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rickcb

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  1. I am experiencing exactly the same problem, with exactly the same configuration as you. Scannable worked perfectly when it first came out but has now become increasingly unreliable. A shame because it had real potential. I'll be investigating alternative scanning apps now.
  2. Thanks for your help. It's a little more 'manual' than I was looking for. I was hoping someone might have produced a template I could use to quickly fill in standard movie info. How did you manage to clip all that data from IMDb? I tried using Evernote Clip and found I could clip the text or the image but not both, unless I clipped the whole page. Thanks again, appreciate the quick response. Have you looked at Kustomnote.com? It is very good if you want a template to capture the same information in a standard format. I have used it for capturing a home inventory in Evernote and my next project is to catalog all of my karaoke CDGs and songs. You can find Kustomnote in the trunk. Thanks, Amie. Looks like the sort of thing I'm after. I'll check it out.
  3. You're right. EN is a fantastic tool for hobbyists and collectors of any description. However it falls down when it comes to managing large lists of individual items. As I said earlier, I currently turn to Springpad to keeping track of movies I own or have seen because I know I can just enter a film title and Springpad does the rest. It searches for the movie and presents images and data instantly. I can then add tags, notes and customised data and we're done. It's a pity EN can't offer that type of service - yet. I remain optimistic because they've done a cracking job with EN Food and I can only dream of the day they produce a similar service for us filmgoers.
  4. Thanks for your help. It's a little more 'manual' than I was looking for. I was hoping someone might have produced a template I could use to quickly fill in standard movie info. How did you manage to clip all that data from IMDb? I tried using Evernote Clip and found I could clip the text or the image but not both, unless I clipped the whole page. Thanks again, appreciate the quick response.
  5. I'd really like to use EN to keep track of all the movies I've seen - a task I currently assign to Springpad, which has a great search feature that brings up all the relevant data. Is there any way of doing something similar with EN?
  6. Very many thanks. Clipper 5.4 has installed in Rock Melt and works! So great to have the Clipper back again. Appreciate the quick response.
  7. I use Web Clipper with Rock Melt, a Chrome-based browser, where it is available as an add-on extension. I used it without any problems for a long time until, after a recent browser crash, the extension and and right-click menu option stopped working. I have tried deleting and re-installing the extension several times without success. I am unable to clip anything within Rock Melt now, a very frustrating situation. The Web Clipper continues to perform flawlessly in my main Chrome browser but why it doesn't in a 'Chrome clone' is a mystery. If anyone else uses Rock Melt and has experienced this problem - and managed to fix it - I'd really like to hear from you. Many thanks.
  8. I agree. I'm a freelance writer always gathering research material for projects. I'd like to use EN more for this but I'm still finding that MS OneNote is a better place to organise my ideas. If EN had a few more formatting options (especially highlighting - please!) and sub-pages, as suggested, it might finally tear me away from OneNote.
  9. I have to agree that Trunk turned out to be something of an anticlimax. The idea is sound but the way it was hyped as a 'major announcement' was way over the top. I have tried one of the iPhone apps listed in Trunk as working with EN and found that it doesn't. By all means present services like Trunk, just don't pretend to users that they're going to change dramatically how they use EN.
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