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  1. I opened a support ticket with Evernote and received an email response. Is there a way to view and respond to the ticket through Evernote's web site, or is it just through email? I do have a ticket # and I can respond to the email, but despite searching I can only find where to open a new ticket, not view an existing one. Thanks
  2. Thanks, I tried to find a similar report in the forum and must have missed that one. Would've saved me some trial and error
  3. So Evernote for windows updated to (303048) Prerelease yesterday, and it has a new (to me) bug that makes Evernote effectively unusable for note taking. Every time the note Autosaves, the cursor jumps to the top line, column zero (upper left corner of the note), so if you're typing at the time, you end up typing at the very beginning of the note, often in the middle of a word. I've experimented with this - it appears to happen 100% of the time on Autosave. As far as I can tell there doesn't seem to be any way of turning off autosave for notes. Just to be clear, I'm not talking about Evernote syncing - this is the note you're typing updating in the main Evernote window. I actually positioned the new note window so I could see the note list in the main Evernote window and I could see that the preview for the note updated at the same time as the cursor jump (in other words, autosave). I did a quick experiment where I created a new note and then just started typing until the autosave happened to illustrate the effect. Screenshot is attached. Please look at this ASAP - this is a showstopper bug for Evernote for windows, makes note taking effectively unusable. I'll have to take notes in Evernote web until it's fixed.
  4. Using Evernote, Windows 7 x64 When I create new notes and set a title, the title is repeatedly replaced by the first line of text from the body. I did a bit of troubleshooting and it is reproducible. To reproduce this: create a new note, start typing in the body of the note and wait a few seconds until Evernote auto-saves the note without setting the title for the first time (just let Evernote set the title itself. Then type something in the title, hit enter to return to the body and wait for the next auto-save. The title reverts to the original auto-set title. It doesn't happen 100% of the time, but I believe it happens 100% of the time the first time I set the title. If I set the title repeatedly it will eventually stay. It doesn't sound like that bad of a bug but it is surprisingly annoying, especially when I've typed a fairly long title a few times and still loose it.
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