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  1. The dragging issue has now been resolved with a reboot and PRAM reset. However the JPEG-to-PNG issue remains.
  2. Unfortunately, not only does this update not address a big problem for me (JPEGs dragged from Chrome under OSX10.9 into Evernote application become massive PNGs) but it breaks the feature whereby images in Evernote could be dragged onto the desktop. Now, under 10.9.5, when I try to do this, my mouse cursor becomes a "forbidden" symbol.
  3. Thanks all. Okay, it sounds like a bug in Evernote 6/OSX 10.9.5 Mavericks, and Evernote were alerted to it on 10 June and again in a report I filed 28 June. (I didn't find the other thread when I searched for 'PNG' in the fora as it's not mentioned in the thread head — thank you JMichael.) Yes the clipper keeps it as a JPEG but — like dropping on the desktop first — it's a lot more steps than the ol' drag'n'drop. Oh, and before anyone asks, no the bug's not just limited to JPEGs by El Greco ;-) Adam.
  4. I've noticed that in Evernote Mac 6.0.13 a JPEG image dragged from the web into a note becomes a PNG, taking up vastly more space than it should. For example, visit https://www.museodelprado.es/en/the-collection/online-gallery/on-line-gallery/zoom/1/obra/annunciation/oimg/0/ which is a 90kb RGB JPEG 520 × 938 called 3a4af4ff99.jpg but when you drag it into Evernote suddenly your usage goes up by 800kb and it becomes D8B58DD4-585D-48C8-B9AA-608FA903A8CE.png which is a 815kb PNG, although still 520 × 938 pixels. Now I don't want to sound like a conspiracy theorist but this sounds like a good way to make sure people blow their 60MB free allowance pretty darn quickly, grrr.
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