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    I bolded above in Nik's post ... I did what he suggested and IT WORKED! The issue has COMPLETELY gone away by turning on "Do Not Track," and has continued with zero issues for many days since. NOT just a coincidence. Thanks so much @Nik Silver !
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    You have the note guid - 7B44ADE5-65F7-4148-9E74-2D261CBF8F7B and can convert this to an in-app note link The format for an in-app note link, is evernote:///view/nnnnnnn/snn/guid/guid/ Just copy the nnnnnn snn from an existing note link
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    Often, when I'm editing the middle of a Note, the cursor jumps to the top of the Note and starts entering text there, not where I initially placed the cursor and began typing. So, the first letter or two will appear where I began typing in the middle of the Note, then suddeny it continues to type the rest of that word at the very top of the Note. I'm using Chrome.
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    I submitted it. They were able to reproduce it. And, to summarize they're response, they have more pressing issues than this one to deal with first.
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    What Evernote Help says on this point is: To which I can only respond, what the what? Windows 10, I guess, does have a built-in spellchecker at the system level (unlike all previous versions of Windows). As previous posts in this thread make clear, Evernote does have its own spelling dictionary, which cannot be manually edited or added to (thanks, CEF geniuses!). It does not depend on the operating system's capabilities. What's not "built into EN for Win" is the ability to spellcheck through a file, as God intended. So the only part of that bit of Help that is helpful is "you can right-click a word to see spelling correction suggestions." Of course, I haven't updated to the very latest version of EN for Windows, so I may be behind the times. Has EN taken away the spellcheck and associated dictionary so as to be integrated with Win10?
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    Hi All, Since Evernote’s earliest days, the five clients (Android, iOS, Windows, Mac, and Web) have been evolving separately, tackling the challenges of software development in subtly different ways.In this installment of Evernote Behind the Scenes, CEO Ian Small talks to Mike, a senior member of the engineering team, about the work they’re doing to reunite the Evernote family. Ian and Mike discuss the fundamental changes they’re making to how Evernote communicates between client and cloud, and how they’re tackling the difficult task of making a single shared code library work across the five different apps.
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    I love Evernote, but it's preventing me from putting in sensitive content. For example, I can't keep a personal journal notebook, because other people (i.e. girlfriend, family members, etc.) could one day be looking at those notes, especially since they know that I use Evernote often for many purposes. Evernote already has the ability to encrypt single notes. This is useful for things like storing passwords or other temporary sensitive content. But it's not practical to encrypt many notes one by one. I wish I could password-protect a whole notebook. This way, I can do a lot more with Evernote. If I can encrypt single notes, then why can't Evernote just allow me to encrypt entire notebooks? If reason behind this is because Evernote thinks one could lose a lot of data if a notebook password is forgotten, then perhaps Evernote can help recover the passwords through email. In the meantime, I'm stuck with using other apps (i.e. Pages, Day One, etc) to password-protect my content. Any insight is greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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    I did not say there were not ways to protect all the possible components but any tool worth its salt should want it to be user friendly and integrated. The amount of time that this type of request has been open for and the scale of the support indicates that a need is not being met, regardless of the individual options people may have at their disposal already. Please may we have the ability to apply passwords at a notebook and individual note levels.
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    Thank you @Shane D. - We managed to install it.
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    Yep, seen all that and it is great standard stuff for protection in the datacentre and when in transit but does not address local storage nor basic usability of having the ability to apply granular password protection to objects at all levels within the app, starting with the Notebook level as opposed to lines of text.
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    Maybe there should be a "Vote down" - option for proposals like this, that put comfort over privacy and security. The problem with downgrade-switches for security issues is that exactly the people who do not understand what they do later claim that they were exposed. Don't believe me ? Then look closely when next time somebody brags about how secure he is browsing, turning around and using his "Login-by-Facebook" routine ...
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    In this day and age, security is so front and centre in technology. When there is a significant impact to someone due to a data leakage from someone's EverNote and it comes out that otherwise EN loving users have been asking for a comprehensive and user friendly way of protecting their data forever but hit with silence, what is the EN press team going to tell the media?
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    Possibly not - though some people would want to be logged out, and others would not; and still others might change their mind and move between the two - and if someone's account got hacked and they blamed Evernote for it, you can bet that no user would ever admit to having left their account open in a browser - even if they were aware that happened... Anyhoo. Rightly or wrongly Evernote designed things this way. They'd have to recode part of the browser app to change it. You've posted a feature request, and anyone who agrees with you can add their vote at the top left of the thread. If you get enough agreement they might consider doing that...
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    @Incloud Thank you for reaching out! We are in the process of resolving this issue, but in the meantime, you can still download Evernote for Salesforce by going here: https://login.salesforce.com/packaging/installPackage.apexp?p0=04t0H000000tI0F&isdtp=p1 You may see the warning, “You’re installing a Non-Salesforce Application that is not authorized for distribution as part of Salesforce’s AppExchange Partner Program”. Salesforce sends this warning for direct download apps, but it is safe to use. Hopefully, this will help resolve the issue, but let me know if you have any questions!
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    I had the same problem with Evernote not being able to open any notes after upgrading to Android 10. It always said they were "unavailable". It turns out I was running Evernote 8.6.1 (pretty old!) and it wasn't compatible with the new Android system security features. As soon as I went to Google Play and upgraded to Evernote 8.12, everything worked fine.
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    That was always my impression too. Though I never worked on that part of the code... Remember when we (well, it's now 'they'!) upgraded CEF? The dictionary format changed. (Which made a number of people very grumpy)
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    ! My notes just reappeared. Is posting to this form magic? 😉 Just happy to have access again - most of my brain lives in Evernote...
  18. 1 point
    The ability to use markdown native in the App.
  19. 1 point
    It's 2020 already! I really hope I could take coding notes in Evernote! I would probably cancel my subscription if Markdown cannot be supported within this year.
  20. 1 point
    A beta is a beta - a piece of unfinished software just good enough not to crash on the heads of the volunteers before they were able to report it in. It can be fun using it - some do it because they want to became clever before the average user is, others because life is boring without. On anything done to have food in the fridge, one should IMHO avoid beta-ing ...
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    Thanks for the reply; what I was commenting on / suggesting is slightly different than what you are demonstrating. I get that I can navigate into the Notebooks section to create a new notebook (which was not immediately obvious, and I am a long time user...). The specific flow I experienced and was commenting on: 1) I sign into the web client. 2) I am presented the left nav pane with a list of items including notebooks; center had list of notes (for the notebook I am in); right side is the note I last edited. 3) I want to create a new notebook (and add it to a stack). Having to navigate into the Notebooks section to then create a new notebook (and navigate away from where I was) seems like something that I should just be able to do from anywhere I happen to be. Why not have a "new notebook" action right with the "new note" action (the "+") at the top level view of the client?
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    Quickie clarifications for those following along... Yes, per @jefito, Conduit is common *plumbing* on the client-side. Conduit has no relation to the UX. Every Evernote client built on Conduit could have a different UX and Conduit wouldn't mind. Users might mind, and we would definitely mind, but Conduit wouldn't. That's basically the whole point. Where Conduit figures in is anywhere that information flows between client and cloud - whether that information is content moving back and forth or a service call of some kind. We expect all of that information to flow through Conduit (on the client side). The goal of conduit is to have common functionality behave in consistent and predictable ways across all of our clients. Sync is the easiest function to understand this with: we'd like all clients to sync a recently modified note (whether that's sync up or sync down) in a consistent way (allowing of course for variances in whether or not that particular note is supposed to be synced to that device). To the concern that @CalS raises about local data stores, part of Conduit's job is to interface to the appropriate technology that forms the local data store (which, unsurprisingly, is a pretty different technology layer on a browser, mobile device or on a PC). That, along with the different memory / CPU / power profiles of the different devices on which our clients run, drives the need for per-device optimization that we talk about in the video, that makes Conduit such a beast to get right. And finally, Conduit, in and of itself, does not close the door to device-specific customizations or integrations. To the extent that device-specific functionality needs to get to the cloud, it will have to go through Conduit at some point. But the functionality that fits that description is usually travelling a well-trodden (ie. pre-existing) path on its way to the cloud, rather than having to carve its own unique API pathway. As @CalS says, yes, there are so many questions. But I do not have time to answer them all (nor, quite honestly, have we actually converged on some of the answers yet - if only because hard experience teaches one not to constrain oneself to an answer before you actually need it). Hopefully the elaborations above provide some clarity. Back to lurking, ian
  23. 1 point
    I just hope to get my mitts on a real, working copy of Evernote that works properly.
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    I'm not happy with the "look and feel" of the web client(s) I'd prefer to see the look and feel of the Mac client on the other platforms - Window users may have a different opinion
  25. 1 point
    Thanks for this look behind the scenes. I understand the need for the common interface My concerns are more about the Evernote client apps I'm looking forward to UI enhancements with the Web/Android/IOS platforms At the same time, I'm apprehensive for the Windows/Mac platforms What features will we be losing? For example, will Mac Applescript integration continue to be supported
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