evernote-rqm 0 Posted August 24, 2011 Share Posted August 24, 2011 One one Windows computer, I still use an old Evernote client version 188.8.131.525 because of some features it had that have been removed from all the newer Evernote clients. With that version, I could use Evernote to take a screen clip and while the area was selected, I could hit printscreen again and be presented with editing tools similar to Windows Paint. I could draw markings on my screenclip such as circles, freehand, text, etc. I could then save my changes and it would be clipped into my note.I have used Evernote since 2008 and 95% of all my notes consist of technical instructions such as how to set up a new software package. These notes contain many screenshots. With an up-to-date Evernote client, I no longer have the capability to annotate a screenshot on the fly and have to individually edit each screenshot by opening it up in Windows paint. This procedure takes much longer than it used to when I could simply edit a screenshot on the fly. If there is still a way to do this, I would like to know how. If not, then I beg Evernote to put that feature back in or at least give me an option to have some sort of built-in editing.Thanks,Rod Link to comment
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