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cleermeo

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  1. It's never worked in FF for some reason. I wish they would fix that.
  2. While you guys are at it, can you please allow code blocks for Firefox as well? I never understood why you never added this to FF.
  3. Can you please align the functionality of the web app between browsers? Specifically, why can't I add a code block in Firefox but only in Chrome? Why can't I select a file from Google Drive in Firefox but only in Chrome (and yeah, I understand the integration of Chrome with Google services but this same functionality can be added to FF).
  4. This is an old issue which Evernote don't seem to care about. It looks like they are planning on dropping Firefox support. You can still install version 6.9.3 which still appears to work. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/evernote-web-clipper/versions/6.9.3
  5. This is still an issue. I get the impression that Evernote is abandoning Firefox as a browser option. Reverting back to older versions is not a fix.
  6. Over the past month I've had the same kind of issue. I've had to revert back to an older version in order to be able to login.
  7. It would be nice if Evernote would align their web clients. I see two different editing bars between Chrome and Firefox. In Firefox there's no ability to use quotes like in the Chrome version. Also in Firefox, there's no ability to attach Google Drive documents (though I suspect that this is a business deal with Google). Selection_019.bmp
  8. That's a line break you describe. Not a line (aka separator). I'm also at a loss as to how to do it in Android. Why they would add superscript to the formatting bar and not a line is beyond me.
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