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  1. Why on earth have they disabled "Simplify Formatting"? The web clipper has always made something of a hash of recipes, which is in part down to the Pinterest-ization of recipe blogs and the bloated narratives people feel the need to add to cultivate "relatability," but is also the fault of the clipper for not handling the translation into plain text well. "Simplify formatting" is essential to be able to read the recipe and not have to manually strip out all the little boxes and doodles and fillips strewn everywhere. It's bad enough that I no longer have the option to have my list of other n
  2. Have you submitted a support request? I have the same problem in Evernote for Mac.
  3. Where did you find this "magic wand" and is it on Mac or PC? And where is this "formatting menu"? I actually don't even have a formatting menu in Evernote for Mac any more when I'm dealing with clipped content (oy vey)...
  4. I've submitted a support ticket. Two updates ago, they removed the "delete note" trash can icon, because that's the kind of thing you hide in a UI, of course. Now they've removed this function that I use on just about every recipe I clip, one of the two major functions Evernote serves for me. What's the issue here?
  5. I absolutely need this feature. When I'm teaching, I have a notebook for each class. I have a notebook stack for each school where I've taught. As I've exited academia, I would like to archive these notebooks while preserving their structure. Going through and tagging everything isn't a solution, and doesn't solve the problem of the notebooks and stacks popping up when I'm trying to move notes or use the web clipper.
  6. Any progress on this issue? I am tired of having to manually delete ads, comments, etc from recipes that are saved with the full article view.
  7. Yes, I did not have this issue prior to this release, and now I'm having it 100% of the time I go to clip - I always have to reload, sometimes twice. (Using Chrome for Mac, running OSX 10.11.6.)
  8. As of right now, the Web Clipper 6.10.1 won't work at all on NY Times recipes without reloading each page several times. http://cooking.nytimes.com/recipes/1017767-garlic-parsley-potato-cakes http://cooking.nytimes.com/recipes/1015413-brandied-pumpkin-pie http://cooking.nytimes.com/recipes/1017265-ludo-lefebvres-roasted-carrot-salad All got this error, some after multiple reloads:
  9. Continuing to have this problem, including with all recipes from Smitten Kitchen - https://smittenkitchen.com/ - which appears to have changed its coding since I posted back in July. Using Simplified Article now means losing the first photo, and information from the ingredients list.
  10. No problem. I'm glad to provide more. NY Times recipes all seem to have this problem; the Smitten Kitchen blog does not. But here's one that comes out even worse; if you clip "simplified article" you lose the whole recipe and get nothing but the comments! http://www.kingarthurflour.com/recipes/double-chocolate-zucchini-bread-recipe
  11. I can provide some other URLs, and/or screen shots if needed since it seems like the original poster stopped replying.
  12. I have this problem also, but with recipes from the nytimes.com website. I can't speak to America's Test Kitchen recipes, but with NY Times recipes, clipping "Article" does the job correctly while "Simplified article" does not - removes numbers and adds bullets. I would be glad to provide screen shots if needed, but one example that I clipped today was from this page: http://cooking.nytimes.com/recipes/12469-rhubarb-ice-cream-with-a-caramel-swirl
  13. Seems like this would be an action one would need to take for any re-used checklist (a packing list for business trips, for example). My RSI would really like for there to be a way to handle this easily....
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