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erikhuber

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  1. Update: it appears that the latest version of the EN Mac clipper has fixed my issue. Huzzah! Much thanks to the dev team 👍
  2. Posting here as a last resort after searching here on the forum and around the web. EN Web Clipper is working great on my other browsers but not in Safari. The clipper will load and allow me to select my notebook and tags, but when I click "Save Clip" it will get stuck on "Syncing" and never actually save the clip. Have deleted and reinstalled the Web Clipper extension several times with no change. I'm on Mac OS 10.13.6 and Safari 13.0.5. Weirdly, the EN Web Clipper app in my Applications folder comes up as version 1.0.5 in the "Get Info" dialog. However, looking at the Extensions pane in Safari Preferences, the EN Web Clipper version is listed as 7.12.3. In another oddity, it seems that the latest available version of the Web Clipper (according to the App Store at least) should be 7.12.4, not 7.12.3. When I click the "Update" button in App Store, though, the App Store app just gives me the spinning "on hold" icon and never actually updates the component. I have manually deleted and reinstalled the Web Clipper component several times with the same result - the app always shows up as 7.12.3 in Safari and as 1.0.5 in the "Get Info" window, and I cannot update the component via the App Store (I get the spinning "on hold" icon every time). Anyone seen this? Any advice or tips? TIA!!!
  3. Has there been any indication from the EN dev team regarding the timeline for fixing this issue? (Apologies if this post is redundant. I DM'ed Shane D as well but have not heard back) Thanks All!
  4. +1 on this feature request. Scannable is a nice tool, but adding the ability to tag on the way into Evernote would elevate its utility considerably. Thanks!
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