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  1. I should say this is mac 10.8.5 that the text wrap on existing notes works…
  2. This morning I grabbed the new update (v6.0.1) and the text wraps again (yay). Looking at my original post about v5.7.2, I didn't realize they did a whole number jump until just now! Slightly flatter ui look, but with text wrap.
  3. Thanks -- I submitted it as a bug, but I'll also post here that text wrap or "word-wrap" on my other computer, at v5.6.2 works fine, its just the 5.7.2 laptop thats not wrapping.
  4. This morning I upgraded to Evernote v5.7.2 for Mac, and after notes were migrated, text no longer wraps. Existing text no longer wraps in existing notes (boo).New text, typed or pasted, DOES correctly wrap in new notes (yay).New text, typed or pasted does NOT wrap in existing notes (boo).I see that this has been sort of an on and off complaint for a couple years now. It never happened for me before today. Looks like reinstalling to an older version has mixed results too. -- Jim
  5. Nope, no issue. I was just used to menubar to launch it (I'm used to Skitch, Dropbox and Transmit menubar icons launching things that might or might not be closed). So it's ok. Evernote is a little different is all.
  6. Thanks everyone. I thought I remembered a "launch" option in the menubar icon in an earlier version, and only think of it when I'm in a hurry and type too much on launch. Also, everyone knows command-spacebar is zoom in Photoshop! But like you say its customizable. AND, even mouse/pen clicking in Spotlight is as quick as clicking the elephant icon anyway. (for my 2nd question, you can see in my above screenshot I "cleared" recent searches by typing other stuff)
  7. Never quit! I guess there's that… But if it's in the menu bar, isn't it open? Doesn't "show elephant in menu bar" mean its open? Maybe that's not tied to a dock icon?
  8. This may be stupid, but I have a little problem opening Evernote. Many times, I'm IMing people about work. I realize I need a link or whatever from Evernote. So I "open" it via menubar-Elephant, then the "Find" option (because there is no "open" option!). As I wait the few seconds for Evernote to launch and sync, I resume my IM conversation. But because I launched it via "Find" it assumes I want to Search. It takes focus and half my IM sentence ends up as a Search Query. So my questions are, how should I really be opening Evernote, and how do I clear the "recent searches" list of blithering half sentences? Here it is as a picture annotated with pink Skitch arrows: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s24/sh/9f59b314-90fc-4b4c-9cc8-d64189552239/e526ff4b81d39a40b560f6de51520fa1 -- Jim Mac osX 10.8.5 Evernote v5.5(402491 Direct)
  9. I have a note called "0a", which is where I used to dump random stuff for sorting out later. A few months ago I started getting the "conflict in note" message, with the offending note being placed into a new "Conflicting Changes (date)" notebook. But there were never any differences (that I could see). I opened the two conflicting notes side by side and they looked the same line by line. Anyway. I stopped using "0a" about 2 months ago because it was too annoying. Even though I never paste or grab content from "0a" anymore, I still get told it conflicts about once a week. It's less now with Version 5.0.7 (400995), but it still happens. Why? ___________________________________________ EN v5, mac osX 10.83 (laptop), 10.7x (desktop) (I dont see the conflicting note at all on iPhone version)
  10. I guess I didn't think of it in terms of a multi-dimensional universe...
  11. Ha! "We select the image with the largest smallest dimension" Well I guess it's not random. Thanks.
  12. EN Version 5.0.7 (400995), Mac 10.7.5 and 10.8 In what is called "snippet" view I often use images to scan for familiar notes since Evernote doesn't have color labels. Often when I paste an image into an existing note, that image becomes the snippet's new thumbnail. At first I though that maybe it just uses the most recent image. But when I re-dragged my original desired image from Skitch, the "new" one is still the thumbnail. Like in some web photo galleries, can we have a right-click to "use this image as thumbnail", or at least agree to use the First image in the note rather than a random image in the note? Even if you guys programmed the 6th image, at least let us know how to control it.
  13. About Dusan and Bojan011's questions... on my macpro tower I have updates because I guess I first installed EN years ago. On the newer laptop I grabbed it from the app store. Is there a link or explanation of: What's the Difference between these? Why you can grab updates for one but not the other? Should I just trash the app store version and use the EN site for the app? How do I do that / is it worth the effort? -- Jim
  14. flyingout, I hadn't tried the drag. That's too bad (as an old time iView user, that's exactly how I keyword, er "tag" images there). GrumpyMonkey, don't admit you like ads! Also, I guess I didn't realize I always used Snippet view, which I now see on my laptop's old version of Evernote.
  15. When I add a new image or screenshot to the top of a note, it is often not visible in the List (or Card or Snippet) column. Is there a way to regenerate those thumbnails? -- Jim
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