Ferdy

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  1. @John Lianoglou Yes it does. Does Evernote staff even follow this idea place at all? Not a single response in a month, pretty pointless to share feedback it seems.
  2. I'm a web developer, and as such I often have Chrome's network monitoring tab open. I often do extensive performance analysis studies on web sites and web apps. What is annoying that the Evernote extension pollutes the network tab by injecting dozens of scripts. I have a few dozen extensions installed and only the Evernote one shows this behavior. A workaround for now is to use Incognito mode or to simply disable the extension, but I'm wondering if it's possible for the extension to just be less intrusive?