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  1. I was using Chrome in my earlier post. I should have mentioned that earlier. In the way of an update. With Chrome I could not capture a Bookmark with the site set to either language. I was able to use all the other capture options (Article, Simplified Article, Full Page, and Screenshot). I tried using Firefox and was able to capture a Bookmark with either language option. I was also able to use all the other capture options, as in Chrome. In sum, then the only option that did not work was Chrome/Bookmark. It may just be a Chrome issue but it seems odd that it would only impact one capture option.
  2. Thanks for the quick response! You've probably hit on the issue. The site in question is a photo archive and is, natively, Hungarian. The link I provided was the English version but I note that your capture is showing the Hungarian version. I'll explore it further. If I find a way around the problem I'll post an update.
  3. Recently I've begun to have problems with bookmarking. I don't have any problems using the other capture options and the bookmark problem only occurs on some sites. Following is an link to one site where I've experienced the problem: https://fortepan.hu/?language=en-US&image_id=57975 When I try to bookmark this site I get a spinning circle. The capture never completes. This seems site specific but it's odd because I've used Evernote for years and never had problems bookmarking sites. Any insight would be greatly appreciated.
  4. Jeff, Yes. I meant the Clipper. Sorry that I didn't make that clear. When I click on the Web Clipper I see 5 options: "Article", "Simplified Article", Full Page", "Bookmark", and "Screenshot". The "Full Page" and "Screenshot" options appear to work correctly but the others do not. I find it particularly odd that two different pages on the same site produce different results. As I mentioned this has occurred on sites other than the one I provided as an example. Wayne
  5. I've noticed recently that Evernote will not bookmark some pages. When I try to create a bookmark for a problem page Evernote appears to "hang up" and I have to cancel out of it. As an example, the following site bookmarks OK: http://www.jerrysartarama.com But the following page, which is associated with the same site does not bookmark: http://www.jerrysartarama.com/free-art-instruction-videos I would appreciate it if someone could confirm that they are experiencing the same problem. Any ideas as to how to correct it would be appreciated, as well. Thanks, Wayne
  6. Hi, I encounter it when I'm clipping articles, or selections on the web. I typically use Chrome and I have the Evernote extension installed. When I click on the extension to save an article, selection, screen shot, etc. I get a pop up on the upper right that shows that Evernote is cllipping and then synching. It finishes by indicating that the item has been clipped. That pop up has a link to the clip. I originally thought that clicking on that link would open the note in Evernote. I did it originally to modify some tags, etc. Instead, the link opens the note in a Chrome tab. It's at that point that I see a message on the Task Bar (associated with the Evernote icon) that gives me the message, "note refers to a note that doesn't exist ......". It gives me the option to sync the note, but I don't understand why I would have to do that as the pop up originally indicated that the note was synced. I've checked and it appears that the clipper doesn't actually sync the note to Evernote, despite what the popup indicates. I'm sure the problem here is operator error - I simply don't understand the mechanics of what Evernote is doing. It's confusing, though. One of the great features of Evernote is that it automatically syncs things so having a manual synch option is surprising. Wayne
  7. Hmm, 'm sure that it was attached. I don't see any way to attach anything to this reply. In any case, the title of my original note is part of the message. The entire message is: "Note refers to a link that does not exist on this computer. Do you want to synchronize and retrieve it from the server." Wayne
  8. Attached is a file showing a message that I'm getting when I clip items on the web. I have no idea what this means. I don't use links, though I may have tried a few some time ago. I've tried searching the net, the help section, etc. but I haven't found anything that clarifies what this means and how to get it resolved. It's very annoying as I have to click on it every time I save a note. Thanks, Wayne
  9. Thanks for the additional comments. We seem to use the same system for collecting related notes, so it's a fair guess that Evernote doesn't provide that functionality. I'll try one or two of the Chrome Extensions. The one I mentioned earlier has a lot of positive reviews, so perhaps it will be the solution.
  10. HI, Thanks for the comments. I may be missing something, but any clip that I take triggers a separate note. If I want to clip several things on a related subject into one note, I have to leave my web browser, go to Evernote, highlight the various clips (in the right order) and then combine them. Assume, for example, that I'm reading an article on a web site that splits the article into separate pages (let's say 2 pages) and that I get them on a single page (say by using the print option). I'd like to be able to clip the first page, then clip the second page and have it added to the same note as the first page. Another, perhaps better example, would be an article on recommended restaurants. I might want to clip only a few of the restaurant recommendations, but I would want them all in the same note. I realize that I can just save each one as a separate note and then search to find them, but having them in one place is more convenient. The other option is to manually combine them, which I definitely want to avoid. It seems odd to me that this feature doesn't exist (if, indeed, it doesn't). Most articles,etc. are 90+% fluff (usually more) and I would think that a lot of people would want to pick key ideas out of the article and keep them together in one place. Your point about the total size limit is very sound, but I rarely clip anything that would create any problems. Wayne
  11. I know that notes can be combined within Evernote. I would like, however, to accumulate small clips and post them to Evernote as a single note, rather than having to switch to Evernote to do it manually. I haven't found any options to accumulate clips in Evernote, but I have found some extensions in Chrome that seem to provide that functionality. One example is EasyClip. I would like to confirm that Evernote doesn't have this functionality as I would much prefer using Evernote's native capabilities rather than an extension. Given the possibility that Evernote doesn't provide this functionality, I would appreciate any comments on EasyClip, or similar options. Thanks, Wayne
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