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  1. Here we go! ChungwaSoft just released a BETA version of EverMail, an Evernote plugin for Apple's Mail application. It allows to easily create Evernote notes from your email messages. Please have a look at http://www.chungwasoft.com/evermail/ If you have feature requests, bug reports or other comments, please don't hesitate to use our forum at http://www.chungwasoft.com/support/community/ or send an email to support@chungwasoft.com - We want to make this plugin as useful as possible and we need as much feedback as possible to do so!
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  2. I am someone who doesn't want to show my annotation summary after annotating a PDF document, however whenever I make an annotation, the [ ] Show Annotation Summary option is automatically checked and I need to remember to un-tick it before closing the annotation window. Is it possible to turn this option off by default or at least remember the last setting? So, if I turned it off for one document, next document would remember it is off by default? Thanks Phil
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  4. Is that not exactly what this discussion is about? Isn't under-the-hood stuff the very stuff that is inherently more complicated than opening the drivers' side door and pressing the accelerator? Isn't under-the-hood stuff more advanced and often times the "kind of thing you might read on a linux forum"? (Sorry that quote is from a different user but I think captures the prevailing tone of resistance throughout this topic). Ultimately what I am seeing here is users complaining about the HTML export because it means that you have text files filled with HTML in one place, and the attachments r
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  5. Simple. I've been developing software since before DOS had directories, and have trawled through more directory trees than a pulp fiction detective has been through low-rent dives. Traipsing up and down directory trees to find that one file is boring, but it can be a lot easier if I can narrow the search space somehow. In terms of Evernote, most of the time I don't care all that much which notebook something is stored in, and in fact, I keep my notebook collection down to a minimum as much as possible (exceptions are made mostly for purposes of sharing and offline availability in mobile Everno
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  6. As has been pointed out MANY times in this thread, no it's not. And even Word can edit HTML.
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  7. freyja313 - THANK YOU! I was just about to make a template myself and came across this thread. I really appreciate you taking the time to share this! Hero of the day.
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  8. Vance . . . . seriously . . . .this is just . . . . bizarre. You are venting your frustration. . . . . ok . .. . I get that. That's your point. That's your real point. You're venting. . . . this is sort of how it comes across to me . . . . .you say, . .. "I get it. I get it. It does wonderful things, but all I want to do is drive it to the corner store to pick up milk and bread, like probably most everyone else that uses their NASA Delta III liquid hydrogen second stage Rocket. . . we now understand that its purpose is for deep space exploration and expanding the outer limits
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  9. Make sure that you shout "Stupid Phone!!!" while you're doing this.
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  10. I'm a developer and I love my code snippets libraries. However, my snippets are all over the place -- in local files, in Dropbox, in Google Drive, on Github, on USB thumb drives, etc. It's a chore keeping up with them. I've used some code library apps on OS X and Windows. They're ok. Some of them even backup to cloud services. None of the good ones are cross-platform though, so you end up using the app on one system, but rewriting files on the other. This seems silly to me. I'd like to use Evernote as a code snippets library because I use Evernote everywhere. It already has all
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