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Hi! I am using the Evernote chrome extension to clip webpages, but the figures did not show (see attached screenshot) in my Evernote on iOS and Mac. But the web version of Evernote can display these figures. Why is that? FYI, this is one of the links that I would like to clip: http://mp.weixin.qq.com/s?__biz=MjM5NTk1ODM4MQ==&mid=2650693814&idx=1&sn=58eb0b8dbaa8af644c697057d8ad8530&chksm=befa5bb4898dd2a284ee162a66cf71a9d5bd0a1f73c425115207ed78ed4a87872f4c09b7eb68&mpshare=1&scene=1&srcid=1003ggpjWJOdOr39chnnU0De#rd
I use Evernote, often, to get recipes off the web. Many recipe websites have a Print button by each recipe, which simplifies the formatting, removes most ads, and leaves out the rambling discussion of the recipe. I used to, I think always, be able to click that button, see the simplified version, tell Evernote to share, and get that version saved (as Save Full Webpage). As of about a month ago (not sure exactly when), it works on only a couple websites; for most sites, now (including ones where it worked earlier), I go to the Print version, tell Evernote to share, and what's saved is the full version with all the irrelevant stuff. I'm not sure where the change is - Print version still works on a (very) few websites, but most, including ones where it worked before, it doesn't. And the change was abrupt, across many websites, which is why I suspect it's an Evernote thing rather than the websites. Is there a setting that's changed, and changeable? Is this the way Evernote works now (greatly reducing its functionality for me)? Is this the way Premium works, while the free version just gives you what you're seeing - I upgraded (because I use Evernote on multiple devices) just about the time this happened - (oh no)? Any advice?