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I installed Evernote and the Web Clipper. Now the Web Clipper appears frequently unbidden, meaning I have to click it closed so I can see the webpage. I thought it was not supposed to appear until I clicked on the icon to open it. I cannot find any setting to turn this off. Using iMac/OS 10.11.3/Safari, everything up to date.
Hi, though I am very satisfied with the overall functionalities offered in the web clipper for desktop, I wish we could have a HIGHLIGHTING function, allowing us to just clip one sentence, a turn of phrase, a few words only, rather than having as only option to choose a portion of screen. Furthermore, the absence of a proper clipper both on iPhone and iPad renders your tool close to useless for me, and I have had to use Pocket instead that offers to tag, an ABSOLUTELY ESSENTIAL tool, especially when you use Evernote as a blogging tool repository. Without the ability to keyword or "tag" text
Maybe it is not downloading - I don't see the Evernote icon in my browser bar when I'm on the web page I want to clip, as they seem to show in the video, but it is at the very top of my screen and in the dock (and, of course in the browser bar when I am in Evernote). I can clip a section of a web page but not the entire page. What am I missing??? I have Evernote Premium.
Using Safari 9.0 on Mac OS 10.10.5. When I select "simplified article" from the web clipper, the text of the simplified article is being written on top of the text of the web page. That is, the "background" for the simplified article is no longer present. This began happening this morning, with no recent changes to anything on my computer. I'm attaching a screen clip so you can see exactly what I mean. This happens no matter what site I clip from.