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Hi community, Although I am rather new to Evernote, I have tried everything I could imagine for solving the following problem and it persists: Sometimes, when saving websites from Firefox using the Web Clipper Add-on (newest updates installed), the respective notes in the Evernote stand-alone program contain a grey spacing which appears to be overlayed onto the website view (since c&p-ing the text underneath works). This viewing bug appears to exist only with some websites, and when the note is viewed online the grey spacing ist gone. Specifically, this site on my machine consistently shows the problem: http://www.envivas.de/internet/envivas/envivas_internet.nsf/contentByKey/RGER-7G4D2F-DE-p I have made screenshots of how it shows within Evernote: http://www.evernote.com/shard/s434/sh/a0a2381f-dd54-4abf-9398-cba156c4f40a/206d9932ce40e58e0620fa5ff0ddab89 Am I missing something or is this a bug? Best regards quirin
Can no longer clip Gmail - it takes only the Subject line. Only other choice is an image of the email. Clipping a site only gets a small portion of the page - i.e. http://www.montvillemist.com.au/benchtop-dispensers.html Clipper used to work really well, now it is clunky and only partially working. Hope its just a teething problem with the new interface. I think it is a fantastic product but am not happy with it currently.
I am deciding how and if to use Evernote in my classroom. I have kept some pretty extensive web pages for each unit of my science classes with web links, unit tasks, etc. What do you see as the advantages of putting resources into Evernote, rather than a web page? Or if you used both, how would your website change? How do you see Evernote as changing classoom dynamics as a result?