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Yehmin

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  1. +1 Just moved from Chrome to Firefox and found this problem, which has been around for more than a YEAR! Totally agree that the company has lost its energy in bringing out meaningful updates, while competitors like Notion are showing vibrant improvements. I keep Evernote only has my archive/library now, but it stills manages to fail at clipping PDF files...
  2. Hi there, EN's Web Clipper has so far been the best web clipping tool for note taking apps in my opinion. However, a content annoyance of main is that, as a Taiwanese using Zhuyin input method to type tags when saving a page, I can only use my mouse to click on the suggested tags already existed in EN. For example, if I'd like to input a tag with 5 characters (e.g. "印象筆記"),when I type the first few characters ("印象"), WC would recognize this and suggest the tag "印象筆記" in the dropdown list. But since the Web Clipper will take the first return keystroke (in Zhuyin, this means completing/confirming the suggested input of Chinese characters) as completion of tag naming. So it will create a new "印象" tag, instead of choosing the existing "印象筆記”. The only way around is to move my mouse and click on the dropdown list, which is a break from my workflow on the keyboard. I hope Web Clipper could be like most other input field, that recognize the difference between completion of Zhuyin input, and completion of field inputs. Thank you and keep up the good works!
  3. Same here! Can't believe after over 3 years this basic function is still lacking!
  4. (New to the community, not sure how I should up vote this issue) yes! This has been a pain in my mobile using experience as well!! The reading experience is so bad on clipped articles that I have set up IFTTT and read on Feedly instead. Could save a great deal of time if EN could resolve this problem.
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