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mehuge

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mehuge last won the day on January 18 2012

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  1. I had not noticed the clipper deleting everything because when I looked in local storage I would see the clippers entries + my own. But now you mention it, I did have some issues where my application appeared to be loosing all its information - I assumed this was a bug in my application. I never got to the bottom of it, and the problem went away. Perhaps it was the web clipper all along. Anyway lets hope the changes to the beta version posted above resolve these issues.
  2. Have installed the beta version. Looks good so far, no sign of clearly html before clipper activated for the page, and no rogue entries in local storage.
  3. Maybe evernote webclipper could check for a <meta name="evernote" content="enabled=false"/> or something in the page and have it ignore that page / app.
  4. Agree, it needs to be less intrusive, and just because its easier to develop shouldn't be reason enough to load it unnecessarily every time a page or app is loaded. And its just a plain bug the way it is visible in view source and rendered xml.
  5. Recent updates of webclipper are becoming too intrusive, most recently web clipper has started storing stuff in localStorage, for example options, presumably without a care for what it might clobber, good job my web application decided to include some namespace convention when storing its options into local storage. Also evernote injecting clearly html into every page you visit even if your not going to click evernote, I don't understand this, why can't it inject at the point you click the evernote icon? Close to uninstalling evernote webclipper, which is a shame because I use it a lot.
  6. I was investigating why I was getting what looked like injected html for evernote clearly in my pages having uninstalled the clearly extension. I was most puzzled by this. Turns out its evernote clipper doing it! I am left wondering why the web clipper is injecting html into pages I am not clipping from? I am developing a web application, so sit in the inspector a lot of the time, and when experiencing an issue with a scrolling div got distracted by this extra html wondering if it was responsible for the anomalies. It turned out it wasn't but thats besides the point. I don't want extra html in my pages when I am developing, but I do want to run the web clipper because its very useful. This is a recent change. Is it intentional? Is there a way I can turn that particular behaviour off? The injected HTML in question is: <style id="_clearly_component__css" type="text/css">#next_pages_container { width: 5px; hight: 5px; position: absolute; top: -100px; left: -100px; z-index: 2147483647 !important; } </style> <div id="_clearly_component__next_pages_container"></div> Can't imagine why that would need to be injected before the web clipper button is pressed.
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