evernotehelps. It might also be good to include a link back to your post on the forum." Yours for a functioning Web Clipper!
  6. Welcome to the neglected customer club. Appears all the EN programmers were called to Washington to fix the Obamacare website.
  7. Ditto here with the 6.0.6 EN clipper hanging on Safari 5.1.10 running under 10.6.8 on a late 2006 MacBook. This is a disaster for user retention. How did this extension ever pass QC verification?
  8. Hi jbignert, So can we still find the old plug-in somewhere? There are a lot of folks still on Snow Leopard...for good reasons. Thanx b
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