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If I view a web page in Safari's "reader" mode (eliminating all the extraneous ads and links) and try to capture the page using the EN Web Clipper, nothing happens. I can create a note in Evernote when the page is fully displayed. Is there a way to make this work? Does the Web Clipper perform better at this in other browsers or other operating systems? Thanks so much, Jim Robertson
Webclipper is awesome but in most cases it doesn't remove clutter( ads and stuff ) properly. Safari Reader removes clutter the correct way. But when you hit Reader in Safari on an article, the evernote web clipper bookmarklet doesn't work anymore. So currently i use Safari Reader to Remove clutter. Then hit Command P, Save as PDF, then import the PDF in Evernote. I hope this can be done in less steps. Any ideas about this? Ive added a pic to show difference.
Since the latest update of Voice Dream Reader, a text to speech app for iPhone/iPad/iPod, I am using Evernote to pull notes and open in this reader. But I am having trouble easily searching through Evernote notebooks to select the note to be read aloud. Are there any EN users who are also using this reader? This is important for use as assistive technology for those who have a print disability. Hearing a note read aloud is often more effective for learning, such as for a person with dyslexia. I want to edit notes in EN and then copy/paste or just pull up the note into Voice Dream Reader. FYI: Dropbox and Instapaper and Pocket were the first big connections made through Voice Dream Reader but now adding Evernote will be a big boost to use of TTS with a note. Tips are welcome!
Using EV client version 3.1.0,1225 (yes, I know - it's ancient, but it works for me...), with WIN-XP SP3 -32 bit. When I read a PDF stored as an EV Note, EV pops up an info window, saying it's using the FOXIT PDF Reader inside EV, to render the PDF. That's OK... But what if the PDF (stored and rendered inside EV), contains an embeded, malicious JS script, and the JS script gets executed by the EV Foxit Reader? For my local PDF files (in my HD), I read PDF files with Sumatra PDF Reader or PDF-Xchange Reader, both with JS script execution TURNED OFF... Question: ======== Does EVs Foxit Reader have JS script execution TURNED OFF ? (while rendering a PDF file INSIDE the EV client version 3.1.0,1225). If it is not turned off, that would be a HUGE security risk in PDF rendering inside Evernote!. Is this a Security Risk? Thanks for any opinions or facts.