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  1. Good to hear! Also want to report to anyone else bothered by this that currently the bookmarklet still works in the previous fashion in Chrome. So for now using that instead of the actual chrome extension is a reasonable work around.
  2. Please revert the 'Clip Full Page' checkbox to the old behavior, or (even better) provide a user preference in Evernote as to the 'default state' of this checkbox. It's really important to at least one paying user (who also happens to evangelize his work-flow to everyone he meets..) I have been (very happily!) using a combination of the Readability and Evernote Chrome extensions (with a 'ReadItLater!' Evernote default folder) to have sort of an 'interesting article archival bliss'. I love this combination because: 1 - Readability formats things in a way that looks great in Evernote. 2 - Evernote keeps the backlink, so I have can return to source if available. 3 - Evernote keeps a copy of the text, so if the article goes down I still have it. 4 - Evernote keeps a copy of the text, so I can do full text searches on articles I haven't even really read yet!. Sometimes when this works it feels like I am reading articles from the future. Or in another form, this is 'Just In Time' reading. 5 - Evernote web clipper gives me that 'Add Text' field, useful for adding links to content discussions (ie from Reddit/HN/etc) 6 - Marking something was a 2 click operation Lo and behold, new Evernote Chrome extension is pushed today and changes the default of 'Clip Full Page' checkbox to be unchecked. While I understand the reason for this change (I upgraded to a payed Evernote account entirely due to my web-clippings taking up too much space), it totally messes up with my normal usage flow. And believe me, this flow is really important to me. It is basically the entire purpose of Evernote for me, but it has filled this niche for me magnificently! Thanks, love the product~
  3. Tag autocompletion is something I rely on instinctively when using the web clipper. It was really jarring to not have it available on the Android client. A native client should be more powerful then a web client, no? The current tag entry method is pretty much unusable for me. I am someone who generously assigns out tags more as 'hints' then as a strict way of categorizing things. So I have difficulty in typing a tag out of memory, and the scroll list is really impractical with so many available tags.
  4. Sometimes it is really hard to see something in an image note in Evernote on the android. The ability to zoom in would be a big help.
  5. I often take pictures with my G1 rotated vertically. This works out as a lot better shot in many circumstances, but when I go to view it in Evernote the picture is displayed sideways. It is annoying enough I can not fix it prior to upload, but I also can't from the web interface as well. No other kind of fancy image editing is really important to me, but a simple preview display and a 'rotate left/right 90 degrees' buttons would be a MAJOR win for me. EDIT: To be clear this applies mainly to the 'Snapshot' note for me, since it never entered the filesystem for using another app to rotate it (although that would be a nice feature too)
  6. +1 for wanting an Android client. Hope the long wait will mean it is very good. I have faith it is coming..
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