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  3. OK so whatever the bug is, it has happened again. So seems like I have to do a fresh download of the database every two weeks. I'm able to get the CPU up to 90C by just typing into Evernote and can't type more than three word without a lock up and sync event. No errors in the log that I can see. Very sad. At least my other machine is still usable. I may have to start using the web version (shudder).
  4. Good to know, thanks.
  5. Hi. What OS, browser and Evernote client are you using? As far as I recall, selecting an email and saving it to Evernote via the Gmail clipper does include any attachments, but if for any reason that fails, I assume that you could drag and drop the attached file(s) into the clipped email note without any major issues. What's been your experience?
  6. When I paste text from Word without bullets, Evernote preserves the blank lines in between paragraphs. However, when I paste text from Word that had bullets, all the blank lines go away and the paragraphs are all adjacent to each other which doesn't look nice. I've seen a number of problems over the years related to bulleted text from Word, and wanted to know if this was now fixed or is still an issue.
  7. Not sure I understood how to do this that Robbb said.
  8. My issue is that I have manual breaks to create space between my paragraphs in Word. When I copy to Evernote without bullets, the line spacing remains. When I copy text from Word with bullets, all the blank lines between paragraphs disappear. Even with this technique.
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  10. Good catch. But I'm not sure how up to date that information is. It still says that saved Web searches can't be done in the beta, but they can, at least in v. 6.12.0 (which I now have on Opera).
  11. The block of 3 non-notes seem to have disappeared now that the Web beta has updated to v. 6.12.0 in Opera.
  12. An update: I've now experienced this too, after editing a note produced multiple duplications of it, and then a process I tried to use to remove the duplicates ended up permanently deleting the note itself--but leaving these stupid blank entries. See my post here: EDIT: I see that the block of non-notes seems to have disappeared now that the Web beta has updated to v. 6.12.0 in Opera.
  13. Evernote support reports that they've issued a new update which should have fixed this. It's intermittent, so I'll have to watch and see.
  14. Hmm. I honestly don't see a problem. The blue of the outline box around the selected note is distinct enough from the black of the side menu that I can see it; and even if it weren't, the rest of the outline is plenty of indication for me that this is the selected note. So this may be something that is an issue for some, but not for others.
  15. I've found that they do in fact get OCRed, so they can be searched. Some caveats, though: This may only apply to newly created notes. A test note I created 7 years ago did not seem to be indexed; one I created this morning did. It may not be instantaneous. This morning's note did not seem to be searchable until some time had passed. I edited it just now, and it was searchable after a few minutes had passed. All-word searches succeed; exact word sequence searches do not. By this I mean that searching for be found will find notes with all those words in them, including ink notes; but searching for "be found" will find notes with that exact sequence of words in them, except for ink notes. Evidently the indexing of text in ink notes does not index this.
  16. +1 with this issue. The only workaround I found was to go into the photos app and select the photo I want to put into my note and tap the share button...then click copy. Then go to evernote to the note I want to add the photo to and tap in the text box and then tap the paste button. A bit of a PITA but works until there is a fix to this bug.
  17. Was there ever a resolution to this? Currently driving me crazy.
  18. Hello, I believe there's a display issue with the way notes are outlined. Attached is a screenshot of the outline that appears once a note is selected within a notebook. If you look at the left most line, it clashes with the black background color of the side menu, making it difficult to see. I suggest that the line be moved over to the right a little to gain better clarity of that section of the note being selected. Note: I didn't add this to the feature requests section as I believe this may have just been added by the New Evernote Web experience a few days ago. My software information is listed below. If you have any questions/comments, feel free to reply. Operating System: Windows 10 Browser: Google Chrome (latest version) Additional Notes: Using the New Evernote Web experience
  19. Apologies I didn't even see that bit, on my work MAC I'm not allowed to install unofficial software hence using the web browser, I haven't tied it on the PC yet which to see if I get the same issue. Google found this post
  20. Not stupid; but it does pay to look at the options. What's really needed is for Evernote's spell-checking to once more allow checking through an entire note, which might at least make the process simpler. That was killed off long ago, when they switched to a different spelling system. Till then, disabling spell-as-you-type is the only way to get rid of the red squiggle. Unless, of course, you want to try one of those self-help affirmations: "I am a person who likes red squiggles. Red squiggles are OK. There is nothing wrong with red squiggles. I am a person who likes red squiggles." Repeat until you either don't mind red squiggles, or get taken away.
  21. Aha! Sorry for the stupid question and thanks! Any other work arounds you might suggest? 🙈
  22. I was only testing in the Evernote desktop client for macOS since this post is in "Evernote Mac Issues". I really don't use Evernote in the browser, so I couldn't comment on if/how this works there.
  23. On the Evernote program Tools menu, select Options, then Language, then de-select Check spelling as you type.
  24. @thong tran @Lan Doan Thank you for reaching out! I'm going to reach out to you via DM to get more information.
  25. Hi, and welcome to the forums. I agree--I hope they're working on that, but it might be good to put it into the feedback and requests forum: https://discussion.evernote.com/forum/304-general-feature-requests/.
  26. To avoid the specific problem you mention, you might tag sensitive notes with a tag like "sensitive" or "nosearch" or whatever, and then when you do a search in a professional setting, put "-tag:nosearch" at the end. That will keep those notes from appearing; and assuming what you're doing is interesting enough, your colleagues wouldn't spend much time wondering what tag:nosearch was about.
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