Huh? The import from Evernote to DEVONthink is different because the import from Chrome to Evernote is different than the import from Safari to Evernote? Well – yes – maybe (though not over here) – but that has nothing to do with DEVONthink. DEVONthink is importing what it finds – it can do nothing about where you found the content or how you clipped it into Evernote.
The Evernote Web Clippers do work differently in each browser – they are separate pieces of software. Depending on the web page, the differences may be large or small.
All I know is that when I import an EN Note (created using the Chrome EN Clipper) into DTP it displays quite differently than it does in Evernote. My screenshots below document this.
@korm, your post in my other thread caused me to review the Safari EN Clipper, and it does indeed work very much like the Chrome EN Clipper. This is a big change from the last time I used Safari, which was well over a year ago.
BTW, you keep referring to “over here”. Exactly where is “over here”?