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kombo

Notebook stacks are always collapsed on launch

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Prior to Sierra update, any time I launched Evernote all of my stacks were expanded based on my last use and saved status. Now, each time I launch it, I have to expand all stacks. Can we get the old behavior back? I'm running version 6.9 (454042 App Store).

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I'm on Evernote 6.9 on El Cap and it's doing it for me as well. It's annoying and slows me down every time I launch Evernote because it's not the view I had when I last quit Evernote (which is how Evernote used to behave for as long as I recall).

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Hi @kombo, @ScottInRiverFalls, and @Kent_S. I've been able to reproduce this issue on my own Macbook Pro. Would you mind submitting a support ticket if you haven't already and letting me know the number here? We definitely would like to gather more information on this. Thanks!

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12 minutes ago, BSR said:

Hi @kombo, @ScottInRiverFalls, and @Kent_S. I've been able to reproduce this issue on my own Macbook Pro. Would you mind submitting a support ticket if you haven't already and letting me know the number here? We definitely would like to gather more information on this. Thanks!

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Submitted ticket #1847211

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7 hours ago, BSR said:

Hi @kombo, @ScottInRiverFalls, and @Kent_S. I've been able to reproduce this issue on my own Macbook Pro. Would you mind submitting a support ticket if you haven't already and letting me know the number here? We definitely would like to gather more information on this. Thanks!

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Ticket# 1847502

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I am having the same issue. Is there any resolution to this problem?

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