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  1. wow...the day has finally come when the student has taught the teacher a thing or two, ok, maybe just one...lol...but I'm feelin pretty good now Ricky Bobby 😉 And ditto re new-note-window opening in the background. I too recall a bug like this back about a year ago, that seemed to clear itself after an update
  2. I know the feeling...it's so annoying when these bugs come up and it doesn't appear to happen for others...unless someone else here has the answer you might want to check in with EN Support...and would be good to hear the solution if you find one.
  3. Try using CTRL+N instead of CTRL+ALT+N On EN-Windows, at least on my version 6.18.4, using CTRL+ALT+N will always create a new note inside your 'default' notebook. But most of the time I just want a New Note to be created within the Notebook that I am working on, hence why I use CTRL+N ... and in my case the new note is NOT set to 'create new note in a new window' but even when I turn this on, the new window does open on top of the EN main window, and not in the background as is the issue you're experiencing. So perhaps also try testing with this option turned Off and On You can change the default notebook via File Menu: Tools >Options >General ...hope it works for you
  4. METHOD 2 Consider the above post, my Method 1. The issue with Method 1 is having to create a 2nd Note to paste the contents to, which then necessitates that you also have to go the extra steps of copy/pasting the Note Title and URL...so just takes too long. Here's the much easier, new and improved way to do this...and it looks really great now. EN-Clip your webpage using 'Simplified Article' (Google Chrome or Firefox Extension) Sync EN, and Open the newly created Note Highlight & Copy Note contents (don't use CTRL+A) position cursor or drag/highlight from 1st character to last character of the note contents, then CTRL+C (to copy contents) CTRL+A (to select all Contents) > Press Delete to remove all contents...you should now see a brand new note window with the top line offering to use a template CTRL+V (to paste contents) ...END So much easier and faster, and works great...cheers
  5. I tested this for you on my PC and EN successfully retained the bullet formatting (see attached). I'm using EN-Windows v6.18.4 and have MS Office 365 subscription on my PC Win10
  6. ...in the mean time @Scott T., @gazumped, @airlifter2 I have found a workaround to the issue of web-clips using 'Simplified Article' mode that result in large margins on left/right side of note contents. This workaround requires a little extra 2-step shuffle... and works for me using Google Chrome EN Web-clipper on Windows PC PROCESS (IF Using EN-Windows App) Clip a web page using 'Simplified Article' mode > EN clipper for Chrome/Firefox Sync EN on PC > Open the newly created Note (should have its contents centre aligned) CTRL+A (to select the note contents) CTRL+C (to copy note contents) CTRL+N (to create new note) CTRL+V (to paste contents into this new note) This new 2nd note should now have all its contents 'Left Aligned', and take up the full size of the note window. The process is a bit involved, but if your OCD kicks in, well, now you have a way to satisfy it 😉 EXAMPLE -ORIGINAL NOTE 1 EXAMPLE -CONTENTS PASTED TO NOTE 2 NOTE** On occasion I have noticed this 2-step shuffle workaround fails to work...and it appears to have something to do with Step 2 using CTRL+A, I think... so the solution that works in this step 2/case, is to manually select the note contents, by dragging/highlighting then doing Step 3 CTRL+C ...and it works fine Finally, when you look at the before and after images attached above, you can see a lot less screen real estate is used by the text, and the images are even larger...nice
  7. Woohoo... Cheers @Scott T.. I'm very much looking forward to receiving this update...thanks for letting us know, awesome, and love your work 😉
  8. NOTE- I also tried adding a remark during clipping, as it seemed i had added one in 2018 ...seen at top of note with 'xx' but this had no effect
  9. -OR- it might have something to do with EN!? I knew I said I could live with this, but just now I was reminded by how sometimes in the past, using 'Simplified Article' clip-mode would result in no margins, or the notes contents appearing Left-Aligned. The attached images show the same webpage clip - one clipped in the year 2018, and the other clipped today Jan 17-2020. Today's clipped note has margins on left and right, whereas 2018's does NOT. Strange and weird. @Scott T. are you able to shed any light on this please?
  10. YAY! Just found another workaround to clipping web-pages, that result in the newly clipped EN-Notes having a pseudo Dark Mode. It's not exactly a complete perfect solution but might help some. How it Works: Need to have/use Google Chrome browser. Download and Install Chrome Extension 'Dark Reader'. Configure first-time setup of Dark Reader adjusting colour scheme via extensions slider adjusters. Make sure its turned on when wanting to clip web-pages. NOTES:- only EN 'Article' clip-mode works (Simplified article clip option won't work). When viewing the newly clipped note on another dark-mode enabled EN platform e.g. EN-Android ...the app will inverse the colours back..booooo, but I can live with this as I use EN-Windows 95%+ of the time. Your notes may look different if using different colour settings in the chrome extn. Example NO Chrome Extension | webpage clipped using article view and (how it looks on my EN-Windows Note) Example WITH Chrome Extension on | webpage clipped using article view My Extn config settings
  11. Cheers...and yep when I expanded the middle pane, the note window appeared left aligned/no margins 🙂 Thing is I always have the middle pane reduced/shrunk to minimum width as I only use the 'Title' column... thanks again mate, will have to make do with how things are...
  12. UPDATE: I just viewed/checked this note in both EN-Android, and EN-Web (new version) and the note has no margins and displays beatifully on those 2 platforms...so at a loss to understand issue with how the note views on EN-Windows, which is the platform i use 95% of the time.
  13. Hey @gazumped ...man, I am still struggling with this issue... most of the time I resort to 'Article' clip mode, but would prefer to use 'Simplified Article' if only I could find a way to remove those huge left and right margins I end up with, even in Note View... it's the same wide margins, resulting in the note contents appearing centre aligned, inside a central narrow column. I also asked about this before here on the forum... but no solution then, so wondering if any solution now? Note- I use EN Web Clipper with Google Chrome v79.0.3945.117 (Official Build) (64-bit) Attached images show a resulting note of a webpage I just test clipped using 'Simplified Article' clip mode, along with the clipper view... any help greatly appreciated
  14. Yep, Windows-10, using EN-Windows app v6.18.4...and using Google Chrome for browsing (latest version)
  15. lol...still made no diff at my end. I used diff colors and font sizes, put more spaces + EN in-app links. See attached images of my v3 template I applied...and then the resulting note created...all good no issues
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