Jump to content

Justin Gordon

Level 1
  • Content Count

    8
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

0 Neutral

About Justin Gordon

Profile Information

  • Subscription
    PREMIUM
  1. I'd like to use ScanSnap Cloud with the IX500 to have OCR'd PDFs in Evernote. Possible? I noticed that ScanSnap Cloud will save PDFs to Evernote, but the PDF contains images, not text. but the saved PDFs are not OCR’d but the saved PDFs are searchable by Evernote I spent some time poking around to see if the PDFs could be OCR’d but that doesn’t seem possible. OCR’d is nice as you can copy/paste from the PDFs. Anybody else hit this issue? At first, I thought this was a big issue if Evernote was not making the documents searchable, but apparently it is.
  2. I get this message. I'm also using Ad Block Plus. The pages seem to save correctly. The warning is annoying. I'm using Chrome on Mac OS, all the latest.
  3. @mmcpeak, I've been happy with snagit so far (mostly better for a power user, but not a novice), but that being said, I'll just have to clean up my images manually in SnagIt. I ran into issues after collecting MANY screen captures over several years.
  4. rafasinger, I switched to SnagIt for now. Many things are better. Some things not so much. The main thing is performance. Unfortunately, there's no easy way to clean up many saved skitches in evernote. If you delete from skitch, they will get deleted from evernote.
  5. Here's the situation: I have almost 8000 "skitches" I uninstalled and reinstalled skitch (per support advice), and then skitch seems to be sync'ing up 8000 skitches The performance of skitch is almost unbearably slow when drawing arrows or writing a text annotation Performance is often 50% or more of CPU I'm on a 2015 brand new fastest, most powerful macbook available I have 3 displays: 4K at almost max scaling, 27" thunderbolt cinema at default, and retina 15" at max resolution on the laptop. What can we do to improve the performance of skitch? It seems unreasonable that just moving a text
×
×
  • Create New...