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  1. I was getting that pop-up, but after I actually used the clipper to save a PDF to Evernote, it went away. I wasn't paying close enough attention to know if it was an immediate result or not, but I'm no longer getting the pop-up.
  2. Has anyone else seen this issue? I know someone who is having this trouble on his new Macbook, and as @nargalzius said, the checkbox is no longer an option.
  3. Thanks, Chuck! I'd love my top three shortcuts to appear in the widget.
  4. I believe if you go to Evernote Settings>>General you can turn off showing notes, and your quick actions will be visible again.
  5. Just reporting that I'm experiencing issues with the iMessage app as well. It is installed and enabled, but nothing happens when it is clicked. I've tried deleting it and restarting my phone, but the issue remains. I use an iPhone 6.
  6. Is anyone else experiencing Google map links to be broken after the most recent update? I'm asking on behalf of someone else who has experienced it.
  7. Were you able to resolve your issue with the screen capture? If so, what was the fix? Thanks!
  8. Does this mean that the functionality is no longer available in Outlook 2007? (Sorry if that's a silly question.)
  9. Here's a comparison of clipper results I did to support another user. The source page is: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-07-21/australian-agricultural-trade-performance/7647784 1) Examples straight from Web Clippers Safari/Article (Jumbled on public link, but clean in Evernote desktop client): (web) https://www.evernote.com/l/ACYir7-_Na5E2ohGoR6Jq_rQpbeq8cwj0G8 (client) https://www.evernote.com/l/ACaMhoTVu4NIsovP3PHwY5a4R5EAUPlbUeU Unless I knew that I would be sharing a public link of the note, this is probably the method I would use most, as it looks great in the desktop client and leave off many of the page elements that do not have relevant content. You can see this in the screenshot I provided of how it looks in my Mac's desktop client. Safari/Simplified Article (Clear but no image): https://www.evernote.com/l/ACYxyBlrkXxBL6Zmmmbm4rf1s_-COrZcGeE If the image isn't important to me, I'd use this method. I can always click the link back to the source URL to see the page in its original format. Safari/Full Page (Clean; Web Public link requires horizontal scrolling): https://www.evernote.com/l/ACZ7bdgO8gtDDbWLqAcRrebf6map8_sum9g The horizontal scroll is a bit annoying, but not a total deal breaker for me...although I really dislike the unused page real estate on either side of the clip. Chrome/Article (Jumbled): https://www.evernote.com/l/ACac7RDHEzpBt5yJMyvssbBs4g3FLz4WRpY This is jumbled even in my desktop client, so it's totally unusable. Chrome/Simplified Article (Clear but no image): https://www.evernote.com/l/ACa5_qASTB1KprCBvsJ8NB_GiMx0i9P27UA Chrome/Full Page (Clean; Web Public link requires horizontal scrolling): https://www.evernote.com/l/ACaZOBJ-ZsFLHIgVy4j5yEfXXCxtvZJZYh0 2) Change formatting after a manual copy/paste or after content is clipped. You do have the option of selecting the content and then choosing either "Simplified Formatting" or "Make Text Plain" from the Format menu of your desktop client. Here is what those options look like: Simplified Formatting: https://www.evernote.com/l/ACaDRkRoNQdF2bxBE2f0TJT2j0VziaTA5fc I actually really like this one. It's clean in all versions and retains the image. The buttons at the top of the page are easily deleted. Make Text Plain: https://www.evernote.com/l/ACaW-hndjplCfpjVQh1RQNuczdSIzVO2Gqg
  10. Did you download from the App Store? I'm running from a direct download at https://evernote.com/download and have never seen this.
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