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Kotya

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  1. Lock your computer when you walk out of it. WinKey+L. If you allow other people to use your computer under your credentials, you have much bigger problems to worry about. All your private information, including My Documents, Skype, Dropbox, etc etc, is wide open to anyone. If you have other members of your familiy accessing your computer, create separate windows accounts for them. Easy! :-) Other logged in users, unless they are local admins, cannot find/view your evernote database. By default it is stored in your local profile. To access it from another account you have to know the password, or be the administrator. You can further protect the system by enabling encryption on the evernote files, but I would not recommend it. As for the Android phone... it is considered personal item by default and should be pass-protected. If somebody steal your phone, it will lock/destroy information after 10 incorrect attempts. Flushing the phone will also erase data. If I am not mistaken, EV database on Android is stored in the part where nobody can get access, unless the phone is rooted.
  2. Apparently Evernote has made a change in the behavior of the "Copy Note Link" without providing us with any formal notice. You'd think something major like this would at least be in the Release Notes. The behavior now is to paste the external version (https) of the link when pasting into other apps. I hate this change. I use Copy Note Link almost every day to paste the internal link into apps like Outlook Calendar. This is something I cannot understand with Evernote. It is not the first software on the planet to deal with the need to paste with different formats. Thouthands of others have done it before and there is a standard solution for it. Basically, programs copy to the clipboard in MULTIPLE formats, allowing the target of paste to choose the best supported format. It is also possible to register own format id with clipboard and copy with both, plain text http format and evernote-style link. When pasting to Evernote check for presence of evernote-style link in clipboard and paste it, otherwise paste regular URL. Other programs do not know about Evertnote clipboard type at all and will always paste the good old text (http). Why re-inventing a wheel? Holding Ctrl + go to menu and select Copy Note Link is an awful solution. Very un-intuitive and counterproductive.
  3. I have asked for this couple of times before. Is has been awhile since EV added ANYTHING useful to the note-editing/formating itself... I wouldn't hold my breath for the new features.
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