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I have a note that needs cleaning up...putting items in order, putting a blank line between items, etc.

I pasted the note contents into a text editor and did my edits. Then I copied and pasted into a new note. All the blank lines are gone!

I tried ^V, SH-^V, etc. to no avail.

How do I preserve my blank lines?

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5 hours ago, pikov said:

I have a note that needs cleaning up...putting items in order, putting a blank line between items, etc.

I pasted the note contents into a text editor and did my edits. Then I copied and pasted into a new note. All the blank lines are gone!

I tried ^V, SH-^V, etc. to no avail.

How do I preserve my blank lines?

May not be worth it to you to use it, but I think Wordpad will preserve the blank lines, with Ctrl-V or Ctrl-Shift-V.  Hopefully EN will fix the editor soon.

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The EOL in Wordpad is \par

Not possible to tell what it is in Word.

Evernote has to be made to recognize the ^p etc

Thanks.

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7 hours ago, pikov said:

I pasted the note contents into a text editor

Which text editor?

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Same issue here. This is simple plain text with "standard" (windows) line delimiters. Seems silly that this is broken.

 

BTW if anyone is looking for a work-around, and using notepad++, it actually DOES work correctly with unix (LF) line delimiters!

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