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  2. My intention is to ignore the HTML code as much as possible, and just focus on switching lines 1 and 2. Also updating the title, which may require stripping the html code from the line
  3. The keyboard needs to be visible 1st. Tap on text so the keyboard appears. Then swipe left where the Bold and Underline icons are. Select your text then tap the highlight icon.
  4. In the general sense of gently kicking Evernote as an incentive to upgrade the web experience I voted you up. Full disclosure - I'm also now half a Linux user, having lost patience with Windows which is erratic, slow and - these days - frequently dangerous to update.. but unfortunately necessary for practical reasons in the day job. My backup laptop runs Linux, the primary is still on W10. You already appreciate that there's a limit to what a browser-based app can achieve, being limited to whatever local workspace and access the browser will allow, and whatever download capacity the server can achieve over a remote link. However, Evernote haven't ever (to my knowledge) actually released a final a web client. There was - let's call it Plan A - back in the dim mists of time, which was replaced by a beta - appropriately B - which had some upgrades so it almost became usable... and then got replaced by version C which was a 'ground up revision'... that never got over ground level, because version B (which is still available - switch between them in Settings) is still better in some respects. Now. Unless I'm falling for the hype, or suffering a 'senior' moment, I'm sure I saw recently something to the effect that Evernote's current focus on fixing persistent bugs and satisfying some common user complaints is going to pay off bigtime later this year. The web client was mentioned too, so we may not have long to wait for a better version D. On the other hand Evernote have used that 'later this year' expression before - and it turned out they weren't necessarily thinking of the same year that we were... Still progress is being made - but if you find some things don't work in your version of Evernote Web, do check them out in the 'other' web version while we still have it. Sadly multiple note selection is not one of the options in either client. If Windows is not an option at all - check out the Android (other mobile OS's are available) client. Multiple note choice IS an possibility there!
  5. From my experience: Evernote is not the culprit... Windows updates made it slow down in my case, and filled my SSD with sedimented data left over after the update was through. What helped: Clean up the start up disk (in most cases “c:“ ) Using the explorer, right click on „c:“, properties, clean up as admin including the system files, then empty the trash, and restart windows.
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  7. Thanks for the feedback! I just removed and performed a clean install of Evernote (restarting the system), and the problem is still there. Actually, I've been facing this issue day after day in the last month. Regarding the images being duplicated, if you select just the image in a note and paste into an external application, the image is pasted properly. The problem appears when you select - together the image - the content around, including text, then pasted. Images are duplicated!
  8. Hi. Just tried pasting into Word - x1 image plus text >> just that image plus text. Image on its own >> also pastes as single image. No experience of your issue here. Have you tried restarting your system?
  9. This this is a great idea! You have my support on that series!
  10. After I manually deleted Gorup Containers for Evernote, version 7.10 started working - don't know why App Cleaner didn't delete them. But bug with text rendering on non-retina displays still not fixed. All fonts for both my languages (en+ru) in right side look horrible, shame but it's still unusable. Back to version 7.3.1. First picture - 7.10, second - 7.3.1.
  11. Anybody can and should use what he likes for his purposes. Dynamic Type will only change the appearance of the font on the iOS device, not the font itself. The same text will look larger or smaller when displayed, allowing either for better reading or more information on the same screen. The font in itself is not affected - you can test it yourself when altering it, create several documents with several settings (in an app that supports it) and open it on a Mac. One app to try this is Apple notes, which supports dynamic text. Independent from the settings of dynamic text on iOS, the notes look all the same on the Mac. What would be really nice: If Evernote would support markdown editing, which due to its closeness to HTML should be reasonable to code.
  12. I am having exactly the same problem, I uninstalled using Clean my Mac and then tried reinstalling ( via app store and also EN website)-have reported the issue to support no response as yet.
  13. @JMichaelTX @DTLow Thanks so much for your responses - I would love to see your solution JMichaelTX as that sounds like exactly what I need and I haven’t had time to look at the simple option 1 solution myself yet - if you have space would love to see your script
  14. That would work if the HTML is always nice, neat, and orderly as you show. In my testing I have found it can vary quite a bit. So I'm using RegEx. I have three RegEx patterns currently in place, and the script tries each one until one works. After a bit more testing and cleanup, I'll post my script. @AngusSanto, are you still interested in an AppleScript solution? Please let us know. I have a solution I'm testing that will do this: Extract the first two lines of the Note body Set the Note Title to the 2nd body line Insert the original Title at top of Note Body. Would that work for you?
  15. Hello PinkElephant, thank you very much, I just messaged the Support. Best, Max
  16. Hi, Sharing information. I'm using Evernote for Windows 6.18.4.8489 (308489) Public (CE Build ce-62.3.7750) As shown in this screen-recording (http://bit.ly/2w60zyL), the note content having images seems ok. However, when the content is copied and pasted into ANY other apps (e.g. Word, Thunderbird), the images are being duplicated. Are there other users facing the same issue? Kind regards, Carlos
  17. Can you give us specific examples, maybe a screenshot
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  19. I don't really understand what you are saying.. that iOS limits the font sizes that can be used to three? Take a look at 1Writer on iOS, very similar to iA Writer, but lets you set the font and size. Or closer to Evernote, look at Bear or Agenda, which allow you to set either or both the font and font size. In fact, iOS includes a mechanism to set font size for apps - Dynamic Type, which you can set in iOS Settings. Many iOS apps honor the type size set there. But Evernote doesn't. As for font consistency and control not being important, well to each his own. One of the primary reasons I use Bear now is because of this issue.
  20. I am searching for text in the title or body of a note. I get some results which match and many more where there is no match.
  21. Field1 and Field2 in the note's metadata I'm well aware of the notebook features; sync/local, private/shared, default, offline Also the tag features; multiple entries per note, unlimited hierarchy. >>For instance, you have a ‘Work’ and a ‘Private’ or ‘Home’ notebook, because you are fairly sure you’ll never need to mix them. Work/Private/Home tags work for me; mixed or not.
  22. With several thousands of notes, many including searchable long documents, the probability that any ordinary language word is in a given note is close to 100% Of course you can include more search terms, and tags, but the problem is that you sometimes don’t have or don’t know them. And a search condition that is fulfilled by most (thousands) of notes, is virtually useless. So it should be posssible to make searching ‘intitle’ by default, for those that use it virtually always. As for the possibility to include and exclude notebooks in your searches, I still think it useful. Tags and notebooks are not the same. Tags are faster and better for notes that are spread over a range of locations and contexts. But they are prone to the ‘too-many-results’ problem. Imagine for instance you have a tag added to all your ‘interesting’ notes. it is a legitimate tag, and one that probably many users have. Well, unless you add further tags or more search terms, it is hadly useful at all, for it could end up hitting hundreds, or thousands of results. That’s where notebooks come handy. You use notebooks to classify information items that are separate and you will never need to treat as related. For instance, you have a ‘Work’ and a ‘Private’ or ‘Home’ notebook, because you are fairly sure you’ll never need to mix them. When you are working and you search for your ‘interesting’ notes with the corresponding tag, being able to exclude your ‘Home’ notebook is a bonus, since you are effectively reducing the size of the result set by leaps and bounds.
  23. Hi. Let's see. OS? Device? Number of Notes? Size of Database? Index rebuilt? Database rebuilt?
  24. slow slow slow. on both of my computers. and i have cleaned the computer. uninstalled re-installed evernote. i am perplexed i had to upgrade my subscription of InfoSelect that i used for 20 years that can handle any amount of data even whole books with hundreds of pages per file. my evernote can't handle 15 pages of text!!!!!???? what to do?? it use to be fast. please help!!!!
  25. OK. So - beta - limited functionality. Will get better...
  26. I flagged your post for an Admin's attention. On a weekend I'm not sure how quick that will be... Have you restarted your system?
  27. fwiw The screenshot below shows the HTML content of my test note. It's one continuous string, I inserted line breaks for clarity Keeping this simple, notice that each "line" begins with <div I use AppleScript's text delimiters to parse the contents into note lines, and again to reassemble the contents edited; Added sample code, extract note content, parse, update, unparse, overwrite note contents tell application "Evernote" set theNote to item 1 of (get selection) set theText to HTML content of theNote -- retrieve the note contents set oldDelims to AppleScript's text item delimiters set AppleScript's text item delimiters to {"<div"} set noteLines to every text item of theText -- parse the content into note lines set updatedNoteLines to {} repeat with i from 1 to count of noteLines -- pass through every note line set end of updatedNoteLines to (item i of noteLines) -- copy to updated note lines, do updates end repeat set updatedText to the updatedNoteLines as string -- unparse the updated note lines set HTML content of theNote to updatedText --- overwrite note contents --set title of theNote to ....... set AppleScript's text item delimiters to oldDelims end tell
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