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  1. Sigh. Uninstalling and reinstalling Evernote did not solve the problem. Still, whenever I create a note using Control-Alt-N or paste into a note using Control-Alt-V an Evernote bubble pops up along with the entire taskbar. The taskbar will only disappear after I click on that Evernote bubble (actually a rectangle) on the taskbar or open Evernote.
  2. In addition to the taskbar popping up, when I create a new note using a hotkey, an "Evernote" icon flashes in my taskbar for a few seconds. Then the new Evernote icon remains, along with the popped up taskbar, until I click on it.
  3. The Windows 10 taskbar does not pop up when I click on the create a new note icon inside of Evernote. Also, the taskbar does not pop up if I have Evernote in focus. In other words, now that you mention this, the taskbar only pops up when I have another program in focus (usually Google Chrome.) If Evernote is in focus, creating notes with the hotkeys won't cause the taskbar to pop up.
  4. I create new notes with the Windows key + N, and paste from my clipboard into Evernote with Control+Alt+V. Both cause the taskbar to pop up.
  5. Evernote is off under "Select which icons appear on the taskbar." And still the taskbar pops up when I create a new note by the Evernote Windows hotkey I've set (Windows key + N) or by pasting a note using the hotkey (Control-Alt-V).
  6. When I create a new Evernote note, my Windows 10 taskbar unhides. I don't like this. While this isn't an Evernote problem, I would like to find a way not to have the Windows 10 taskbar appear (unhide) every time I create a note or paste a note into Evernote. Does anyone know how to keep the Windows 10 taskbar from appearing each time a new note is created? Thanks.
  7. Thanks! That did the trick. Somehow I must have set the default notebook for shared notes on my Android phone to something other than my regular Evernote default notebook. All is well now.
  8. When I share something to Evernote on my Pixel 3 XL, the item is shared to the same wrong notebook. In other words, I have aaa set as my default notebook, but items shared, such as a YouTube video or newspaper article, are shared with bbb notebook. This is only happening on one of my three Android devices. It only happens when I share something to Evernote. When I create a new note in the app, it's saved to my default notebook. Can anyone offer suggestions about how to fix this? Thanks.
  9. It had been everything that was missing: the note creation feature. I forgot to mention in my previous post that in addition to uninstalling and reinstalling Evernote, I switched from beta to the regular version. All is well now.
  10. I think I solved this problem: I uninstalled Evernote on my Pixel 3 and reinstalled it. So far, so good!
  11. The pulldown quick note feature keeps disappearing on my Pixel 3 XL. I have "Add notes from notification bar" enabled all the time. Sometimes it's available, but more often it's just gone. If I reopen the Evernote app, the quick note pulldown feature reappears. Is there a way to fix this?
  12. Yes, yes. I'll be another voice: When I use Evernote in dark mode, quick note text is too light to read.
  13. Is there a way to reduce the amount of memory Evernote takes up on an Android phone? Evernote occupies 1.16 GB on my Pixel 2. I have two offline notebooks that take up 3 MB and 28 MB. I have 13,619 notes. Any help with reducing Evernote's memory footprint would be appreciated.
  14. I agree. I just wrote Art Deco and Evernote thought Deco was misspelled. It's now 2018. Evernote is also unaware of many proper nouns and company names, such as Bulova and Breitling, which Evernote wanted to change to Wrestling. Evernote's spelling suggestions are weak. Take the misspelled animal name, ekidna. My fault, I know, for not knowing how to spell this Australian animal. But Evernote suggested kidnap. Google, however, correctly suggested, echidna. I prefer using Evernote over Google Docs (my main word processing program), in part because it's super fast to summon and is on all of my devices. But Evernote would be better if its spellchecker was modernized and updated.
  15. I figured it out! I use a (great) program called John's Background Switcher. Somehow enable shortcut keys got enabled. (Could it have been because of the Windows update? Who knows?) Mystery solved, problem over.
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