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  1. Can confirm this works on the latest Mac version. It'd be useful if the www could be ignored for the search (as in, search with and without www). In fact, the whole URL thing shouldn't be sourceUrl:medium*? Discard the protocol and the www all together, let the user set these if they want to, but the domain name should be the expected value for this search operator.
  2. I'm trying to search all notes that come from domain X using sourceurl:"https://www.medium*" This spawns no result. Other searches using operators (tag: / encryption: / etc), all seem to work. Is there an updated parameter or something like it? I use the web clipper a lot in my research and I overuse tags but sometimes it is A NECESSITY for me to view keyworks/tags that come from a single source (domain X in this case). Any way to do this? Is it broken? Will it be fixed?
  3. Is this broken on 10.5.7 (OSX)? Doesn't seem to work here.
  4. Reddit is unique and more often than not AMAs and simple posts show significant insights over several topics. If the Evernote clipper had a special parser for a Reddit page, we could preserve the actual indentation. The actual "Article" option on the web clipper is what better keeps the formatting, but in long reddit posts, the clipper may hang to process the page and the "Screenshot" option fails to give a "whole page" choice. If we could chose the "simplified article" and the text is kept with some logical indentation, it would work better than it does today.
  5. Well, I'm just gonna leave this here for reference: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1225125
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