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I use Firefox. Zero chance I'm switching to the inferior Chrome. There is also zero chance I'm enabling third-party cookies. The Web Clipper shouldn't need cookies at all, AT ALL. The old Web Clipper actually worked with the installed version of Evernote instead of a poorly-designed third-party-cookie-needing web service. Why do I pay for Evernote again!?!? It's absolute insanity that Web Clipper needs/wants third-party cookies. Please bring back a real Web Clipper that doesn't need cookies, especially third-party cookies.
Why, when I log into Evernote.com to access my data, is Evernote trying to set third party cookies to DoubleClick.net and Tealiumiq.com? DoubleClick is an ad tracking company. What are they paying you for when I open my notes? I am not sure what Tealiumiq is even after going to their website. I am continuing to block their cookies, and uBlock Origin is blocking DoubleClick scripts.
After browsing I clear cookies and cache of my firefox browser but everytime when I open firefox evernote web clipper ask for login credentials each time. I'm fed up with this. can you solve this issue please?
Web Clipper stops working and forgets login/password after user clicks "Remove all" cookies in the cookies dialog. Steps to reproduce: enable all cookies, authenticate in Web Clipper go to any site to get any cookie to enable "Remove all" button in cookies dialog go to Settings --> Privacy --> Show cookies --> press "Remove all" immediately after that Web Clipper button stops working after Firefox restart Web Clipper intro page is shown and Web Clipper asks for username and password This behaviour started about 1-2 day ago.