Dereks

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  1. In case anyone is interested, I found the solution myself. Instead of sending highlights via email through a native option offered by instapaper, I opted to https://ifttt.com, which has the same applet but with the necessary functionality. Works like a charm for me.
  2. I have my Evernote and Instapaper accounts linked. So whenever I highlight something in Instapaper the highlight gets automatically imported to Evernote. The one feature I've been missing with this, though, is absence of a URL link to the source were the highlighted text comes from. Is there some way to make sure that the highlight get's imported to Evernote together with the link to the original article?
  3. chinarut, nice idea, but there are some issues: first, the order in which the images are exported/processed in pdf is unclear - I ended up not having an ordered pdf document, but a random assembly of pages. so far the best way to achieve seems to be simply printing document in PDF. On mac that is 'command+P'. Although, if you are printing A4 sized images you are going to loose some space on the margins. anyway, would be great if Evernote responded to this, because ultimately, this has to work in the program itself, without any help from external OS X tools.