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engberg

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  1. When you install the Evernote application on Windows, we install clippers into Firefox and IE on your computer. If you later reinstall either of those applications, you may not see our clippers unless you reinstall Evernote. To just replace the Firefox 3 clipper directly without reinstalling Evernote: http://www.evernote.com/about/download/ ... MozClipper
  2. Well, I wish I could say that we fixed it for you on purpose ... but some times we just get lucky, I guess. Glad to know it works.
  3. We hadn't specifically planned to support markdown, but we will be releasing an API in a few weeks that third party developers could use to accomplish this. Thanks
  4. Have you tried this from FF2 or FF3 on a different machine? I'm curious whether you get the problem on a more recent browser. We don't test (or support) FF 1.5, so I wouldn't be surprised if this were the source of the problem. You might want to consider using a Portable version of FF3 on a USB stick, if you have permission to run applications from sticks: http://portableapps.com/apps/internet/firefox_portable
  5. We don't plan to add a MindMap UI directly into our products, but we will be publishing programming interfaces (APIs) in the near future, which would allow the creation of specialized tools like MindMaps by third-party developers.
  6. Thanks for the report ... I just reproduced this, it's a bug.
  7. In general, we didn't build Evernote as a word processor, so it may not give you a lot of the formatting and editing options you'd expect from a full document application. But for documents that look a lot like "notes", it might do what you want. Synchronization is handled at the note level, and each client keeps track of the last update version number for each note when it syncs. If one client submits a change to a note, then the service is updated. If another client tried to edit the same note while offline at the same time and then sync, the second client would see that the server has been updated already, and it would store the conflicting version locally so that you can resolve the problem. I.e.it's more "First Online Save Wins" for conflict resolution. This happens at the level of individual notes, so you can edit 5 notes on one offline laptop and then 3 different notes on another offline laptop and they should both sync fine. You only create a local synchronization conflict if you edit the same note on two different offline computers.
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