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  1. Oh, I am glad I am not the only crazy one! Thank you for confirming the problem @samdale67. As they fix some of the shortcomings of ZOHO Notebook, it will be a contender. Part of the problem is with Firefox too, as Grammarly also misbehaves in Firefox especially when visiting NY Times.
  2. Well, you are right. As I indicated in my post it works on my desktop (most of the time) but it totally refuses to clip from NYT on my laptop. Firefox configurations are identical as they are synced. This has been going on for quite a while and I reported it more than once but there is no solution. I am looking into Notebook by ZOHO although it has some features missing.
  3. Evernote, is there no interest in answering questions like this? Is it safe to assume that you are aware of the problem and do not care?
  4. I have been trying to deal with this problem but have not yet found a solution to this. The Evernote Web Clipper add-on on Firefox refuses to clip anything from NY Times. When I write a comment, I clip it or used to clip it to Evernote but I keep getting a small window telling me that this page has to be reloaded ... Even after reloading it, the clipper never cooperates. The odd thing is that it works in Chrome and it also works in Firefox on my desktop computer. They are configured the same, Firefox synchronizes all the settings and add-ons on both computers, I have the same Internet security, Norton on both computers. They are both Windows 10, 64-bit OS platforms. My laptop is a Microsoft Surface Book 2. I have tried the following: Removed and added again Evernote Web Clipper Cleared all the cookies and data in Firefox Uninstalled Firefox, cleaned all the folders, reinstalled Firefox Disabled all add-ons except Evernote Web Clipper None of the above solved the problem, although, as I mentioned above, along with the very same Firefox and add-ons the Web Clipper works find on my desktop Is there a way to resolve this issue so that I can continue using Firefox and Evernote or should I be wiser if I searched for alternatives for both? Thanks.
  5. I am using Firefox 37.0.2. After I login to Evernote Web clipper, I can see the options to save in the context menu with or without any selection. I am attaching a screen capture below to show the context menu. My add-ons are: Adblock Plus, Advertising Cookie Opt-Out, All-in-One Sidebar, Clearly, Down ThemAll, Evernote Web Clipper, Firebug, Fire Gestures, IP Address and Domain Info, LastPass, Saved Password Editor, Shorten URL, SSL Version Control, Video DownloadHelper
  6. Thank you. safe" did not appear. I upgraded Firefox to 37.0.2 and did not see the Norton message. However, if I disable Evernote Web Clipper and enable it again, the Norton message appears again, possibly indicating that the file in question is deleted upong disabling and downloaded again on enabling it. I am reporting the behavior rather than complaining about it. Thanks.
  7. My Firefox version was 37.0.1 and I installed the new beta release on my Windows system. when I restarted Firefox the Norton message that "evernote_native.bin is safe" did not appear. I upgraded Firefox to 37.0.2 and did not see the Norton message. However, if I disable Evernote Web Clipper and enable it again, the Norton message appears again, possibly indicating that the file in question is deleted upong disabling and downloaded again on enabling it. I am reporting the behavior rather than complaining about it.
  8. I don't use IE much except for Web design testing, so I cannot speak to that. My Firefox is version 37.0.1 and manifests the problem. Since the add-ons are written differently for different browsers it is possible that only the Firefox version may have this problem. In any case, I am looking forward to the next release for Firefox.
  9. Thanks for the reply. The behavior to be fixed is not related to Norton. The said file should not be deleted and downloaded, which I belive is under the control of the Webclipper. Thanks for looking into a solution, we will all be on the lookout for a release, beta or not.
  10. Out of curiosity, has anyone been able to replicate my process to see the file disappear and reappear as described? If so, Evernote, is there a new release in the near future?
  11. Although Webclipper is working for me, the problem remains. But, I have diagnosed the problem: Open the folder containing evernote_native.bin when Firefox is open and note that the file is there: C:\Users\<YourName>\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\<Your Profile Folder> Close Firefox and observe that the file is deleted, it is not there Open Firefox again and watch it to appear before your eyes with the current date and time stamp.Webclipper extension needs an overhaul to stop this behavior. You can validate it yourselves, including Evernote staff.
  12. im, thank you. It worked for me! I hope Evernote will not release an infected file now ;-)
  13. It is not that Norton has a problem with the file, if keeps reporting that it is safe. Is is possible to roll back the Webclipper to a previous versions to help diagnose the problem? Whether the problem stops or not will help narrow the problem. By the way, I uninstalled the Webclipper and reinstalled it but it did not have any impact on this issue.
  14. You may be right, there are so many updates of everything one can easily lose control of them all. But, apparently Evernote staff do not chime in here. It looks like we are stuck with this problem until the next update of one or both of these programs. "How much money, that much support ;-)"
  15. Interestingly, Norton identifies this file as safe and used by many people. Something, somewhere, somehow is triggering the rescan of the file.
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