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  1. Hi there,

    Lately, while having Evernote Web Clipper (EWC) installed in my browser, if I visit a Jira board I systematically get an error displayed by Jira telling "SyntaxError: Unexpected token". 

    I faced it initially with my browser of choice: (Chromium-based) Vivaldi, but I'm also able to reproduce with Google Chrome. In both cases:

    • if EWC extension is disabled: no error is displayed when visiting a Jira board.
    • if EWC extension is enabled : a systematic error is displayed by Jira: a popup window with red border and message "An error occurred", clicking on "Details" shows:
      • Please try refreshing the page, or contact your administrator / Atlassian Support if the problem continues.
        Exception: Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token )
        Resource: https://jira.oodrive.net/secure/RapidBoard.jspa?rapidView=588&selectedIssue=AC-2638
        Line: 1
        Column: 2
        Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/68.0.3440.106 Safari/537.36
        Stack trace
        SyntaxError: Unexpected token )
        at Object.parse (https://jira.oodrive.net/s/deef7bdc6295b1e7528d2d51419f1569-CDN/en_UKi1k89m/71013/85cc369448ce7c5d570576ececfab009/bea579341b7e51d6eb50488c4fdf0df4/_/download/contextbatch/js/greenhopper-rapid-non-gadget,atl.general,gh-rapid,jira.global,jira.project.sidebar,jira.general,-_super/batch.js?agile_global_admin_condition=true&is-server-instance=true&jag=true&jaguser=true&locale=en-UK&nps-acknowledged=true&nps-not-opted-out=true&tempo_is_jira_version_equal_or_greater_than_7.0.0=true&tempo_is_tempo_core_licensed=false:11880:1375)
        at Object. (https://jira.oodrive.net/s/deef7bdc6295b1e7528d2d51419f1569-CDN/en_UKi1k89m/71013/85cc369448ce7c5d570576ececfab009/bea579341b7e51d6eb50488c4fdf0df4/_/download/contextbatch/js/greenhopper-rapid-non-gadget,atl.general,gh-rapid,jira.global,jira.project.sidebar,jira.general,-_super/batch.js?agile_global_admin_condition=true&is-server-instance=true&jag=true&jaguser=true&locale=en-UK&nps-acknowledged=true&nps-not-opted-out=true&tempo_is_jira_version_equal_or_greater_than_7.0.0=true&tempo_is_tempo_core_licensed=false:11874:970)
        at j (https://jira.oodrive.net/s/9d34ea99a8588a07a59556232d11d95c-CDN/en_UKi1k89m/71013/85cc369448ce7c5d570576ececfab009/0c798f90b1a61deafa1d5193fc512be9/_/download/contextbatch/js/_super/batch.js?atlassian.aui.raphael.disabled=true&locale=en-UK:38:58)
        at Object.fireWith [as resolveWith] (https://jira.oodrive.net/s/9d34ea99a8588a07a59556232d11d95c-CDN/en_UKi1k89m/71013/85cc369448ce7c5d570576ececfab009/0c798f90b1a61deafa1d5193fc512be9/_/download/contextbatch/js/_super/batch.js?atlassian.aui.raphael.disabled=true&locale=en-UK:39:361)
        at d (https://jira.oodrive.net/s/9d34ea99a8588a07a59556232d11d95c-CDN/en_UKi1k89m/71013/85cc369448ce7c5d570576ececfab009/0c798f90b1a61deafa1d5193fc512be9/_/download/contextbatch/js/_super/batch.js?atlassian.aui.raphael.disabled=true&locale=en-UK:164:292)
        at XMLHttpRequest.b (https://jira.oodrive.net/s/9d34ea99a8588a07a59556232d11d95c-CDN/en_UKi1k89m/71013/85cc369448ce7c5d570576ececfab009/0c798f90b1a61deafa1d5193fc512be9/_/download/contextbatch/js/_super/batch.js?atlassian.aui.raphael.disabled=true&locale=en-UK:176:149)


    • Looking for this error on Atlassian support pages, I found: Accessing Jira Software boards in browsers returns SyntaxError: Unexpected token error. From this article, the culprit is the "Grammarly" extension. However, I don't use this latter, so disabling my extensions 1 by 1 I ended up to figure out that this was EWC the culprit in my case.

    I guess it should be due to a recent change in EWC, as I have it installed for years, and faced this Jira issue only for 2 or 3 months.

    Repro info:

    • Vivaldi  1.16.1259.3 (Official Build) (32-bit)
    • Chrome 68.0.3440.106 (Official Build) (64-bit)
    • EWC, logs attached

    Hoping you'll be able to fix this in a future release. Thanks in advance!



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  2. I use Workflowy.com for collapsible outline information and can save exported portions of it to an Evernote note.

    My preference is that Evernote stay slim and focused.

    Let 3rd party entities address the more esoteric requirements.

    Didn't know Workflowy, checked it, and I must say that it is exactly what I was thinking of. Moreover, it is implemented in a very intuitive and natural way.

    Don't think it would really make EN more complicated or "fat" if implemented as done by Workflowy (WF), or even slightly differently as in WF it is by default. Also, FMPOV EN and WF serve very similar purposes: notes taking, so can't get why such a feature wouldn't be adapted to EN while it is for WF...

  3. Hi,

    A feature I miss in Evernote for Windows is the capability to hide some, less important, parts of a note. The idea would be to have the possibility to set a block of text as collapsible, thanks to a little - in front of the block, that would turn to + when collapsed, thus allowing to expand it if needed. Of course, the current state of these blocks (collapsed vs. expanded) should be saved with the note, and restored when the note is displayed next time.

    What do you think?


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