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Evernote, OneNote web clipper highlighter doesn't work

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Both Evernote and OneNote web clipper extensions' highlighter doesn't seem to work (they don't highlight text in clipped web pages). This happens with FF only, have tried with Chrome and it works fine. Since both extensions show the same behavior and they do their job with other browser I tend to think it is a FF's issue. Does anyone know how to trouble shoot it? Thanks!

Both Evernote and OneNote web clipper extensions' highlighter doesn't seem to work (they don't highlight text in clipped web pages). This happens with FF only, have tried with Chrome and it works fine. Since both extensions show the same behavior and they do their job with other browser I tend to think it is a FF's issue. Does anyone know how to trouble shoot it? Thanks!

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Hi

This does not sound like an issue with Firefox itself, but an add-on that you have installed.

Add-ons are created by a large community of independent developers. The developer for the add-on that you are using is the best person to contact for help and support with their software. You can find their contact details by clicking on their name on the page that you downloaded the add-on from.

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Hi

This does not sound like an issue with Firefox itself, but an add-on that you have installed.

Add-ons are created by a large community of independent developers. The developer for the add-on that you are using is the best person to contact for help and support with their software. You can find their contact details by clicking on their name on the page that you downloaded the add-on from.

Hi This does not sound like an issue with Firefox itself, but an add-on that you have installed. Add-ons are created by a large community of independent developers. The developer for the add-on that you are using is the best person to contact for help and support with their software. You can find their contact details by clicking on their name on the page that you downloaded the add-on from.