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I'm just getting started with Evernote, still kind of testing things out. A couple of things I've noticed so far about the Windows Mobile client:

I can't edit notes that have rich text in them. I think this is the same issue on the iPhone from reading these forums. Is this because Evernote is using some built in text editor that doesn't have this ability? Any way we might see this happen in the future?

Also, seems like you can't edit or even view attributes for a given note.

Is there no way to delete notes? I can't find it...

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The mobile interfaces are pruned to fit in the limited screen space of the typical device (e.g. 320x240), so we leave off some advanced things like attributes.

We don't have a way to edit rich text on Windows Mobile, so we prevent you from losing your rich markup by editing the note in a text-only editor. You should, however, be able to edit any text note that you created on that mobile device.

I'm pretty sure the WM client has some way to delete notes, but I don't have a device handy today. If you can't find it, I'm sure you can do it via the mobile web interface:

http://www.evernote.com/m

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The mobile interfaces are pruned to fit in the limited screen space of the typical device (e.g. 320x240), so we leave off some advanced things like attributes.

We don't have a way to edit rich text on Windows Mobile, so we prevent you from losing your rich markup by editing the note in a text-only editor. You should, however, be able to edit any text note that you created on that mobile device.

I'm pretty sure the WM client has some way to delete notes, but I don't have a device handy today. If you can't find it, I'm sure you can do it via the mobile web interface:

http://www.evernote.com/m

Sorry, you're right about Delete. Somehow I wasn't seeing it before. Well, add me to a list of people who'd love to see attribute editing in the mobile (and web) clients, as well as editing of rich text. As for the display, mine is an HTC Touch Pro with 640x480, and it seems all HTC's new ones this year are even higher than that...

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