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Kevin Mitchell

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  1. I've queried the devs of all the other platforms to see what kinds of default spacing they're adding to notes. It is kind of inconsistent from place to place, but I'll work on improving that. Mac is the only platform currently that doesn't add space to these elements, so I feel like a compromise there is probably a good idea. One of the good things about the new editor is that it doesn't use paragraph or heading tags itself (it does most formatting using <div>s instead). This means that I can potentially add some default spacing around <p> and <hX> without affecting notes t
  2. I tried an experiment with some html, forcing all the CSS style to be inline with a tool that applied a stylesheet. So the margins on my headings and paragraphs should be there, right? Wrong. If I make an HTML file and drop it on Evernote, Evernote imports it, and it removes the margins from the inline styles. So they don't show. If you want to see what I mean, look at this gist with the original HTML, and what it was after Evernote changed it: https://gist.github.com/kamitchell/e109d8ab9dd1a6005747 I think this can be considered a bug. It also means that we can't work around the changes
  3. Users have been complaining about that layout for years, too. It's one of the assumed complaints about EN - the way lists have spacing before/after them yet standard paragraphs don't. I've read the complaints about this so many times on this forum it's crazy! I'm beyond excited this is being fixed, as I think it's better and more consistent to have everything single-spaced from each other and add spacer lines as desired versus having some things single-spaced and some having block styling. Now to just get text-wrap... To make sure I'm understanding you guys correctly - you format your not
  4. I've queried the devs of all the other platforms to see what kinds of default spacing they're adding to notes. It is kind of inconsistent from place to place, but I'll work on improving that. Mac is the only platform currently that doesn't add space to these elements, so I feel like a compromise there is probably a good idea. One of the good things about the new editor is that it doesn't use paragraph or heading tags itself (it does most formatting using <div>s instead). This means that I can potentially add some default spacing around <p> and <hX> without affecting notes t
  5. As an example of things I do with scripts and expect block spacing to work: tell application "Evernote" set theNote to create note with text "" title "Test note" append theNote html "<h2>Heading</h2><p>Text</p>" end tell The (null) thing is a new bug that I've reported and started a forum topic on.
  6. I'm at this point too. I put 5.5.1 on my work machine manually to keep App Store from accidentally upgrading it. The only reason I haven't downgraded my home machine from 6.0.3 to 5.5.1 is so I can respond to Evernote about bugs I'm reporting.
  7. Thanks for getting back to me. Sorry I hadn't responded yet; it was a busy week and I was traveling. Now it makes sense to me. I see what you're driving at, but maybe there is a better way to do it that works better cross-platform and doesn't affect legacy notes. Taking out the default whitespace means that the display of the HTML is now incompatible with just about every other program that bases their formatting on HTML. The default HTML style sheet is such a key part of things that W3C has included it as an informative reference in the CSS 2.1 spec. Evernote is clearly based on HTML, b
  8. Thanks so much. I'm going to have to try this out...Evernote 6 is just not usable yet for me.
  9. I created a note with Markdown like this: Evernote Spacing ## Heading 2 - List - Of - Things 1. numbered 2. List ## Heading 2 ### Heading 3 Paragraph Another paragraph Copied it from Marked 2, and pasted it into Evernote 6.0 on Mac. Note how there is no spacing between block elements (headings, paragraphs, lists). Even though I created it on the Mac, and it looks bad there, it looks fine on the web and on iPad (the iPad display looks like the web) Additionally, all my existing notes of this nature have lost their spacing in the Mac client. I've made a gist of th
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