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  1. Thanks, JMichael. I just submitted my comment above as a bug report as well, since the phenomenon we're describing are clearly different, though possibly related. I hadn't figured out how to submit a bug report to Evernote, so am grateful to you for taking the lead with this.
  2. I've been having a similar problem with Clipper since August, presumably because of a recent upgrade that introduced a new bug. My main problem is that Clipper now defaults to clipping into a notebook I literally have NEVER used for clipping. More strangely, it's a temporary glitch: the Clipper window opens, shows the incorrect default notebook for about a second, and then shifts to the notebook that I have in fact ALWAYS used for default clipping. This means that if I'm moving quickly (as my workflow typically has me do) to speed along the clipping process, my notes get misfiled and I have to move them out of the notebook I never wanted to use in the first place. Only by slowing down and waiting for Clipper to go back to the correct default notebook do I get a proper clip. The only good news about this bug is that Evernote always misfiles into the same notebook, so at least I know where to look when my clipped content doesn't show up. I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling Clipper, but that doesn't solve the problem at all. More strangely, I even tried deleting the offending notebook to see if that would eliminate the target at which Clipper is misfiring. But no: Clipper simply selected a new incorrect default notebook and started mistargeting at that one too. I should add that when I send an email to my Evernote address, it ALWAYS winds up in the incorrect notebook to which Evernote is mistakenly defaulting, presumably because Evernote isn't giving itself the one second it needs to correct its own error. For the record, I'm using Evernote on a MacBook Pro running OS X Yosemite 10.10.5, with Clipper running in the latest version of Safari 8.0.8 (10600.8.9). But I don't believe it was an Apple upgrade that generated this bug; I think it was an Evernote upgrade, though I obviously can't say that for sure. I really hope the Evernote team can fix this one. It's clearly a new bug, and really undermines the reliability of the clipping process.
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