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  1. Clipper v. - OS version number : 10.9 - Safari version number : Version 7.0 (9537.71) - URL where issue happens : FileMaker help pages - Description of steps to reproduce it. I open it up and the frames seem to not be anchored to right side of the page (where the Evernote bar is). Screenshot
  2. I just looked at the link for your Android version and I like the set-up you have going on there. I'd like to see all the functionality of the desktop version (auto-guess or auto-fill for the notebook and the tags isn't necessary) but not necessarily the layout. I've just had too many times where the desktop version doesn't resize correctly or confuses which (and sometimes "if") text field should be active to want to deal with the desktop version. I realize some of that is mobile sites not playing nicely with a desktop layout, all while trying to do it on the screen of an iPhone, but if it can be avoided, I think that would be best.
  3. I think what needs to be understood is that Evernote is still a growing and expanding product and solution. I know for a fact that the folks at Evernote work hard to adapt to the growing needs and organization models their customers seek to implement. While informational science is no new subject, I think it is safe to assume that Evernote, along with the rest of the Internet are still seeking to find new ways to both preserve and retrieve data. I don't see a solution coming overnight, and much less a universal one--and that's even on the front-end of things. I think it's a little unfair to say Evernote is acting arrogant, when they have and are pioneering an innovative model. I mean prior to Evernote, I had only heard of companies "renting" data storage. That said, I think you are correct in believing that new ways need to be analyzed, so that Evernote is able to organize and retrieve your growing amounts of data in a useful way.
  4. This may have to do with the migration of Skitch to Evernote as the default account.
  5. I still use it (successfully, and I don't think I've made any modifications to the workflow since I first set it up. But if you have trouble with it, let me know and hopefully we can sort it out.
  6. Also, of you're on a Mac, using Services and Automator can be helpful for importing files to Evernote. Here's a link that shows you how to set it up: http://nineboxes.net/2009/09/using-mac-os-x-services-to-import-files-into-evernote/
  7. Where are you uploading the pictures from? For instance, on the iPhone, it gives you a few options as to what file size you want to upload (actual, large, etc.).
  8. Apologies for the buzz-kill, but Evernote hasn't made any announcements about it.
  9. I tried Egretlist for a while, and it worked for a while, but I would definitely not recommend starting to use it. I found that over time, the syncing would get buggy and I would wind up having to clear and completely re-sync Egretslist with Evernote. On top of that, it seems like the developer dropped off the face of the other. Last I checked, there weren't any updates in more than a year (probably more by now) and I was never able to get in touch with the developer. In an attempt to be pro-active, I reached out to Evernote after I saw Egretlist listed in the trunk to see if they had any alternate way to get in touch with Egretlist. While I realize they may not be aware of everything going on with outside developers, I got the impression they weren't able to connect with the developer either. Not knowing what platform/device you use, I do have to say that Evernote has made great strides in adding and improving the checklist functionality in iOS. Have you tried using that within the native Evernote app?
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