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  1. I just wanted to add my support for killing this stupid, pointless, time-wasting, energy-wasting, environment-killing feature
  2. I've had this for a couple weeks now; I think it's since iOS8 (iPhone 5S). Anyone else had this, or know a solution? Nearly every time I open the app, the error in the photo shows. I click "Try again" and the box disappears but nothing happens; then I click the sync button (the round one) and it syncs perfectly. I wonder if it's an issue with background refresh or location services? I've tried turning them on and off, and reinstalling the app, but no difference. Internet connection is always fine. Similarly, I get a lot of "Conflicting modification ..." in my notes now, even though there is no difference between the original and the "conflicting" one.
  3. I'm not saying I have trouble finding a specific note; often it's remembering which note I want to find! Hence why I like to create Index/Contents notes. And yes, I realise it's easy to go to the notebook or a tag and look through to find it, but I'd rather keep all the clicking/tapping within the note screen, especially when you know without looking where you want to click (i.e. top link then third link then second link then back then third link versus going through cards and cards. I appreciate this isn't a hugely needed function, but I'd find it helpful
  4. Yeah, I realise that - I use note links and tags a lot. I just think it'd be a lot quicker to be able to link to a notebook or a notebook index note than having to go to the notebook itself and change the layout from cards to list (especially on mobile platforms where the notebook is part of a stack), or going to the tag cloud and hunting through the hundreds of tags for the one you want (or searching for it and sorting through the results). Maybe it's just me - I've always been one for simple contents-style organisation, like folders in operating systems. One links to the next which leads to the next etc. Mouse/finger barely has to move to access layers of information, especially with the help of there back button.
  5. That is true, but unfortunately you cannot link to that from another note, which is what I would intend to do overall. Expanding my above example, if Buy a cat was a notebook containing multiple notes, not in the same stack as Tasks, and I wanted a Tasks Contents note to have a note link to Cats Index which would give me an index of all the tasks required to buy a cat.
  6. Any of them! I use OSX, iOS and Web mainly, but I don't really care which one(s) have this function - the more the better.
  7. Often I use Note Links to organise my notes. I have a primary note which has multiple Note Links to other notes in various notebooks and/or stacks. Is there a way to create this contents/index-style note automatically, creating a note with Note Links to all the notes within a certain notebook or stack? Thanks! Visually: Notebook: Tasks Note 1: Buy a cat Note 2: Learn to backflip Note 3: Go to Mars Then there's an Index function which creates a note in Tasks called, say, Tasks Index, the contents of which is: Buy a cat Learn to backflip Go to Mars
  8. Been using Penultimate for a few days now. It's great, but a few functions are either missing, or I can't find. Many have been talked about in other threads, such as syncing, tagging, moving to different Notebook in Evernote, etc. The things I haven't seen before: Can you crop images? I can't find a way. An invisible layer over the current page. There is talk of "highlighting", but I'm thinking of an entire invisible layer you can on which can be easily removed/hidden and will not change the layer(s) below. Think Layers in Photoshop. If these are available: Please let me know how to use them. If these are not available: Please make them available, then see "If these are available:" above.