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  1. Yeah, would be nice to have. Not only for lists, but just for general text as well. A lot of times I wanna move a line up or down. A lot of IDE (code editors) have this as well. E.g. IntelliJ. Notepad++ has the same behavior too. Control-Shift + Up/Down would be my preferred shortcut. I see this is currently mapped to sub/superscript, but I don't think those should have a shortcut... Ticket can probably be move to "general feature requests". It's not really windows specific...
  2. I updated to v (307474) Public (CE Build ce-48.0.5483) (win 10) and the issue seems fixed for me... Strange, no mention of this in the release log. Would think they'd post something here as well if they'd fix it...
  3. The problem is still there, I'm on Windows (10) v6.13.13.7425 (307425). Very strange this isn't fixed yet... Has been bugging me for a LONG time now, at some point I even switched to an older version of Evernote (I think v6.4). Please bump this on the priority list! Thanks
  4. Upgraded from 5.X (?) to this version some day ago. I have the same issue with the line breaks. Even more annoying: some notes are randomly replaced with the contents of other notes... At first I thought I had accidentally done something wrong (like copy-pasting the content or something), but I have already seen three different notes for which it has happened now. I had to upgrade Evernote premium in order to restore these notes, the other plans doesn't allow you to see the note history... I'll probably be stuck on this plan for a long time as I have no idea how many of my notes were corrupted... So not only is this a annoying bug, it's also costing me money . Extremely disappointed. I've stopped using the current version now, losing data is simply not acceptable. I'll switch to an older version for a while, while I think about what to do going forward...
  5. Thanks for the tip, but there's no such setting in the windows client... Thanks, but I'm a bit paranoid about that program. It's basically a key-logger so it could send anything to anyone. I know it's open source, but still, I'd like to avoid installing programs if i don't need to.
  6. Would be great if this could be configured somewhere that it only inserts the date. I have to delete the time part almost every time. Could be under 'settings'...
  7. Good idea, I just did it with the driver program i could download from the MS website (I have a MS mouse). I could set this shortcut for evernote specifically ...
  8. A lot of mouses have extra buttons on the side for added productivity. I attached a picture for clarity, it's not my exact mouse but you get the idea. A lot of programs map these buttons (automatically) to do (more or less) the same action: Browser (I use firefox and Chrome): go to the previous (or next) page IntelliJ (my IDE): go to the previous class (code document) NotePad++: go to the previous note... ... I use the evernote windows client (see my signature). I understand that if you don't have these keys on your mouse it's not relevant for you, and there's a keyboard shortcut for that already. But I see no reason why it couldn't be a mouse click either...
  9. Pressing the "back" button of your mouse should load the previous note in the history list. (Like it's happening in any browser.) Currently nothing happens... Have to click the back-button in evernote itself...
  10. Was already done. Just wanted to emphasize it's an important feature for me, which probably wouldn't take that much effort to improve upon. Side note: after a lot of searching/browsing somebody pointed to a hidden "short-cut" to get the link to your current note: alt + N + L
  11. +10000. I have MANY notes which I want to link to each other, which is currently very cumbersome. (I'm using mainly the Windows app.) I've listed some ideas below. a: Like another user already mentioned: it would be good to have a "linked notes" section, perhaps at the bottom of a note. I realise this is a completely new feature. b: Improve the current functionality (control-K). From within my notes, I currently add links a lot. Currently I have to search for the related note, then right-click that note -> "copy note link". Go back to my previous note, then paste the note (control-V). Selecting the note, and doing control-c, control-v doesn't even work (it only copies the note title, not the link). It would already be HUGE improvement if this process could be improved. For my job I use Confluence (wiki-tool by Atlassian), where there is a simple short-cut (Control-K) to insert a hyperlink. Currently in evernote, you have a VERY basic dialog associated with that short-cut to insert a hyperlink there (you can't even specify the link text). It would be good to have more options there. It could be a 'tabbed' dialog: web link (current functionality, but with a 'link text' text-box added) Recent notes (The 'Note History' is already stored, could simply be the last 10 notes opened) Search note -> The user has a search window, and after a search, he can pick the note he wants to insert I realise this would be the most difficult option to implement, so I would already be happy with option 1 & 2 c: It would be nice if the link text (green text) would be updated if the note title is changed as well. I realise this is not always the desired behaviour, so it would have to become a setting which the user can enable/disable per link (and also the standard behaviour in the settings). Right now, if you right-click -> edit, you can only edit the link address. It would be nice to have another text box there with the "link text", and maybe a checkbox: "auto-change link text to note title".This is lower priority, but would be nice to have.
  12. +1 for a TOC-macro I use Confluence (by Atlassian) for my job, and it has a lot of features in the editor which would be great for evernote as well. Especially the easy insertion of macros. I use the TOC-functionality there a lot... Currently I'm keeping my notes short, because of I want to be able to link information quickly... Also see the following topic:
  13. I've been working with updated evernote (v6) now and I'm very pleased with the update the developers have given to the note editor. There have been some nice new user options and most of my qualms here have been resolved! Not sure if this topic played a role, but thanks anyway. Two remarks: a bit of a conflicting setting: under "Tools" -> "Options" -> "Note" -> there is a checkbox: "always show note editing toolbar". And under "view" you can toggle the note editing toolbar as well (F8). Would be nice to have the option under "View" to toggle the "tags toolbar" and the "note title toolbar" as well.
  14. Thanks for the tip about the ping13 editor. I was able to remove the empty line, and also clean up the table a bit (less padding pixels) which helped getting more text on the screen for my main working note (todo-list). I know about the F10 button, the main thing for me is to have more lines on the screen (vertical space). Width isn't really the issue. I never use tags, and hardly use advanced text editing. So being able to remove/hide these two bars would help. Thinking about it, even the bar above that (with the search) can be removed for me. This search bar could be merged with the default search (control-F). The title and menu bar could also be hidden... (like they did for Chrome and Firefox) Not saying these should be default options, but it would be nice if the more advanced users would have more control of how their data is displayed. You can say I'm nitpicking but I lose about 25% of my precious vertical space :-)
  15. I mostly use the evernote windows app (5.9 at the time of writing) and I'm a bit frustrated with the "screen real estate" or screen space that I lose for options that I don't use or for things that provide little or no added value to me. I mainly edit my notes from the main window, I don't like to work on them from separate note-windows. I've attached a picture which should illustrate the issue. - I want to hide the title in the note itself. I know that this is probably more clear to the user to see what he's working on, but this is never a problem for me... So it would be good to have this as a setting. Maybe you could visualise the note title in another way, maybe as a watermark visualisation in the top right or something, just an idea. - I want to hide the two bars (with the tags, and with the text options) - I can't align a table to the top of a note, there always needs to be an (empty) line there. Might seem like a small remark, but I'm working in this note 90% of my time in evernote (todo-list sort of). So that's a bit annoying. Can you tell me if these remarks will be taken into consideration (or not)? Or if there's another workaround? PS: you can ignore the text remark on the bottom of the image, I found out about the CTRL-SHIFT-F5 option after doing some search here on the forum, so that's been resolved already. https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/86509-how-to-layout-my-screen/
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