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logandb

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  1. Is there a list of the Web Clipper keyboard shortcuts somewhere other than within the extension itself? Hard to clip them from inside the clipper!
  2. The sync might take a while, and probably best when connected to WiFi. Any luck yet?
  3. My laptop screen is 4K (it's a Dell XPS 15 9560) and the other (which is the primary monitor when connected) is a 24" 1920x1200 Dell desktop monitor. I've fiddled around endlessly with no success and have given up trying to sort this out! I just live with it when using the laptop away from the dock. The other gripe for me is that when I power up in the multi-monitor configuration, the EN window is HUGE, stretching several screen widths off to the right and I have to go through multiple resizings to get it back to one screen. I feel as though this is an issue overall with the way Windows 10 copes with multiple monitors with differing resolutions, and perhaps also EN's way of trying to work around the information it's being fed by the OS. Good luck finding a solution and let me know if you do! David.
  4. I have exactly this problem, with a multi-monitor setup also. My laptop screen easily has enough width to display the left panel, but even registry editing of the left panel visibility and width won't let it display. It does return when I attach the other monitor, ironically on the same laptop screen (now acting as a secondary monitor) where it refuses to show when on its own!
  5. In Google Chrome, you can achieve this by setting up a new profile, then logging in with your alternative credentials.
  6. You can find notes with images in them of any type using the search: resource:image/* For a particular format (e.g. jpg, png) use: resource:image/jpeg resource:image/png
  7. And if you want to search for phrases in note titles, put double quotes around the phrase. E.g. intitle:"pizza cheese"
  8. I'm in the same boat as you, @Dave-in-Decatur, but I feel as though the latest general release (6.14.5) is pretty good, all things considered. There are still a few quirks, but I have found myself using it more and more after becoming quite disgruntled a few months back. Funny how much of a good influence it is to be able to use a piece of software without having to consciously steel oneself for problems! Hopefully the ‘downward spiral’ is simply part of the usual process of change most organisations go through regularly.
  9. Fair point, @DTLow. I love shortcuts, but they don't give any hint as to where the note originated.
  10. What about adding it to the shortcut list? That way it is available either in the left pane or on the toolbar in desktop versions, as well as in a dedicated menu on the mobile apps.
  11. I think a note needs to exist on the server for a link to be created (probably to assign it a reliable unique ID) which is why a sync automatically initiates when you request a note link for a newly created note. As far as I remember, this behaviour has been around for a long while.
  12. I suspect they are referring to the behind the scenes software that drives the server syncing rather than the Evernote clients. It has been a worrying couple of days though – I've been suffering from 'Evernote anxiety'!
  13. I'm having the same issue as @ChrisTinaBruce, but only with pdfs. Again, works perfectly in Chrome. I think Firefox 60 has broken something relating to the web clipper...
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