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  1. I updated FF to 46.0.1. I'm using English. I updated the Evernote addon again to see if it would happen again and it did. Here are some screenshots of the issue.
  2. One day around the end of April, the clipper signed me out and displayed % symbols around everything. It was named web_clipper instead of Evernote Web Clipper in my addons list in Firefox. I was able to sign in but couldn't change tags or clip options without the menus. I went to the clipper version history site and downloaded the 6.1 version and everything was fine. I'm using Firefox 45.0.2 on Windows 10. The % issue is said to be resolved with this update, but I never had it before now. Anyone else having this issue?
  3. It seems that there was something wrong with the 4.x version and until you fix that, you won't ever be able to update. I read some of the other workarounds but found this method to be the simplest - no 3rd party uninstaller, no messing around in the regsitry or with commands: 1. Back up your stuff - right click on Notebooks in Evernote, select Export and save the exported file. 2. Go to the Microsoft FixIt site for program install and uninstall and run the FixIt. 3. When it asks for product code, enter: {f761359c-9ced-45ae-9a51-9d6605cd55c4}, making sure don't paste any extra spaces. Click Next and it should confirm that you want to proceed with the uninstall for "Name not available". 4. Go get Evernote 5 and install normally.
  4. This worked perfectly! I found a green icon on Google Image Search that works with my FF theme, named it elephant.png, put it in that folder, and restarted FF. I'm color coordinated now, thanks!
  5. I use Toodledo to track all of my projects and sub-tasks. In Evernote, I have parent notebooks for "Home" and "Work" and then each of my projects gets its own notebook under one of those. So I don't actually use any GTD syntax in Evernote, it's all in Toodledo. For my workflow I find it easeir to treat Evernote as a quick reference (since it's easy to search). There's a new app called TaskClone that looks like it might streamline this further but I haven't tried it yet.
  6. I would like to use a black or other dark Firefox theme but when I do that the clipper and clearly icons disappear. I thought at first that they were greyed out to indicate that I wasn't logged in, but when I checked I was logged in. I found this discussion about the icon color in Chrome. Is there any way to change the icon in FF?
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