saturnine23 2 Posted November 8, 2011 Share Posted November 8, 2011 Hi all,First post. Sorry if this has been asked before, but a quick forum search didn't turn up any results.I experience a bug in Evernote (Win XP SP3) sometimes when e-mailing notes. (Note that I'm talking about using the "Send By E-mail" feature accessible by hitting the "E-mail" button, or right-clicking on a note and finding "Send By E-mail" under the "Share" context menu.)Sometimes -- and I can honestly never tell if it's gonna do it or not -- Evernote hangs after the send, with a wide progress bar on the screen that reads "Session Completed". If I close that progress bar (which is in a small window of its own), I find that behind it the original "Send By E-mail" dialog is still open. However, it's not refreshing -- there's usually a big white band of nothing where the progress bar used to overlap. If I "x" out of that window, I get an error box from Windows saying that Evernote has stopped responding. Pressing "End Now" in that dialog kills the Evernote program window, but the elephant icon stays active in the System Tray, and a new Evernote program window opens as normal if I click on the elephant.Stranger still, even when the "Send By E-mail" feature works correctly, I get a weird glitch. Upon a successful send, Evernote will randomly hand off focus to another program currently running on the start bar. For example, if I had calculator running in the background, then upon hitting "send" in the E-mail dialog box, Evernote would suddenly be backgrounded and calculator, which may have even been minimized, will suddenly pop to the foreground.I should note that in both of the above cases, the e-mail actually sends successfully, though in the Evernote crash scenario, I have occasionally experienced mild data loss if the autosave didn't write my latest note changes to disc.Has anyone else experienced this bug? Are the developers aware of it?Thanks for such an amazing piece of software.-Dan Link to comment
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