SoftwareMarcus 388 Posted July 13, 2015 Share Posted July 13, 2015 Today we released Evernote for Mac 6.0.16 which fixes the sidebar font issue on Yosemite. This is a very targeted release and only contains the sidebar font fix and a few other bug fixes including one around note contents not appearing in a shared notebook under specific circumstances and a fix for the #1 crashing bug in our App Store release which occurred during the upgrade process. This does NOT include a fix for the note editor issue for Lion customers who are seeing weird selection behavior after deleting words. We already have a fix for this issue but are continuing to test it internally. Since it’s a note editor change, we won’t ship an update until our next big release but we’ll have a beta version ready soon for those that would like to use the latest software. Also, I want to give everyone a heads up that we will be dropping support for older OSs in the not too distant future as we prepare and make changes to support Apple's latest operating system called OS X El Capitan. This won't affect most of you since it looks like almost everyone has upgraded to either OS X 10.9 or 10.10 but obviously there are a few of you continuing to use Lion and Mountain Lion. What this means is if you use Apple's old operating systems you won't be able to upgrade to the latest version of Evernote. We have NOT dropped support yet but I wanted to make everyone aware that it's coming. You can download this release at: Evernote for 6.0.16 DMG. By the way, if you ever want to revert back to a previous version of the software, please check the release forum posts where i typically add direct download links to each version. The Mac App Store version has been submitted to Apple and we’ll release it once Apple gives us approval. Please report 6.0.16 issues here so it's easier for us to find. I’ve been out on vacation for a couple of weeks which is why you haven’t seen me comment in the forums lately but I’m back. Link to comment
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