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chefoncall

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  1. I'm having the same problem. Uninstalled and reinstalled twice and the problem keeps coming back. I was greeted with the error message again this morning as soon as I woke my MacBook Pro. I deleted the clipper and will wait until this is resolved. Not a happy premium user as I use Evernote constantly!
  2. I have uninstalled and reinstalled 3 times now and I still keep getting the same message. I just gave up and uninstalled it until this problem gets resolved.
  3. Yes, I'm using a 2011 Macbook Pro with Radeon graphics.
  4. That's the version of Chrome and I'm on version 5.4 for the clipper. I never had a problem before version 5.4.
  5. Mac OS X 10.7.4, Chrome Version 19.0.1084.53. It has occurred on multiple URL's but here is one for the NY Times that the text appeared oversized and inverted. The second time I tried to clip it, the screen went black. The clipper is set to save the article but I have tried to change it to save the page with the same effect. Thanks for your help. http://www.nytimes.com/2012/06/06/dining/pesto-bliss-produced-by-sound-and-touch.html
  6. The selection clips properly to Evernote, but I can't read what I am selecting. It makes it difficult to add tags when i can"t read what I'm selecting.
  7. Since the new clipper was released, I cannot clip selections. Once it makes the selection, the page turns black or the print becomes very large and inverted. Either way, the text is unreadable. I have deleted he clipper twice and reinstalled and deleted all cookies related to Evernote. The clipper worked once this morning after I deleted and reinstalled but when I tried to clip again, the selection went black.
  8. I've been having an issue with repeatedly being asked to sign in when I try to clip an article. I don't recall signing in so much with previous versions. I clipped an article yesterday and had to sign in again this morning even though my computer has been on the entire time.
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