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I enabled the "Elephant in the menubar" and I use it to capture bits of text. I also wanted to use it to capture parts of screen images, but it doesn't work correctly. When I use the "Clip Rectangle" function, it loses the top of the image. To use Clip Rectangle, I click on the Elephant icon in the menubar, which displays a window. I click the icon on the top for "Clip Rectangle" and I see a horizontal and vertical line, which track my mouse movement. I move to the upper left corner of the part of the screen I want, click the mouse, and drag to the desired lower right corner. Horizontal and vertical guide lines clearly indicate where I select. Also, the un-selected part of the screen is covered in gray. The image that's saved is NOT what I selected. It appears to clip the image 100 pixels lower than I wanted. The resulting image contains an additional 100 pixels that are appropriately covered with the gray. I am using an iMac running the latest Mavericks updates and 2 monitors. The problem appears on both monitors. It does not appear on "capture the whole screen," which captures both screens. I have attached an example in which I clipped a 250x250 image of the text typed above, starting from the upper left corner. The clipped result skips the first three sentences entirely and starts part-way into the third paragraph. Additional text that was NOT selected is covered in gray.
I am running Mac OS X 10.7.4 and evernote 3.0.6. I had been using Image Capture to scan docs directly to Evernote when suddenly a week ago the "scan to" evernote preference disappeared from the Image Capture screen. I tried to "scan to " other and choose Evernote but Evernote is grayed out in the applications folder. Can someone help me resolve this issue.