MatC 28 Posted November 19, 2013 Share Posted November 19, 2013 There are three things that I do all the time in Evernote on Android, and they don't seem to work in the latest version... Issue 1 - blank lines automatically removedWhen writing notes, I tend to leave a few extra lines at the end of the note so that if I have to move the cursor around for corrections, I don't accidentally hit the text formatting buttons.If I put some carriage returns at the end of a note to leave a few spare lines, the latest version of the Android client seems to remove them when I save the note and reopen it. This is quite annoying, as I tend to append to notes regularly, having to add these lines every time is a pain. Especially as I don't get the little caret below the cursor any more either, see below... Issue 2 - missing cursor caretIn other android apps, if I click somewhere in text that I'm editing, I get a little arrow below the cursor to help me move the cursor around to the right location. In Evernote, I don't seem to get this any more. I'm using Swype, but I've tried changing back the standard keyboard and it does the same thing, and it works fine in GMail and other apps. Issue 3 - double tapPreviously, I used to be able to double tap a word to select it, in the latest version if I double tap a word, it selects briefly, with arrows under each end which would enable me to expand or cantract the selection and an edit menu flashes up, but then 1 second later it unselects and the edit menu dissapears. I can still get the same functionality by doing a long press on a word, but double tap is much faster, so having to long press instead slows me down quite a bit. Double tap and long press used to do the same thing, the latest version seems to have broken double tap behaviour. Evernote is still my favourite Android app by far, but these 3 things that seem to have turned up in the latest version slow down note taking for me quite a bit, and earlier versions didn't have these issues, which is quite frustrating! Link to comment
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