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Firefox Stop Script Message After Saving a Clipped Page

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This has gone in for several weeks. Started a few weeks on my old computer.

Got a new computer and a fresh download to re-install evernote clipper for Firefox.

In both computers, got a stop save script after saving, but before getting the second screen from Evernote that indicate the clip was saved.

this results in speed in ALL of my apps slowing to a crawl and I have exit all programs and reboot my machine.

This has happened so many times that I am now reluctant to use Evernote. When I see something I really want to clip, and I decide to take a chance, it will do it all over again.

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Hi.  What's your OS and what clipper version do you have installed.  If its the later one for Firefox Windows,  does changing these options help?  (This is the Chrome clipper page,  but Firefox is pretty identical...)

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8 hours ago, silverfox229 said:

Evernote Version 6.10.2 (ff7b710/1.1.0.926

Have you checked for an update?  That seems older than both my Firefox and Chrome versions...

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If that's the clipper version you're quoting,  the details are under the 'Elephant' icon in your browser.  Click to Clip,  then choose Options to see the version at the top.

Evernote > Help will give you the database version,  not Clipper.

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Clipper is where I got the version number from.

There is no place in Clipper to ask for an update. That is in Help in Evernote itself.

 

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Hmmn.  The Clipper gets updated via the browser - it should happen automatically unless you have that feature switched off...  This is my Firefox option...

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