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  1. They (Evernote) are in business, correct? Customers do matter, I hope. In the traditional American business model, the company providing the best product, service, etc. prevails over time. The trail is littered with the carcasses of dead corporations. A quick Google survey reveals the level of discontent with Evernote unresponsiveness to customer needs. Yes, many customers still sing the the Evernote paean, but often with an "if only Evernote would listen and provide us with sorting." after their praise.
  2. Spot on. The implementation of a new editor would be precisely the opportunity to add new or even ancient capabilities that are much requested. Sorry for recent lashings out, but the lag over adding one of the oldest file/list features is incredibly frustrating. Of course there are workarounds. One could always throw away the computer and use 3x5 cards in place of Evernote, but in the absence of a post-apocalyptic dystopia, why?
  3. Fine, always glad to help. Since I am not psychic, however, send me a copy of the code, Einstein. Besides, is it the responsibility of users to do the jobs of corporate programmers gratis? Not a very effective capitalist model, I should think. Sorry to repeat myself, but, "This ain't no way to run a business, Homer," Totochto...
  4. Fine, always glad to help. Since I am not psychic, however, send me a copy of the code, Einstein. Besides, is it the responsibility of users to do the jobs of corporate programmers gratis? Not a very effective capitalist model, I should think. Sorry to repeat myself, but, "This ain't no way to run a business, Homer," Totochto...
  5. "This ain't no way to run a business, you know, Len." -The Sins, Episode 5, "Greed", British TV Series, November 21, 2000. By ignoring repeated, reasonable customer requests, I mean. Totochto...
  6. "In this chapter we shall study a topic that arises frequently in programming: the rearrangement of items into ascending or descending order. Imagine how hard it would be to use a dictionary if its words were not alphabetized! We will see that, in a similar way, the order in which items are stored in computer memory often has a profound influence on the speed and simplicity of algorithms that manipulate those items." Donald E. Knuth, The Art of Computer Programming, Vol. 3, Sorting and Searching I was required to read this when I studied CS @ UCSB. of course we programmed in logical languages, apparently the Evernote crowd must use Brainf***k, making basic programming and algorithm adjustment next to impossible. Oh yes, we used modular programming and OOP (not to be confused with Oops! ) techniques as well, not just willy nilly cut and paste. End of Sarcasm Section >>>>>> To be expected when reasonable requests are met with disdain and a dismissive, (apparently undeserved) superior attitude. Totochto...
  7. OneNote doesn't do Linux either. But the handwriting part is much easier and better than Evernote's. That's what I need for classes, since I have a disability that requires use of a tablet for note taking. (Wake up, EN. Sorting is a must for many of us. Not so much in need of sarcasm.)
  8. OneNote (free now for Windows, Mac, Android, iOS, web) It sorts. Does handwritten notes really well even with active styli. Bye, Evernote. It was fun while it lasted.
  9. Windows: 1) Install Adobe Acrobat or some other PDF editor (Foxit). For each open note to be saved: 2) From the Evernote File menu, select "Print". 3) When the Print dialog box appears, check "Print to Adobe PDF" (or something similar, depending on PDF editor installed). 4) Click the "Print" button. 5) When the "Save PDF File As" dialog box appears, choose your file destination. Voilá.
  10. Yeah, that's true. If and when this feature is ever implemented, since EN corp. tends to be Mac-centric, the rest of us (the majority) will then have to wait another year to enjoy access to it.
  11. Sorry to say, but Evernote may have already missed the boat on this one, folks. Try Trello - more advanced list handling than EN, including internal alphabetical list sorting. The paradigm used is different; it is a graphically-oriented system, using 'cards'. But it's flexible and the list-handling capabilities are far more sophisticated than EN. If what you want is sorted lists, they have it and more. I am still using EN as well for the time being because I am set up there and still learning the new system. Trello is great for organizing projects. Sitting on this list sorting request is not a good idea, guys. The world doesn't wait. (awaiting flames)
  12. JMichael, Glad you said it, brother. I think It could even be accomplished just using the provided developer tools from EN and the API. Searching and sorting are like CS 102.
  13. Hence, Evangelist: a person marked by extreme enthusiasm for or support of any cause (context, pejorative) an unquestioning religious fanatic Source: Allwords.com Operating word - fanatic.
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