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Hello, this is something rather annoying. In Evernote for Windows if I want to copy some text along with image from one note to another I get this:

image.png.2fd86661f620f502be199e2695822dd3.png

if I want to have the image visible I have to click on the link, save it as file, open the file in some image viewer, copy and paste again into Evernote to have it as before.

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16 minutes ago, McVitas said:

Hello, this is something rather annoying. In Evernote for Windows if I want to copy some text along with image from one note to another I get this:

image.png.2fd86661f620f502be199e2695822dd3.png

if I want to have the image visible I have to click on the link, save it as file, open the file in some image viewer, copy and paste again into Evernote to have it as before.

I agree that this behaviour is extremely annoying especially as for me the image flashes up momentarily before being replaced by the file that cannot be rendered attachment. A much easier work around is to copy either text or an image but not both. I can copy the text first and then copy the image and it works fine. Still a pain, but easier, in my opinion, than having to download the image.

 

 

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the problem is I actually did CUT instead of COPY, so I couldn't redo it by copying text and then the image :-] Yes I know I could have pressed the undo button in this situation probably...

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4 hours ago, Mike P said:

A much easier work around is to copy either text or an image but not both.

Or take a screenshot?  (Appreciate that's not always feasible or acceptable,  but it would work...)

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8 hours ago, Mike P said:

A much easier work around is to copy either text or an image but not both.

3 hours ago, gazumped said:

Or take a screenshot?  (Appreciate that's not always feasible or acceptable,  but it would work...)

I personally do both of those suggestions depending on the situation.

Sometimes, if there is a lot of text and images, then I duplicate the note and delete the content from the duplicated note that I didn't want to cut/copy.

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