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Allen Zheng

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  1. How do you want to use it as Chrome extension? Can you tell me more? Thanks.
  2. Hi Hugo, Sorry to reply you so late. I want to know more details: are you using the enterprise type Evernote account? When others edit your shared note, can you see that note is listed at top(sorted by updated date) in your account? Allen
  3. MapClipper is nominated for the best travel apps of 2014, please give your vote to it if you like it. Thanks.
  4. Sorry, the server was down for some reasons, just restart it and it is OK now! Thanks for using MapClipper Allen
  5. MapClipper is published into Evernote App Center now: http://appcenter.evernote.com/app/mapclipper/web-apps
  6. It is not so easy to implement the feature you mentioned, but I will think about that.
  7. Some improvements: 1. Show the default map based on your location. 2. Set the note location based on the lat/lng of the clipped map center. I also fixed one bug when clipping a map into an existing note. Thanks.
  8. Thanks TWade, I tested it on my Android phone and found the issue you mentioned. I will do some improvements to make MapClipper support mobile browser.
  9. Hi Iceman, if you approved MapClipper on Evernote, it should redirect you back to mapclipper.com in browser and then you can save one map image into your note without authorization. But if you use another browser, it will require you to authorize MapClipper again. As far as I know you can not launch any third-party Apps within Evernote. Evernote provides the App center page to launch each approved web app. MapClipper is not approved yet as I just sent the application several days ago. By the way I will add the app icon for MapClipper later. Thanks.
  10. Hi capken This is very useful! Just discovered it a moment ago. It will help me to do photography location scouting ;-) It would be cool to add the GPS coordinates as the note's location, too, in order to view the note in the Evernote Atlas, as well. Thanks André Thanks André. I clip several map images into one note sometimes, so for this case I do not know which lat/lng of those map images I should use to set note's location. How about setting note's location with the last lat/lng of the clipped map image? Hi capken Well, I don't know how you can clip multiple locations at once and how to get the coordinates for a location. How would you do that? Anyway, I think that it would be very handy to add the location automatically. In case you have more than one, use at least the first one, I would say. Hi André, I can only clip one location image into one note each time, but if you choose an existing note for saving, that map image will be append to the end of that note. Google Maps provide some APIs to get the lat/lng of the clipped map center and location(marker in Google Maps). I will think about setting the notes lat/lng with location in the first map image. Thanks.
  11. Hi capken This is very useful! Just discovered it a moment ago. It will help me to do photography location scouting ;-) It would be cool to add the GPS coordinates as the note's location, too, in order to view the note in the Evernote Atlas, as well. Thanks André Thanks André. I clip several map images into one note sometimes, so for this case I do not know which lat/lng of those map images I should use to set note's location. How about setting note's location with the last lat/lng of the clipped map image?
  12. Hi Hedles, now you could try MapClipper, it's a web tool for clipping Google Maps into Evernote. You could get more details from this post.
  13. thanks a lot, Roord. I only tested MapClipper in Chrome, Firefox and Safari browsers. Do you mean you want to save the map into one new note directly with just clicking one button like Amazon 1-Click?
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