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  1. Well, still no official acknowledgement from Evernote, but I have a build of web clipper installable under later/current SeaMonkey builds, and based on the 5.9.1 Firefox extension. If you browse my FTP site (ftp.<the domain in my signature>), under /pub/Mozilla/Extensions/modified-for-SM-2.x, you might find something of interest. These are not official releases, and are subject to being removed from the server upon request by the lawful owner of the code, but hopefully, some people here may find them of use until an official SeaMonkey build arrives. Cheers
  2. Well, I could agree that OS/2 is not relevant to you, though it is not Linux (see http://www.ecomstation.com). However, your Mac is based on BSD, which is surely closer to Linux. My diff also addresses changes to the Tools menu in the browser, in case you use that instead of the status bar icon (though I have not yet implemented the complete submenu as it appears in Firefox). Also note changes to support the preferences panel (unless those only apply to making the app function on OS/2 as it does on Linux - can't quite recall offhand). Cheers
  3. There are some more minor changes required (only a few). My internal builds also include changes required to support OS/2. PM me if interested in checking out my changes.
  4. The HTML5 PDF Viewer seems to work quite nicely: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/pdfjs/?src=ss It's a no-restart extensioin, and even works under SeaMonkey. I just tested against Webclipper for Firefox 5.8.293482, and it worked as expected (under openSUSE 12.3, SeaMonkey 2.20 - I modify Webclipper to run under SeaMonkey, but none of my tweaks impact basic functionality one way or the other). I accessed the pdf in a browser tab, started the web clipper, clipped the PDF by clicking the button in the web clipper, and then viewed it. It opened in a new browser window, looking just as I had expected it to look, with a handy link at the top to the original file. HTH
  5. Actually, the patches for making this work on SM are ridiculously minimal (at least they have been in the past). However, while I ahve submitted my changes to EN, they seem to still decline to add support for SM.
  6. Thanks, Peter; done. I've also updated my changes for the latest release of the Firefox extension (; no further modifications needed for this build beyond what I already did. I got an acknowledgement from Support indicating that they would pass my diff along to the development team, so hopefully, my changes will be incorporated in a future release. Cheers
  7. Greetings, all... At the request of a client, I've tweaked the beta of the Firefox extension to install under SeaMonkey, on all previously supported platforms and added support for OS/2 (which is handled like Linux, but uses the same path separators as Windows). I've tested it under SeaMonkey 2.7.2 on OS/2 (eComStation 2.1), 2.9.1 on openSUSE 12.1, and 2.9.1 on Windows 2000 (I don't have a Mac handy at the moment). I'd like to submit the changes to Evernote for possible inclusion in official releases, but need approval as the code does not appear to be open source.
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