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  1. Very, very slow for me... Maybe one or two minutes or more... Sometimes get "Page not responsive..." popups. Using Chrome and have Premium Evernote acct. Browser pages load quickly..
  2. Your reply to my comment: "Yes, I'm having the same issue on intermittent web pages, for about the last week. I get the..." Dear Ruben, Thanks for your prompt reply. I didn't notice it till a few days ago, and then my A/C broke... Yes, they all have the same high speed internet connection, but I don't think that was the problem -- the browsers load most pages without delay or error. I followed a previous poster's suggestion to stop using the "`" keyboard shortcut, and use the rt-click context menu instead, and that seems to solve the problem. Sometimes using the context
  3. Evernote Web Clipper error message: "the clipper couldn't start on this page....". I’m getting the same warning and slowdown on a Chromebook and on my Win 7 64-bit desktop. On my desktop, I’m running the Chrome browser Version 51.0.2704.106 m , Evernote Web Clipper Version 6.9 (e979351/1.1.0.926). Cookies and JavaScript are allowed. This has been happening for two or three weeks now, on almost all web pages. The pages are being added to Evernote, but waiting (sometimes the page then won't scroll for a while)... and then closing the error message is becoming quite tiresome. He
  4. Yes, I'm having the same issue on intermittent Chrome web pages, for about a week, on various devices. I get the 'The clipper couldn't start on this page...Reload…’ error. Sometimes it still works to do the clipping anyway, sometimes the error msg comes after the clipping has started or completed. Usually, everything starts slowing down in Chrome afterwards (but then eventually recovers), and recently, my page froze completely (couldn’t scroll), so I had to restart Chrome via another window I already had open on my Chromebook. Sometimes I think if I wait 5 or 10 min, it would complete the
  5. I agree. Very little functionality in the way highlighting is implemented. I have Chrome on Win 7 desktop. Shift to produce straight line would be great, but when highlight color masks out the text overly much, then what good is it. Skitch is worse in this regard than Evernote Web Clipper, but neither of them have the required functionality. This would be a very hand feature of Skitch and Evernote if it worked! I notice than green and red work a little better in the Web Clipper than yellow. Also, the page that gets captured by the initial screen shot looks blurry or slightly pixilated,
  6. I have Chrome 45.0.2454.93 now, and the problem seems to be fixed. Thanks everyone for their input. Evernote is great!
  7. I've been having strobing issues with Evernote Web Clipper 6.6 (c6a3ad5/1.1.0.926) on the Chrome Browser Version 45.0.2454.85 m, using Windows 7 Professional, 64-bit, Service Pack 1. It happens intermittently, strobing and sometimes clipping ok, and sometimes switching to another tab and clipping that. Just started a week or two ago. It is happening on my desktop, and perhaps also on a Chromebook and a Nexus 7 -- I haven't really kept detailed records. I will add more to this post if I get more data on this issue. Note: part, but not all, of my problem may have been due to an AutoHotkey
  8. I find that I cannot use Evernote Web Clipper to save reader comments powered by Disqus. Here are two sample sites demonstrating this problem: http://news.sciencemag.org/health/2014/03/scientists-fix-errors-controversial-paper-about-saturated-fats http://www.npr.org/blogs/thesalt/2014/03/28/295332576/why-we-got-fatter-during-the-fat-free-food-boom There is just a blank area where the reader comments would be. Clearly does the same thing. Selecting All in the Evernote Web Clipper and clipping the selection does not work either. This problem is discussed for Zotero, a program simila
  9. I tried the EverClip method and it seems to work well for creating a clickable link in Evernote, even though it takes an extra click. It took me a while to figure out how to use it. It works similar to the Evernote Web Clipper extension on Chrome. So far, 'OK Google' is still working for me (see comments on Everclip app page). I am using a Galaxy S3 Android 4.3. I also wrote an AutoHotkey macro to use in Evernote itself (on my desktop), creating a clickable link from the text of the URL, and then going to that link. It is strange that Evernote doesn't include this feature, since it is
  10. I also have EN (Evernote) running on ar Dell Laptop (Inspiron N7010), and EN started spiking every half minute or so from 0 to 25% CPU. I could hear the hard disk drive revving up each time it happened, it seemed -- actually I wasn't looking at both at the same time, but both activities were initiating at about the same frequency. While this was going on, I was trying to save some screenshots on EN, but after they appeared in the Notes window, they would half the time disappear, being lost before they were saved by EN. I also noticed that if I didn't rename them from 'Screenshot', the newes
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