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zdanevich

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  1. After installing official browser extension I feel that my browser works slower, so yeah - I want bookmarklet too. Usually I copy/paste.
  2. https://developer.chrome.com/extensions/background_pages I can not find working bookmarklet about adding to Evernote...
  3. Moving forward! Clipper currently has the dark theme, thank you Evernote!
  4. You can try this browser extension https://intelligent-speaker.com
  5. Only creating the screenshots of the desktop - offline and all other things are possible in the browser, look at Google Drive. Truly, editor of the Mac client and presentation mode written in Javascript.
  6. Thank you for your effort, but much better for the community would be to contribute to the Nixnote. If you think that you can make a better software - I hope that you can improve Nixnote. I do not see a big reason for a new project that looks very similar.
  7. I have no Windows, I can not check. However, you can use this browser extension to get this result:
  8. I found a partial solution for the Mac client: Replace content of /Applications/Evernote.app/Contents/Resources/common-editor-mac/ce.css to: * { background: #000; color: gray; font-size: 20px; } You will get:
  9. Illustration of the topic, problematic usecase:
  10. Chrome extension can be available for every tab - with "persistent": false all this js will be injected only when user pushed the button - for saving of browser speed and battery.
  11. I found that on every computer - Mac or Gnu/Linux - after installing of Evernote Clipper - browser lost some speed of loading of every page. And I found why - and I think that this is incorrect design of software - in the source code of Clipper I found that your extension (that I love to use - like Evernote at all) inject HUJE portion of js into memory - even when user does not use extension now: Quote from official documentation about developing of extensions for Chrome: Caution: Consider using event pages instead that persistent false.
  12. Optional dark theme is a popular feature request - why you still do not implement this?
  13. I feel that performance of Chrome decreased after installing and log-in to Clipper. Also look at attached screenshot - all your js must be in one file for logical encapsulation and performance.
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