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John B.

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  1. Thank you, sir.
  2. Normally, my extension would update in Safari automatically; however, I've noticed the old version 6.5.1 is the latest from extensions.apple.com. When I downloaded the web clipper directly from Evernote, it gave me the following error message (see attached). Can someone from EN tell me what the deal is, and should I install the later version which is giving me this error msg, or continue waiting for the update? Thanks!
  3. +1. I love EN but there's definitely something wrong with the Web Clipper extension. Uninstalling/re-installing, clearing caches, signing in/out again, etc., and Safari would crash Safari (seg. fault) at least once a day, usually when opening a new tab. Finally, I removed the EN Web Clipper altogether a few days ago and Safari has been rock solid since. I liked using the Web Clipper but if it crashes my browser it's not very useful. Safari v9.0.3 Mac OS X 10.11.3 MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Mid 2015) 2.5 GHz Intel Core i7 16 GB 1600 MHz DDR3 1 TB ePCI Flash Storage
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