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iOS 8.11.1 Does Not Display Consistent Line Spacing Across Web And Mobile


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Hi there,

We had a very similar issue to this last year (in May): https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/105495-ios-82-does-not-display-double-line-spacing-format/

Usually, the line spacing in Web is preserved in mobile. However, if you create a new line in mobile, the line spacing is compromised.

I have created a note to demonstrate the issue: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s520/sh/03a47b03-1aea-429f-bbb9-7d650a762e51/487e4ffab1bc475c360b6c026d7246a4

You will see that creating a new line in iOS is not consistent with creating a new line in the Web version.

Please let me know if this can be fixed in an upcoming release or if it won't be fixed. Either way, it would be really helpful to know so I can plan accordingly.

Thank You,

Chad A

(Also, I wrote a patent pending program that would put Evernote years ahead of the current notes industry, as well as bring in potential billions from paid customers. I would like to pitch it to CEO, Chris O'Neill. Please message me if this is possible. I have a slide deck and patent information available).

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I can't see any difference at all in your example - maybe attach screenshots? 

Evernote don't normally comment on whether issues will or will not be addressed in future releases,  and this is a public forum (mainly) supported by fellow users,  so while we'd probably be interested to hear about any software that's vaguely note-taking and/ or Evernote related,  we can't get you any nearer the CEO - you might want to look into Evernote's Contact Us details on the website...

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@gazumped thanks for the reply. You won't be able to see it on your browser or app just by looking. You would have to create a new line on web and then on mobile to see the difference. Evernote employees will be able to see the difference in their system. It has to do with using <div> and <p> within notes. They had the same issue last year (linked above) and they did fix it so I'm hoping they will again.

About contacting the CEO, trust me I tried literally every angle. It's so hard to get in touch with him so I figured I'll just plug in there because Evernote employees do look at this forum.

 

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Good luck with the software,  anyways...  You might try Evernote's Twitter addresses for a connection,  or I believe Chris O'Neill is on LinkedIn - though whether he is actually aware of everything that goes through his office,  I'd probably doubt...

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Hey Evernote Team,

Could you please let me know if this issue will be fixed?

I would appreciate a response either way.

Thanks,

Chad A

(Also, I wrote a patent pending program that would put Evernote years ahead of the current notes industry, as well as bring in potential billions from paid customers. I would like to pitch it to CEO, Chris O'Neill. Please message me if this is possible. I have a slide deck and patent information available).

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On 5/17/2018 at 12:38 AM, gazumped said:

Evernote don't normally comment on whether issues will or will not be addressed in future releases

Hi.  Still true.  This is -probably- not (waves force fingers) the forum you need to get direct answers from the Developers...  try https://www.evernote.com/SupportLogin.action if you're a subscriber,  Twitter - https://twitter.com/evernotehelps if that doesn't work,  or you're not a subscriber.  

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