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FrankG19

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  1. Try this: Uninstall the Evernote Web Clipper in Safari by navigating to Safari > Preferences > Extensions > Evernote Web Clipper and choose Uninstall. From the menubar, choose Safari > Clear History and choose All History then Clear History. On your keyboard, press ⌘ command + ⌥ option + escsimultaneously, then select Safari and choose Force Quit. Restart your Mac. Open Safari and install the Evernote Web Clipper extension from https://safari-extensions.apple.com/
  2. Here is a solution that worked for me: Uninstall the Evernote Web Clipper in Safari by navigating to Safari > Preferences > Extensions > Evernote Web Clipper and choose Uninstall. From the menubar, choose Safari > Clear History and choose All History then Clear History. On your keyboard, press ⌘ command + ⌥ option + escsimultaneously, then select Safari and choose Force Quit. Restart your Mac. Open Safari and install the Evernote Web Clipper extension from https://safari-extensions.apple.com/
  3. Since upgrading to Evernote 6.0.2 (Yosemite), I am no longer able to right click on an attachment and choose to view it inline. Anyone else having this problem?
  4. Perhaps related to that when writing a note the focus is lost after a couple of seconds and I have to explicitly click into the text area again to make it return. Luckily I can get the focus back without restarting Evernote but it still makes the app basically useless for note-talking. Running 5.6.2 Beta (450889 Direct) on OSX Yosemite. Same problem here. If I continue to type, the cursor remains in place. However, as soon as there is a pause in the typing, the screen flickers and the curson disappears. Frustrating.
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