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Tidewind

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  1. Evernote Web Clipper stopped working for me tonight with Apple Safari. I deleted and reinstalled Evernote Web Clipper and am still having problems. I am using the following: 2014 MacBook Pro macOS 10.12.6 Sierra Safari 11.0 Note: Evernote Web Clipper does continue to work with Google Chrome — Version 61.0.3163.100 (Official Build) (64-bit) Any suggestions would be most welcome. Thanks. Brian
  2. Hi! I have an incredibly stupid question: Can I share an Evernote with the public? Specifically, I'm writing a travel guidebook, and want to create an interactive packing check list with my readers. My goal is to give Evernote-using readers of my book a tool that they can subscribe to check off what they've packed for their trips from a suggested list, one that they can re-use over and over again. My wife and I constantly share Evernotes and notebooks, and I've used a packing list I've created to help me not forget essentials for upcoming trips, as well as to never leave anything behind in my hotel room. You know, little things like my phone, wallet, wedding ring, passport, etc. Sure, I could create a check list document with an app like Word or Adobe InDesign, and save it as a .pdf. And I still might. But I thought that using Evernote for this, and sharing it with others, could be a tremendous help. Where I'm ignorant is whether Evernote's public note sharing function would really support this. Thanks in advance for your ideas and suggestions. I'm trying to avoid looking as stupid as I normally do!
  3. UPDATE: On Safari 7.1, I disabled the AdBlock extension after reading the posting from Sentinel above (thank you!). As soon as I disabled AdBlock, Evernote Web Clipper for Safari was functional again (yay!). I then re-enabled AdBlock, tested Evernote Web Clipper in Safari (OS-X Mavericks) Version 7.1 and am happy to report I am successful in clipping with Evernote Web Clipper and Safari on my Mac. UPDATE 2: After doing item #1 above, and disabling/re-enabling Evernote Web Clipper, I am happy to report that it now works correctly in the latest versions of Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome on my Mac. I should note that performance of Evernote Web Clipper on Firefox is choppy, and only allows me to clip full pages, not articles. But it's better than nothing. The Chrome version now works exactly like the Safari version. I am officially a happy camper - Evernote Web Clipper is a really important tool for me. Thank you, Sentinel! Thanks, Evernote!
  4. I am having issues with Evernote Web Clipper as well. Some details that I hope might help: 1. I am running a current MacBook Pro, OS-X 10.9.5 (Mavericks), Safari 7.1, Evernote Web Clipper 6.1. 2. Last night, I ran the installer for OS-X Security Update 2014-005. Evernote Web Clipper stopped functioning on Safari after that. 3. Evernote Web Clipper does not work on the current versions of Mozilla Firefox as well as Google Chrome. 4. Recently, I have encountered a number of failed attempts to clip, and have had to attempt to clip several times before the clip was successful. This was before I ran the latest Apple OS-X Security update. 5. I have tried to uninstall and reinstall Evernote Web Clipper 6.1 after discovering it does not function. Any suggestions would be most welcome. Thank you.
  5. Thanks everyone! I waited all day, restarted Evernote and re-synched. I checked the Shared Tab, and also checked the status of my subscribing to the public note, (Hydrogen News https://www.evernote.com/pub/dsarna/hydrogennews), but still, no luck. I also tried deleting other shared notes to which I had subscribed, and still, no luck. Do you think the Soviet KGB is behind this? At this point, my money's on that one. I'll try submitting a trouble ticket tomorrow. (Say that fast out loud three times. On second thought, better not.) So yes, I did everything you suggested. I'm open to more ideas on what to do. Thanks for your help!
  6. Hi! I'm a fairly new user of Evernote, and the more I use it, the more indispensable it becomes. I'm having a problem with shared public or privately notes in Evernote. Specifically, if I subscribe to a shared note (like one that I recently did with my wife and another I signed up for today on hydrogen energy), I can view the shared note in the Web-based version of Evernote. But for some reason, if I try to view the same shared notes in the OS-X version of Evernote, the public notebook's notes don't appear. I can see the public and private shared notebooks in the iOS version of Evernote on my iPhone, but not on my Mac. Can anyone tell me what I might be doing wrong? Thanks in advance for your help!
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