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  1. Thanks for the suggestion. But, I couldn't find the file 61.json. And, my Username\Appdata\Local\Programs\Evernote-client folder is blank. I have "Hide protected operating system files" unchecked. In the ...\Evernote\resources folder is a subdirectory called app.asar.unpacked. But, that doesn't have any *.json files that I could find.
  2. Just installed the beta. Machine was recently rebooted. The few F-key combinations I've tried don't work. I prefer to see my notes in list view, and open them in a separate window. Ctrl-F11 does nothing. I tried F10, to cycle the left panel. Again, nothing happened. As an aside, every time I have to install Evernote on a new machine I have trouble getting the view back the way I like it. I always have to search to find how to turn off the note panel. You need to add that to the View menu. There are lots of view options you should add to the View menu. That's where I expect to find them.
  3. The technique you linked to works only in browsers. Also, as others have pointed out in this thread, previously, we don't want to blindly increase the font sizes across all of our programs. Nor, all the text within Evernote. We need more specific control.
  4. I guess I'm a lucky 58-yr-old. With my glasses, on a high res monitor at the back of my desk, I can read everything fine. For me, the issue is that the drop targets are too small and finicky. If I want to drag a note to a new notebook, or drag it to a tag, I have to slow way down and very carefully place it. I would like to make the font bigger to allow more slop in my motions. Same thing dragging tags the other direction. Even better for my use case, I'd like an easy way to temporarily make either the left panel or the notes list larger. Increase the size, drag a bunch of stuff, shrink it back.
  5. Evernote is not sitting on their hands. They expend a lot of effort in their cross-product integrations. It's actually very impressive. The problem is, useful little features like this one fall through the cracks.
  6. It's not a bug. It's not a feature that is behaving wrong. It is a feature that is missing. That makes it an enhancement request. Albeit, it's a feature that seems to me could be implemented in a coupla hours. By an intern. It could be a good first project for someone joining the team. And then the phrases for translation inserted into their normal translation flow. What makes it so easy is that this is not something that is synced across platforms. It is entirely self-contained within the Android app and its settings. Just like the Windows implementation was self-contained. (Though, the Windows version did have a bug in this feature, for a while. It would cause the focus to constantly jump to the Title field over and over. I haven't checked to see if they have fixed that, yet.)
  7. They have added an option for this to the Windows version. In Settings | Note there's a "Set focus to note title" checkbox. Still not there for Android, that I've found.
  8. +1 I really want this on Android. I've found the regedit workaround on Windows. But, it really should be an option. It's probably one of those 50-50 things. For half the people, the current default is how they think it should work. The other 50% really, really want to type in their own title almost every time.
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