addendum to 11/20 bug report Rated 3 out of 5 stars

After much digging and messing around, I have gotten Evernote clipper to work w/FF8. The main culprit, it seems, is the diigo toolbar, which also interferes with joiliprint.

I'm glad to have fixed this up, but in the doing of it, I discovered four (4) working installs of evernote, in nested directories, in various versions. Only one of them appeared in Control Panel > add/remove applications. It appears that Evernote, when installing updates, looks for an evernote directory, walks the tree until it cannot find a directory called 'evernote' and then deposits a new evernote directory, where it installs the latest version. I can't imagine this is intended. Deleting the extra versions seems to have no harmful effect.

I would like to see Evernote Clipper allow the insertion of tags at the time of clipping (as do and The need to open the evernote app after the clipping is somewhat burdonsome.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on ( 

Clipper does not work in FF8 Rated 1 out of 5 stars

I have:
removed the extension and reinstalled it twice, once from inside FF and once from the mozilla site.
uninstalled and reinstalled Evernote
removed and reinstalled FF, once at 7.0.1 and the second time at 8.0

It says here to not post bug reports in reviews, but there is NO OTHER place to post bug reports, so here it is.

The button appears on the toolbar, the right click menu has *two* 'add to evernote' items, one of which has its own drop-down. The 'tools menu has an 'add to evernote' item.

None of them work. At all. There is no response, whatever, to any of the possible input items.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (