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  1. Running Chromium 61.0.3163.100 on 64 bit Ubuntu, I see same as Veselin above. Seems to work on new web version, but as we've established in other threads, the old is better. Firefox seems to work.
  2. Version 61.0.3163.79 running on 64 bit Linux, and I have the problem. Seems to be triggered by the scrolling. After loading the page, I can switch between notebooks and all is fine, but if I scroll any of them a significant amount most/all of the notebook entries disappear from that center column list. if I just scroll a little it's not an issue. E.g., start with "1-10 of xxx" and scroll so it says something like "5-14 of xxx" will trigger the problem. If I just scroll to something like, e.g., 2-12 there is usually no problem. However, if I click on a tag on the left, the center li
  3. I'm another long-time user, and primarily use web interface, as I run Linux and a Chromebook (some also on a corporate Windows box, where I'm not supposed to install software). Old version is much more functional (won't rehash all the areas...) but I am now afraid to do another trial on the new version to avoid risk that the option to switch back will disappear.
  4. Erico, I go back and forth. In fact, I'm posting this from Chrome (a Chromebook, actually). Chrome does do well for some things, but then I go back to Firefox for certain extensions. Firefox also seems to be better for privacy reasons.
  5. OK, another piece of information. The link below gives me the same error I mentioned previously, using the same Firefox & OS versions. http://www.digitalphotomentor.com/the-difference-between-reflective-and-incident-metering-and-how-they-work/ I'm not an HTML/web programming expert, but I can see that both sites seem to be Wordpress based. Maybe a dev will be able to find the specific, common link between them. HTH
  6. Actually, I think it's great that it's in the code. It gives them a readily accessible list of sites known to be problematic, so when a new clipper version is ready for release, they can quickly check those sites to make sure the difficult sites are still handled properly. With multiple developers, one could miss a particular site if they were using bookmarks. Remember, these are pre-release versions (at this point still alpha according to firefox), which means they are known not to be ready for prime time.
  7. Thanks for that info. I'll have to try to get the 33 beta, and also try clipping locally. No worries. I actually got a good chuckle from it, and at least know you're working on the problem! Thanks again.
  8. Mike, That page is one I linked to a few posts up, because it causes problems with my Firefox (Portable) 32.0. (The previous alpha version opened the evernote blog.) I dug into the code, and found a block of links labeled "use cases". Obviously, the developers are using them to test functionality. The line with my link in it is uncommented in the latest Sep 10 version. It is kind of annoying, but it's the price of trying a pre-release version. I'm sure that will be fixed in the final release. While it's open, can you try to clip it in Article mode? The Sep 10 version has problems wi
  9. Well, just tried alpha 20, and I still have the problem clipping the previously linked wordpress page, using Portable Firefox 32.0 as before. I expect you already know that, though. It's obvious you've been working on it, as now instead of the Evernote blog opening with Firefox, the problem page opens. Hope others don't mind a dose of scientific Python programming! (firenote-Sept-10\resources\firenote\lib\ui.js line 129 was left uncommented by devs, prompting the tab to open.)
  10. A couple more data points * that article clips just fine with Firefox ESR Portable, v. 31.1.0. * A fresh unzip of Firefox Portable 32.0 gives the same error reported above, so I haven't corrupted it with something in my history.
  11. Well now that's interesting. First the straightforward answers. OS: 32 bit Win7 Pro Clip type: Article (accepted the default selection, and clicked "save" Firefox version: Here's where it's interesting. I noticed the problem on Firefox Portable 32.0 (from portableapps.com). I disabled all my other extensions and tested, and still have the problem. Went to full installed Firefox, which was at 30.0, and the article clipped just fine. Let it update Firefox to 31.0, and it also clips fine. Firefox won't update past this version for some reason. I'm wondering if the full install version is
  12. All in all, I'm liking alpha 16 from Aug 20. Has lots of potential! Don't know if it's a bug, or an odd website, but here is a wordpress.com page that won't clip with this version. It does clip in Chrome. http://helentronica.wordpress.com/2014/09/04/quantum-mechanics-with-the-python/ I get the following error popup. Well, I tried to paste image here, but forum won't let me. Message says "Error: Error: Cannot read length of binary data" (Yes, the word error is repeated, and there is no end punctuation. At the very least, the double "Error:" suggests something unexpected is happening.
  13. There is a way to use the bookmarklet. It's mentioned on lifehacker (http://lifehacker.com/5987539/use-bookmarklets-to-easily-sent-web-pages-to-pocket-evernote-readability-and-more-in-mobile-chrome) and even in the EN knowledge base for iOS (http://evernote.com/contact/support/kb/#!/article/23193638). I generally don't sync chrome bookmarks (as Lifehacker assumed), so I had to set it up similar to the iOS instructions. In Chrome for Android, you essentially bookmark any site (to create the bookmark), then edit the details. Give it a name like "clip to evernote" and paste the javascript co
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