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  1. 1 point
    I have a 3 column table I'm using to plan a trip schedule. In each column I have used bullet points. Until just now, I was confused why EN's 'Match Note Width' or 'Distribute Column Widths' table formatting features, were going haywire when trying to apply them, instead applying very weird column width ratios like approx. 1:4:5. I discovered it was the use of bullet points used on the text inside each column? Once I removed the bullets from all or just 1st and last columns, it worked as expected! Is this a bug, or just me, and if me, is there a fix? I'm using EN-Win v6.18.4, cheers. See screen shot below
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    I acknowledge that Evernote's user forum isn't designed to house discussions on racism and privilege, but I also can't be silent about something as important as this. In my opinion, it's lunacy in this day and age that every single company and person hasn't taken a stance against racism and white supremacy. What Ian did in this video is the bare minimum that anybody with a voice should be doing right now. Additionally, I am assuming that your intention behind "couldn't care less what colour or creed someone is" was well-meaning and designed to communicate that someone's race/ethnicity doesn't bother you. However, I want to share that these sentiments often contribute towards systemic racism or—in the very least—the privilege some groups have over others (even though that wasn't your intention, I assume). Not caring (or "not seeing") race/ethnicity is a way of dismissing part of someone's identity, suggesting their experiences aren't valued, refusing to acknowledge your own privilege, and often shutting down further conversations about racial injustice. In most parts of the world—and definitely in the United States, where Evernote is based—systematic racism is rampant; as a result, we must care if we want to move towards a more just and equitable society.
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    The standard Windows Ctrl+A hot key will highlight everything in a note window, or frame. You have to click in the frame first. If you have a note open in a separate window you can highlight text in either that window or the note currently visible in the main EN window. The text will be highlighted when you return to the original window but as soon as you click in that original window the highlight will indeed go away. Only workaround I know is to continue to use what was pasted to the clipboard. It will be there until you copy something else.
  4. 1 point
    Let's trying pinging @Shane D. he is often able to fix problems with the customer support systems.
  5. 1 point
    Feature Request: Add Outlining Capabilities to Evernote Evernote is great, but it's dying for the ability to create Notes that contain Outlines which are easily collapsed and expanded during creation and in use. One way to implement it would be a switchable editing mode, between standard formatting or outline mode. In outline mode, pressing the Enter key creates a new outline item, and pressing the Tab key changes the current item into a sub-item. Clicking on an item's action icon causes its sub-items to collapse out of, or expand into view. That's the way the Ecco Pro PIM did it, and something simple like that would be a good start for Evernote. The name Evernote implies a product that takes notes -and collapsible/expandable outlines are a huge part of note taking.
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    Looks like a feature - I'm on 6.25.1 and this still applies. Maybe raise it with support so they can add it to their 'to do' list. Haven't tried for work-arounds but maybe build the table in a word processor and copy/ paste across, or just eyeball the columns...
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    Today we released Windows 6.25 GA. It's available here! What’s in 6.25 GA? Fixed: Some users experienced issues with switching Google accounts once authenticated on non-Chrome browsers Issues with note history import Security update
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    Hi All, Thank you for reaching out! We have confirmed the issue you have described, and are working to get it fixed as soon as we are able. In the meantime, you can export the previous version from Evernote Web and then use the desktop app to import it. I hope this helps, and let me know if you have any questions!
  9. 1 point
    Seriously +1 for selective sync to specific computers. I have Evernote Premium, and use it for various aspects of life; hobbies, personal notes, finance, work, article storage. I would like to only sync work notebooks to my work laptop. I am horrified at the idea that my personal notes could end up on my work laptop, even if by accidentally clicking on notebooks causing them to sync. Hiding notebooks cannot be considered to be safe, since there is also a chance that an employer could take control my laptop and potentially gain access to my personal life. I have tried the suggestion of using the Web version of Evernote. To say it is clunky is an understatement; I would happily switch to OneNote from my personal Office 365 account if forced to use EverNote Web. I have tried sharing specific notebooks with a separate non-premium account created for work; and promptly lost even basic functions like note templates. No, I am not paying more to get another premium account just for work, because this cannot be expensed. Having used Evernote for almost 9 years, I can't say I've really bothered by any new fancy functions, because the basic functions have already been invaluable. Hence, I've always been a paying supporter. I can't say I've complained even when Skitch development was halted, useful as it was. Dutifully paid all the price increases over the years. This feature is important to me now, however, and I will be willing to consider alternatives that fit my purpose of proper work/life segregation.
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    I would love to see a format painter to be able to quickly matching font, size, etc. from one area of a note to another.
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    Isn't this effectively 'Text Collapse [Outlining]', which was first requested under that name in 2011, and has 458 upvotes and has been in Microsoft Word and Excel forever. Yes, 2011. Come on Evernote! Essential functionality.
  12. 1 point
    The 'toggle list' option in Notion is an absolute game changer and a feature addition which, based on the new list improvements in the web beta, I imagine wouldn't be too difficult to implement in Evernote. In terms of the use case(s) the most recent one is my Evernote blog template. In Evernote it consists of a lengthy table filled with bullets and checkboxes. In Notion, using toggle lists I'm currently building it to take up less than a page. I can then expand only the relevant sections while writing the post. I really don't want to have to expand my toolbox when Evernote already covers most of the bases but this is one (relatively) quick addition that would make a huge difference. Example below of how it looks in Notion
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    The above doesn't work any more on Windows. Whatever they have done with the editor in the last two years it now ignores the customization I was doing. PITA.
  14. 1 point
    This automation is also a feature for third party Filterize >>I have this set up for my "zArchives" notebook  Why a notebook? You could just have a zArchives tag
  15. 1 point
    Hi. And congratulations - you made it past the Mod. As to the issue - Evernote has very.. basic.. table properties. (I believe the technical term -in the UK at least- is 'pants'.) It's easy though to copy and paste tables to and from software that does much better, like Word or Excel. Set your table properties, row heights and colours in another app, and copy the result back to Evernote. You can even attach the file you copied from into the note so editing and sorting in future is easy wherever you access the note.
  16. 1 point
    It's unbelievable that you can't change the font size. I guess usability isn't discussed by the Evernote programmers. Just wow!
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