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  1. If I use emoji in notes entered on Android or iOS, they show up fine. But when synced to Windows, they show up as a unicode code instead like &128197; It'd great if this would be supported on Windows... either by providing instructions on what I'd need to do to enable native Windows support for it (I'm on Windows 7) or by bundling/including your own emoji font in the client.
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  2. I'm a happy Evernote user, but I miss a feature many people have asked for and will greatly appreciate - support for LaTeX formulas. If may sound complicated, but integration should be actually extremely simple. Here's how it could work: 1) Similarly to URL-to-hyperlink conversion, a LaTeX formula could be automatically generated by converting text surrounded by specific characters ($ in LaTeX). For example, I can type "Today we will discuss how equations of the form $ax^2 + bx + c = 0$ can be solved" 2) Finally, the formula text can be converted to an image. Luckily, there are many online ser
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  3. I have run several tests using Clearly and the Evernote Web Clipper using both Firefox and Chrome. Clearly, comes out the winner each time, two fewer clicks using Clearly and very consistent formatting. I do not have to tell Clearly, where to stop or start in the selection process, and it captures all of the information, including the photos in the article. If the company continues to remove this product, I feel that several unintended consequences will result in this unwise action! Regards, David in Wichita
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  4. it is true that some things don't easily move out of evernote. for example, there are things like saved searches and reminders that are peculiar to evernote's service. because of the way ocr is done for images, even if you got it, the data might not be entirely useful outside of the app (see evernote's tech blog for details). it seems inevitable to me that any app is going to have similar blind spots. sure, evernote could do a lot better with portability, but i think what they do have is adequate, and roughly equivalent to what other services offer. onenote has its own quirks as we
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  5. Still having to log in at every visit....yawn...can't believe this is something that is difficult to fix...
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  6. Please!! We need this. Imagine having to choose for one sort method for all the books on your shelf. Of course you expect your phone book to be sorted differently than your agenda, etc. Each notebook is a different book, therefore requires its dedicated sort method. There are requests on this board from 5 years ago requesting this. It is six annoying clicks switching between two different notebooks just to adjust the sort. My Inbox I want sorted reverse created and one of my notebooks I want forward by title. And then it is six more clicks to switch back. That's just nuts.
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  7. I resolved the problem. When selecting the pen menu, a new feature has been added: "Snap To Shape." I had to disable this. It was a new feature added this week, four days ago:
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  8. Stop Evernote Clipper from running by changing the following registry setting from 1 (default) to 0. HKCU\Software\Evernote\Evernote\StartEvernoteClipper EDIT: Please see my new bigger answer to this below. Evernote since I made this post originally have made it even harder to stop Clipper but it is possible :-).
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  9. I am a premium user and the fact that Evernote is missing this feature in Skitch is my biggest irritation with the software. Adding text highlighting to Skitch would increase academics' use of Evernote (in addition to making me cry from happiness). It's collaborative notebooks make it ideal for academia, but PDFs are a core part of how we learn and Evernote falls short of having a useful PDF editor. Evernote, PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE work to add text highlighting similar to Mac's Preview or iOS's PDF Expert in Skitch.
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  10. Yes we're investigating adding this feature.
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  11. Yup, the only major negative that I have found with Evernote. Instead of using Skitch, I open the PDF in Preview on my Mac or in GoodReader on my iPad, highlight what I want, add in notes to self, then email to Evernote. There shouldnt have to be so many extra steps to get something annotated and into Evernote. Hopefully, a future upgrade?
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  12. It doesn't exist and it's a major flaw.
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  13. You could always select all the notes, merge them, then print that note.
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