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  1. I was investigating why I was getting what looked like injected html for evernote clearly in my pages having uninstalled the clearly extension. I was most puzzled by this. Turns out its evernote clipper doing it! I am left wondering why the web clipper is injecting html into pages I am not clipping from? I am developing a web application, so sit in the inspector a lot of the time, and when experiencing an issue with a scrolling div got distracted by this extra html wondering if it was responsible for the anomalies. It turned out it wasn't but thats besides the point. I don't want extra html in my pages when I am developing, but I do want to run the web clipper because its very useful. This is a recent change. Is it intentional? Is there a way I can turn that particular behaviour off? The injected HTML in question is: <style id="_clearly_component__css" type="text/css">#next_pages_container { width: 5px; hight: 5px; position: absolute; top: -100px; left: -100px; z-index: 2147483647 !important; } </style> <div id="_clearly_component__next_pages_container"></div> Can't imagine why that would need to be injected before the web clipper button is pressed.
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