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Carl-L-ND

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  1. Here we are a few days later and went to use it and it did NOT work - inserting the line at the bottom of the note. Then I realized this latest note was one I had created within the past month on my Windows PC. Earlier I had tested it on some older notes, possible originally created on my phone more than a year or two ago. So I found a note created on my phone in the first year of use with minimal formatting and tested it. It worked as it should. - SUCCESS Found another from January 2019 created on my phone, and it worked as well. - SUCCESS. So now I'm into notes with a mix of formatting and previous horizontal lines inserted. A note created in 2016 on my PC and never updated - SUCCESS. Note created on my PC in 2019-08-26 - FAILED. Note created in 2013 and updated on 2019-04-03 on my PC - FAILED. Note created on my PC 2018-12-04 and never updated - SUCCESS. I think you can see where I'm going with this. I'm speculating that notes UPDATED on the Windows PC app after a certain date have been corrupted somehow. .
  2. I did the same Dave. Tested in a note with several horizontal lines, a note where I had put in a placeholder to insert a line at a later time, and a new note. What version of Android are you using? .
  3. v8.13 is now installed on my Android phone. This function is working as it should. Samsung Galaxy S10+ with Android 10. Is it fixed on your phone? .
  4. The "Insert Line" bug has been fixed. Yay!!! Still having issues with the "Note Upload Failed" bug. I've created a new note (on my Windows desktop) with copy & paste (not the Duplicate Note option) and then tried deleting the note off my phone, multiple syncs on all my systems using Evernote. Still there. Will have to go back and review the suggested procedure which involves deleting cache, uninstalling Evernote, and then re-installing. Took 2 days to restore all my offline notes the last time I did this, but hey! looks like I'm not going anywhere for at least 2 weeks. Stay safe! Isolate, and stop hoarding the toilet paper! .
  5. Has it been gone for a week or more? It will come back if your Android app is like my Android app. Mine came back and I believe it was the same note it had the error with before I uninstalled, purged the cache, and re-installed. .
  6. It worked for a week for me. It is back. It is a different note. Complete waste of time. Took a day to reload data back to my phone. YES, the note WAS created in a different app..... an older version of EVERNOTE that actually functioned correctly. 😡 😡 .
  7. Me too .... A complete waste of time clearing cache and data. Took a full day to reload all the data to my phone for offline use. .
  8. I tried the clear cache and data method. Seemed to have worked for a week or so. Then this morning when I was out and connected via cell and not WiFi, edited a note and back came that error message. But not the note I last saw this on. Fix one note and it pops up with another. Always a message that the note could not be sync'd as it was create with a different app. This is not what I want to see when I'm trying to use Evernote in the field to manage my client relationships. I have to wait to get back to the hotel and do ALL my serious data entry and editing on the laptop while connected via the hotel WiFi. So I have started making audio recordings to transcribe later. Which is what I used to do with my previous CRM software and is why I switched to Evernote. 🙄 👎 .
  9. FWIW.... it has nothing to do with the Android version or hardware if my experience is definitive. New phone... Samsung Galaxy S10+ and Android 9, fresh install, and the line still inserts at the bottom of the note. Now to see what happens with the locked note issue. .
  10. Seeing this too and I cannot understand it. "Locked due it was created in another app" I got rid of one. Sync'd. All Good. Added to an existing note using the App on the Android phone. Sync'd. Then an unrelated note from a different notebook, different period of time, shows up as a notification. The only commonality is that the notebooks the various notes are in are all sub-notebooks within the same notebook above them. I'm certain the the latest error was created on one of my Windows machines and sync'd.
  11. New update installed today 8.12.1 - the "insert horizontal line" function is still not fixed. Is this because my phone is still on Android 7.1.1 ??? .
  12. +1 to horizontal lines being fixed. PS... thanks for fixing the performance issue with notes taking forever to display.
  13. LOL if they had not fixed the performance issue first I would not have had to worry about the horizontal line. It was that bad, rendered Evernote mobile pretty much useless for me as a tool to make a note while with my clients. The first couple of times I dropped notes into Keep and then copied them over later. After that I dug my notepad and a pen out of my technical kit and kept it with me. Old school but it works offline. 😉 😄
  14. Both were issues within the 8.10.0 version of Evernote. Was the horizontal line bug the sole cause of the performance slowdown? Obviously not as 8.1.1 fixed the delay in notes being displayed but not the horizontal line bug. I am concerned that your interpretation of previous posts in this thread may be causing tremendous anxiety for you. Know what I mean ??? ???? 😉😉 .
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