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  2. Well, they explicitly talk about the web application in the video, comparing the new dynamic search to the old static search. If it results in a better search experience on the web, well, yes. But if it's a template for the applications on all platforms, I'll be in wait-and-see mode...
  3. Just watched the videos and I'm really glad to see this open approach. The new management team continues to instill more confidence in me about the future of Evernote.
  4. I find "Web" in the title ominous, possibly foreshadowing the future of developmen efforts at Evernote
  5. Hi All, We’re very excited to announce the next video in our Behind the Scenes series! Join Ian and Mariano, a senior designer at Evernote, as they discuss how they’re working to make search in web more interactive, more meaningful, and more useful. We hope you enjoy, and stay tuned for new videos as they’re released over coming weeks!
  6. I've filed support tickets. Critical issues have been addressed; still some outstanding non-critical stuff, but there are work-arounds. I continue to be productive using Evernote (Mac and iPad). It's my digital file cabinet.
  7. Premium user since like forever. Too many legacy notes to make a switch worthwhile at this point. Support experience: Being made to jump through some hoops, then getting a message that the ticket was like being taken over by development and therefore closed. Never heard of it again. That includes data corruption (a big nono, note that there is no note integrity check) problems on iOS which I reported repeatedly. Saw then once, much later, the problem being addressed in a release note for iOS. Had really stopped using it by then actively on iOS, due the corruption problems and UI changes that made functionality worse. In 10+ years practically no progress on the apps, apart from misguided attempts to follow Apples latest misguided iOS design trends (remember Scott Forestall or so, I stopped use after whiteout, low contrast, minimal information density). Web interface still not fully functional (the old one is still the best)... Do we have highlights in the new one now?... I'm tired of checking. Windows : torn between using antique and beta versions, and between a little bit of useful functionality versus new, often old bugs. Long periods of "spinning beach all" or whatever the Windows equivalent is, making use a chore rather than a pleasure. The editor had some improvements, but still sucks. Don't know why some people classify it as a note taking application. Using it only for web clips and looking up legacy notes these days. The only product I'm using where I check a user forum, in hope of good news... Still waiting. Doing productive work elsewhere...
  8. I just Synched it and IT WORKS!! Again, thanks for all the help.
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  10. I remember this being a known issue, but as you say, nothing recently - maybe we're all just using different tools to rotate images!
  11. The OCR process is queued on the servers, but I find it runs quickly I can check the Note Info to see if the indexing has completed You might leave your images in image format instead of pdf The OCR standards are less restrictive, and even identifies handwriting
  12. Thanks for testing that DTLow ... I will continue to type the sentiments in but I am still wondering why I couldn't get the OCR to work? Does it happen automatically when you do a search?
  13. What information is it that you need to be OCR'd from that image?
  14. I added your image to Evernote, and here.s the OCR text identified 3172F1A2-42C8-4D4C-8B20-876ECB44DA5D.en-reco The font is non-standard, so a lot is missed I think you have the right idea - type the text into the note or title
  15. I've ended up typing the sentiment out in the note description but I feel like that's defeating the purpose.
  16. Thanks for the response, Gazumped. The pngs are very good quality -- I've taken a screen cap from the catalogue pdf.
  17. Can you include post some of your images.
  18. Oh, I remember that well. Folks thought they were being promised to-dos (which I didn't really need), but got reminders, and were flummoxed by it all. Shoehorned, maybe, but I actually appreciate how they did it, since reminders are just notes with a reminder date (plus a couple of other related fields). I think it's fine that they display in a separate, independently sortable sublist (at least in the Windows application). Turns that reminders work really well for me. I can't comment on the quality of their internal software design, because I'm on the outside (my experience leads me to believe that good design is nice to have, but often difficult to achieve in practice), but one of the difficulties is that there is not just one code base, but several, in different languages, for the different platforms. In any case, hopefully this is just an oversight -- and easily fixed -- rather than a design flaw. Being able to refine a search is important, particularly on mobile devices.
  19. I see that there are others with the same problem—see other thread in this forum on the same issue.
  20. jefito, I appreciate your comments. Thanks for the upvote. Happy Editing!
  21. Hi. So there appears to be a new version out there - read the thread before you upgrade - but the 'rebuild your index' advice might be relevant here...
  22. Hello, I am on my way to Apple-only. I have realized that I do a ever increasing part of my day to day on my iPad Pro. So I finally decided to get a MacBook Pro a few weeks ago. I am still learning about the OS, bells and handles etc. What I can say, and what for me was the final tipping point: The integration over devices and programs is a dream, everything simply matches. And Apple support makes up for a lot of the price difference - just last week I had a phone chat with support, solving my problem on a 4 year old iphone 6S+, no Apple care or anything. Free call, free diagnosis, top ! On my PC, I had a local installation of Lightroom 6. I am a burst fotografer , taking a lot of pictures when traveling, on family and charity events, and much less in between. So I decided against the adobe Cloud abo, it just does not make itself paid. To replace LR on the Mac, I have tried AfterShot 3, but was not convinced. When I raised my questions, customer support gave the answer (or better, did not give it, so game over). I have now installed Graphic Converter 10, that for a one-time-purchase does what LR did as well. What I like: Fotos are sorted in ordinary folders, and for each foto, a XMB-file with the modifications is written. So I am not locked into the program. It is huge, but offers so many options that you have to find your way into it. So far, I like what I got. One can try it for free as long as you wish with all functions - it just has a growing delay when starting up before you can work. I made my purchase, so no delay any longer. The workflow is not so obvious like in LR. But the Batch processing tools are a class in themselves. One example: You start with a browser, to view the pics. Folders are set up by date, for example. Now it shows JPEG and RAW together. But there is an option down in one of the menus, that sorts the content of a folder into subfolders, based on file type. Applied - one folder for JPEG, one for RAWs inside of the dated folder. Then you go to the JPEGs and weed them out, ranking and moving or straight deleting. And then there is another option in the menus - delete all RAWs that have no corresponding JPEG any longer under the common date-folder above. Very clever - but you have to stitch it together yourself.
  23. Hi. Try using Revo Uninstaller to remove the app again - it reaches files that Windows uninstall process may have missed. (Sync and backup your database first, just in case.) Then another reinstall should do it. Do you get any error messages during the install?
  24. Hi. And hmmn. Do you have a search active?
  25. Hi. Where are you getting your PNGs from (apart from some on the iPhone)? OCR depends on the image quality, so if these are low-res web pictures (forinstance) they might fall below the threshold for OCR-ability. If you are taking your own pictures, some apps - like Evernote's Scannable - will OCR the picture for you and then send it to your Evernote database. Another factor may be design: I had this same problem when storing some books - I took pictures of the covers assuming that I could search by author or title, but the layouts defeated me. Big fonts (which I appreciate is unlikely to be relevant here) and mixed colours (which might be) defeated the OCR feature. Depending on your preferences, you may be able to get 'around' the issue by searching for web pages and clipping the printed content as well as the pictures, or just adding tags to make finding a bit easier - the type of stamp and the year forinstance could enable you to generate short (presumably) lists of stamp-notes so you can find relevant items quickly.
  26. I can match the general experience - my original IBM PC didn't have a hard drive, and a TSR (terminate and stay resident) app - 'PE Personal Editor' - was the only way to change from the command screen to a notepad and save commentary. I've been happy with Windows since... but in recent months my two laptops are no longer adequate to receive updates, the whole process has become a nightmare - and I'm writing this on a now Linux-OS'd laptop which is running faster and more stably than it has for years. I can't (yet) give up Windows totally because Evernote Web still has training wheels compared to the installed Windows app, and I'm a heavy user of Lightroom (image editing) which does not have a Linux alternative. I'm now getting into Darktable (see what they did there?) which is a Linux 'equivalent' which seems to parallel LR in everything up to and including an almost impenetrable early learning curve! It's looking hopeful, and if only Evernote would move on either linux or the web client I could make the switch... Tip: if you're a Windows user, try Linux Mint. It's a close UI 'clone'. There are probably others out there, but this is the one I found.
  27. Does this help https://support.office.com/en-ie/article/enable-or-disable-security-alerts-about-links-and-files-from-suspicious-websites-a1ac6ae9-5c4a-4eb3-b3f8-143336039bbe https://www.technipages.com/disable-hyperlinks-can-be-harmful-to-your-computer-and-data-message
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