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  1. Same here. (Not updated to High Sierra yet if that makes any difference)
  2. Although after the steps I posted above the Save to Evernote window returned, Web Clipper was still logging out on Safari restart so I uninstalled the latest version and installed the earlier version (6.10.1) of Web Clipper via Safari > Safari Extensions and everything seems to be ok now so I will wait for any further Web Clipper updates to auto install in Safari. I also have - Safari > Preferences > Privacy > Allow from websites I visit - selected.
  3. Ok, I went down the @dianeofnka route after seeing it worked for another poster in another thread. In Safari I went: Develop > Empty Caches, Safari > Clear History > “today and yesterday” Safari > Preferences > Privacy > Manage Website Data > Remove All Problem solved but I think it is the “Remove cookies and website data > Remove all” that did it so if you do that make sure you have your passwords noted because you will likely be logged out of websites you’ve asked to remember you. As previously reported it also seems to now make a difference in terms of staying logged in after Safari restart if you have Safari > Privacy > Allow from websites I visit selected
  4. @jim.g - Installing the extension via Safari > Extensions resulted in Clipper 6.10.1 being installed but I completed the procedure anyway. 6.10.1 - dot is still there and every time I click on it to login and save to Evernote I get "You must sign in using the Clip To Evernote toolbar button before you can make clips" So I went through the procedure again and this time downloaded the latest version from Evernote 6.10.3 - dot has gone but I’m back to the “Success” message for login but no “Save to Evernote” appears Plus if I restart Safari I’m logged out again -- After the above I also tried both privacy settings again and turning of other extensions. Oh well, thanks for you help, back to the drawing board…
  5. Thanks, I did try logging in to Evernote via the browser and just did so again making sure I clicked “Keep me logged in for 30 days” but no change.
  6. Still doesn’t work for me with either of those privacy settings. I’m stuck in the “login successful” loop as reported by sgda I see that dianeofnka reports clearing history and cookies clears the problem but I don’t particularly want to go down the root unless others report similar success with it. Sierra 10.12.2 Safari 10.0.2, Webclipper 6.10.3"
  7. Happens to me and I don't sign in with Google. Seems ok with Firefox but I am mainly a Safari user. OS 10.12.2 | Safari 10.0.2 | Evernote Clipper 6.10.3 LIKE THIS
  8. Good point, I'm glad somebody got to it.
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