rdp2014 0 Posted May 2, 2016 Share Posted May 2, 2016 In a typical Windows standard conceptual framework, some users with at least little experience might want to change the focus for active window from whichever is the element one has clicked with the primary mouse button the last. After this, one can move throughout elements by using the directional arrows in a keyboard. This doesn't happen with the reminders list, but rather, the focus remains in the notes for the last notebook that has been active. I bet that's a desirable characteristic from which users might benefit in usability. To have the opportunity to move throughout elements with the directional arrow keys from the keyboard. Continue the great work you do with Evernote. Thanks. Link to comment
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