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  1. It's always worked for me, so I'm not sure what's wrong in your case. Could it be the way you write out the phone numbers? Do you use periods to separate the numbers or some other format that might not be recognized? I use it all the time for phone numbers and addresses.
  2. Yeah, it probably wouldn't work. I don't know much about that app and couldn't find useful info on their site.
  3. Gotcha. In that case, you could use the Evernote web-clipper. If you highlight just the picture you want and then clip the webpage you should be able to have it only clip the highlighted section (the picture, etc) and it will keep the source url. Did any of these things work out for you?
  4. My assumption was that the problem wasn't it being too big of file size for it to fit into a note, but that they just didn't want the file size to be as big as it is.
  5. Are you using the Evernote clipper or an app like skitch? If you're using skitch then you could just lower the quality of the jpg if that's the file type you prefer. You could also make an automator workflow that would shrink any images that enter a specific folder (or have it be a service, etc). I have a workflow template I could give you, however, that only helps if you're not using the Evernote screenshot - if you are using that (so it directly goes in a note) I can't think of anything you can do besides lower your resolution (which would be lame).
  6. Do you mean "snap from link..."? If so, what you do is click the bottom lefthand button (by default it shows "1:1" but if you click it, it will show a "%"). Then instead of having scroll options because the clip doesn't all fit, it will shrink it to all fit in the window and then you can crop the way you normally do by going to the edge of the picture and click&drag the mouse. Does that help? I'm confused by the "snap safari" that you're talking about, but I think this is your solution.
  7. You're not "wrong" just different. OCR via evernote only works for premium users (which I've assumed that Grumpy Monkey is). However, not all people like the way evernote ocr's it's pdfs. Personally, I've downloaded the ocr version of pdf's I put in evernote to and I don't like it very much so if I have time I try to ocr it before I put it in evernote - though if I don't, it will do it on it's own (again, only if you have premium).
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