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  1. Thank you, much appreciated. The addition of the reminders might come in handy and I like how you can just scroll down and they're not in the way when you're not looking at them. Keep up the good work
  2. I love the comparative simplicity of the same issue on the Windows side. @MadKnickers writes in distraught about the vertical view and how to get the horizontal back and @mrossk replies nonchalantly "Ctrl-Shift-F5". And that's all there was to it. (http://discussion.evernote.com/topic/29528-help-my-panel-layout-has-changed-how/) Please let the option of switching on the Mac be as simple!
  3. Here is another vote for the Horizontal view. Why: In order to see the content of the columns panel the app needs to be in fullscreen and even then it's crowded. The App does not remember the width of the panels so need to realign every time the app is opened. If the column panel is expanded to the full view some of the Note panel editor buttons disappear on the right (should appear with an arrow down like in Office) It allows you to see they layout of the note fully. Better use of space when you have multiple short notes such as when you add to-do items. ...and more What to do right now: You can upgrade to an older version on Mac. (see: http://discussion.evernote.com/topic/31586-getting-previous-versions-of-the-app-to-roll-back-to-mac/) You can use the web version that still supports horizontal view, and does it pretty well. It also has visual cues to show what folder and tags are selected together that are not shown on Mac. You can install the Windows version if you have Parallels, or similar. Ctrl-Shift-F5 allows you to switch between horizontal and vertical in list view.
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