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  1. Ok, I looked for where to submit such a suggestion but they don't make it particularly easy to find. If you have a link and could post it here I'd be most appreciative!
  2. Thanks. FWIW, this default setting (assuming that's what it is) wasn't always so. It seems to have changed about 9 or 12 months ago (can't remember), because prior to that using web clipper for "simplified article" saved them as sans-serif. I'll also send this (our) suggestion as a feature request. It's a sophisticated enough piece of software that customizing such a setting is a pretty reasonable thing to request.
  3. Thank you, Stephen. That would definitely explain the issue I'm experiencing. I usually use "Simplified Article", which indeed renders as a serif font. I happen to HATE serif fonts, so mark me down as someone who does not find that easier to read.
  4. Ok, this is driving me bonkers. I've got the default font in my desktop client set to sans-serif fonts, and yet whenever I clip an article using my Evernote clipper (for Chrome Version 69.0.3497.100), it renders as a serif font in the desktop program. I can change that manually within the desktop program, but it's time consuming and it should not be so onerous. How can one change the default font for the clipper? This has been going on for six months, and it's really annoying me. Thanks.
  5. I have exactly the same issue. It's a bug that appeared when 7.1 came out. And I agree that it is super annoying.
  6. I use Evernote 7.1 for Mac, along with Evernote Clipper for Mac Chrome 7.1.0. Since migrating to these new versions (last week? - can't recall), I've experienced several annoying issues: 1. When clipping articles from my browser, I'm unable to type in part of a tag that brings up all tags with that word. The tags that appear are only those that begin with the sequence of letters I type in, but this is much less user-friendly when you can't recall exactly how the tag name begins (a great many are sub-sorted with different lead words). Previous versions of Clipper did allow that, and it was vastly better. 2. When using the Evernote application itself, all new clipped articles have a weird formatting that does not correspond to my preferences. For example, my default text is Arial, but the text appears in PT Serif font (I hate serif fonts!). Moreover, the headlines are in 83 point font, which is far too large. And finally, the margins of the clipped article are very narrow - what happened to the wider margins of previous versions? 3. All of this means I have to go in and manually reformat the text to a smaller Arial font. I hope Evernote is aware of these bugs (at least I hope they recognize them as such) and will correct these in future updates.
  7. I use Evernote 7.1 for Mac, along with Evernote Clipper for Mac Chrome 7.1.0. Since migrating to these new versions (last week? - can't recall), I've experienced several annoying issues: 1. When clipping articles from my browser, I'm unable to type in part of a tag that brings up all tags with that word. The tags that appear are only those that begin with the sequence of letters I type in, but this is much less user-friendly when you can't recall exactly how the tag name begins (a great many are sub-sorted with different lead words). Previous versions of Clipper did allow that, and it was vastly better. 2. When using the Evernote application itself, all new clipped articles have a weird formatting that does not correspond to my preferences. For example, my default text is Arial, but the text appears in PT Serif font (I hate serif fonts!). Moreover, the headlines are in 83 point font, which is far too large. And finally, the margins of the clipped article are very narrow - what happened to the wider margins of previous versions? 3. All of this means I have to go in and manually reformat the text to a smaller Arial font. 4. I'm attaching screenshots of a. an example article as it appears in my browser; and b. an example of how it appears on my Evernote. I hope Evernote is aware of these bugs (at least I hope they recognize them as such) and will correct these in future updates.
  8. I have this problem now - latest version on a new iPad, and the last sync was 12/15/17. I try closing/reopening, turn off iPad/restart, etc., and nothing seems to work. Suggestions?
  9. Having the same issue (Evernote Clipper using Chrome for Mac), and posted about it in a separate thread (didn't know about this one until someone posted a link in mine). It is definitely a thing. My issue started two days ago.
  10. Thanks, gazumped. What I'm experiencing is a different issue but you're right that they could somehow be related.
  11. Has the scroll feature for tag drop-downs for Evernote Web Clipper changed recently? Previously, when I started typing in the first word of a desired tag, it would not only give me a list of tags fitting the word, it would also let me use the down key to scroll through those and hit enter to select it. Now, as of this morning, it gives those lists of tags but then I have to manually select that tag using the mouse. This is, suffice to say, much less user-friendly. I didn't change any settings, so I assume that it is the result of some automatic update or something or other. Any help, clues? Thank you.
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