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Roman D

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  1. I've contacted support about this issue. The thing is, on El Capitan I don't have the cmd-tab issue by default but have it with a third-party app augmenting the OSX cmd-tab interface. And support said it won't be fixed since the software is marked as 'beta,' never mind that not one other application had this problem in the last three years. Here's a helpful message from support:
  2. If (when) this issue gets the attention of programmers, please also test with enlarged cursors (via the OS settings). Literally the only issue I've had with enlarged cursors is the inability to tell where the Evernote's highlighting cursor point is.
  3. I join in the request—because I sometimes add pages to Evernote to look at them later, and then come across them again while surfing, forgetting that I've already clipped them. (I understand that this feature would add complexity to Clipper and require building an index by the page url, so I'd consider it a cherry on the cake.)
  4. The Clipper in Chrome can't save these pages, neither in full nor in the article mode: http://www.ozon.ru/context/detail/id/3105480/ http://www.ozon.ru/context/detail/id/1425749/ http://www.ozon.ru/context/detail/id/5633263/ http://www.ozon.ru/context/detail/id/4524116/ The error in the log looks like the following: 19:08:59 GMT+0300 (MSK) (ERROR) /background.html: http://www.ozon.ru/context/detail/id/5633263/EDAMUserException{"errorCode":2,"parameter":"Note.title"} at LogReceiver.error (/js/common/Log.js:8:267) at v (/js/main/Submitter.js:2:122) at null.<anonymous> (/thrift/thrift-binary.js:547:13) Well, guess what. If I modify the note title when saving, I can clip titles up to 255 characters long (not bytes), but not 256 characters or more Arbitrary limit is arbitrary. Come on, it's not 80s anymore. The versions are: Web Clipper 6.2.6 Chromium 38.0.2125.104 (290379) OSX 10.9 Clipper in Firefox saves the same notes all right.
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