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  1. 3 points
    We have released a hotfix that has a fix for the annotation issue you described.
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    It's not as elegant as alt + shift + arrow (up or down), but here is the workaround I just discovered. For any list that is numbered, bulleted, or has a checkbox at the beginning of each line--if you hover over the number number or checkbox--you will see a little hand appear. Once the hand appears, you can left click, and easily drag the item (or line) up or down the list.
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    @DTLow, the so-called user @seranrakan1995 may be a bot. At any rate, it mainly seems to (a) quote an earlier post, but with underlining and links to various Websites embedded in the quote; then (b) make an apparent reply, often copied from another earlier post. It's cleverly done, but I'm 99% sure it's fake. At any rate, I wouldn't click on those links if you paid me. I've reported the posts.
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    @DTLow, the so-called user @seranrakan1995 may be a bot. At any rate, it mainly seems to (a) quote an earlier post, but with underlining and links to various Websites embedded in the quote; then (b) make an apparent reply, often copied from another earlier post. It's cleverly done, but I'm 99% sure it's fake. At any rate, I wouldn't click on those links if you paid me. I've reported the posts.
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    @DTLow, the so-called user @seranrakan1995 may be a bot. At any rate, it mainly seems to (a) quote an earlier post, but with underlining and links to various Websites embedded in the quote; then (b) make an apparent reply, often copied from another earlier post. It's cleverly done, but I'm 99% sure it's fake. At any rate, I wouldn't click on those links if you paid me. I've reported the posts.
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    @ CalS : 10-4. Understood. Based on the following (3) article paragraphs (below)... I am going to support Firefox Quantum's priority for SUBSCRIBERS first. Thank you for thinking out loud with me. Appreciate. ~ Alan Chrome’s Dominant Market Share Gives Google Power Google has been pushing the boundaries on their browsers, by allowing more overt surveillance to show itself to end-users. We saw it in late 2018 when Google forced users to sign in to Chrome when they signed to any Google services like Gmail. The market dominance of Chrome (and Chromium) is what allows Google to make bad changes with impunity. Other browsers like Mozilla Firefox have recently made significant leaps forward in speed and efficiency. Firefox is open-source and developed to be fast and responsible. It respects your privacy and doesn’t limit what you can do. If you like uBlock Origin and uMatrix, those extensions will continue to exist on the free and open web. If this is the last straw for you as a Chromium browser user, feel free to check out our Firefox Hardening Guide to see how to make Firefox more private and safer than Chrome. SOURCE | Chromium to Weaken Ad-Blockers – Impacts Chrome, Edge and Brave Browsers |
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    The more things change.... IAC, I use a VPN with ad blocking built in, so what Brave does in that regard is not critical. Brave is just faster at this point in time. I suppose when FF or Chrome get faster I'll start using them again. Not a biggie, for me anyway. 🤷‍♂️
  9. 1 point
    ...and you're giving 1/6th of it away to Chromme. Sheesh, close a few tabs, willya? Did you forget to configure HIMEM.SYS? Very important, you know...
  10. 1 point
    @Dave-in-Decatur: We made a fix for a case that was resulting in similar behavior. The hope was it might address the main issue. The fix went out in the latest build (6.17), but customers are still seeing the problem. I just checked and yesterday it seems we've reproduced what looks like the main issue and have a hot fix being built and tested now. I don't have a time frame for the release of the hot fix, but I imagine we'll be pushing it out very soon. The version with the fix should be 6.17.6.
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    @Ralph77 - if you have Task Manager open, check the Processes tab and click on the Disk heading to sort activity from most to least. Watch what happens to Evernote when it hangs. In my experience now, I can add a new note, and then go to attach a file and find that Evernote just jumped to the top of the ranking with a much higher disk access score than anything else. Creating a test note got me an 8-second freeze whilst (presumably) Evernote updated the database and index(es); deleting it afterward got me another similar freeze with activity up to 12.7% - presumably as the system deleted the data I just created. I added some more Readtboost memory to my system recently with 30GB of USB3 stick, and that has helped. (My Dell already has the max onboard memory it can support at 8GB.) Currently still looking at an SSD, a custom-build desktop or a high(er)-end laptop for more resources!
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    The other way to not download all of that data, and get a clean local database to boot, is after installing and signing in, go to Tools|Options|Sync and check "on demand sync." That will dynamically download note bodies as you need them, and purge them every 30 days. (can be changed.) Search works fine as the client will tell the server to search and return undownloaded notes in your results. That is what I do. My database is well over 8GB but my local copy is under 500MB.
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    Fine, but If search isn't considered a core function in a note-taking app then I give up ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  14. 1 point
    Hi people, evernote is pretty much helping me with organizing my stuff, but (I guess after some major update) I am seeing just a blank screen when I log into the web. Desktop and mobile apps works just fine. Has somebody experienced this too? Screen: https://ibb.co/mGjGJK
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