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  1. I didn't know about Ctrl-Q. This helps quite a bit. Thanks! I would still prefer an option to have it the other way: by default it searches all notes and perhaps use Ctrl-Q to search the current notebook only. But sounds like Evernote has some convoluted reason as to why they don't want to give us an option without a registry edit.
  2. Any news on this? Quite infuriating that functionality was reduced in the latest 'upgrade' and even more annoying that EN is trying to justify it. Suppose I can't edit my registry? Suppose I ***** up a registry edit and brick my machine? Does EN cover that? I hope I'm missing an easy fix for this . . . Thank you.
  3. I can scan business cards into Evernote and have them import nicely into Outlook 2013. And in my Evernote Contacts Notebook, I can even see the business card and a photo if they have uploaded their photo to Linkedin. I have not been able to have the photo go into my Outlook contacts folder. But recently one individual's photo did show up in my Outlook contacts. I don't see anything that was different about this contact that allowed the photo to appear in Outlook. It would be nice to have all available photos flow into Outlook when I scan the business card into Evernote. Any ideas on how to make this happen and how it happened with one individual contact? Thanks. Bob
  4. I haven't tested whether it's fixed, but support did tell me weeks ago that I'd get an email when it was indeed fixed. Given no email yet I don't have any proof that the issue has been addressed. The bug was intermittent on my iphone6 and ipad Air (both ios 8.1) so just because it's not happening for a while doesn't lead me to believe that Evernote solved this or even looked at it. I certainly didn't see the passcode issue mentioned in the update notes. Did anyone?
  5. Clearly no priority on security at Evernote. They offered me a year of free service but I can't use the product now. They just don't get it. At a time when cyber theft is in the news constantly, they let a security bug linger. And linger. And decide to not warn people about the bug and implement other changes while ignoring this password bug. Who knows what other security issues might be lurking that we don't know about. We only know security is not so important to them. I can use this for personal notes, but this is not a product for businesses where security may matter more.
  6. Pretty shocking that Evernote is not jumping on this. Given that they had a password breach a year or two ago, I'm surprised this has not been escalated. I "may" have fixed it with a deletion and reinstall, but I also changed some of my iphone settings at the same time. I sent support a note about it. They said that my issue "has already been reported to the product team" and they are "not sure when the issue will be resolved." My ticket was "closed" since this was a known issue. This only makes me feel less secure that I have fixed the problem given that support is not suggesting that a deletion of the app and reinstall is a solution. I used to have all my notes synced for offline use, I can't do that without the extra bit of security a passcode offers me. Limits my use of the program now. I only pay like $40/year, but it feels like I'm entitled to some tiny refund given the sudden reduced functionality. FWIW it was support ticket # 759256
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