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JesseE

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  1. Thanks for the quick replies. In that case, what's the best/easiest way to copy a note into another application, do find and replace, and copy it back, preserving the structure of HTML outlines? I've tried Word and regular plaintext editors so far.
  2. I was very surprised to discover that the find and replace feature doesn't exist in the Mac client or on the web. Normally I would just copy and paste into another editor to work around this issue. However, because I work with bulleted lists they can get corrupted. Does anyone who's using the beta client know if it has find and replace? If not, can an Evernote employee let us know when it will be available for the Mac? Thank you.
  3. Here is how to downgrade (upgrade) to a previous version: 1. Backup your database 2. Go here: http://mac.filehorse.com/download-evernote/2755/old-versions/ 3. Download version 5.0.7 (latest version with horizontal view) 4. Profit. To the EN team: please let me know when the horizontal view returns. I will gladly upgrade then. The reason I prefer the horizontal view is that I frequently work on a small laptop screen with multiple windows open. My limited screen real estate makes this view much more useful and intuitive.
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