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  1. I have already moved to GoodNotes.
  2. Is anybody from Evernote or Penultimate watching these forums? What does it take to be put on the product roadmap for implementation. According to this page https://discussion.evernote.com/forum/237-penultimate-product-feedback/ this idea is top of the list for user demand. It currently had 19 votes and 30 comments. More than anything else in the product feedback forum. Is there any plan of putting this on the roadmap. Please
  3. Can you please support the Adonit Pixel stylus
  4. Thanks for the kind words. Just to also let you know that Evernote has improved its table editor where you can resize the columns using the mouse but this seems to be only available in version 6 on OSX Mac. I use both windows and OSX and the changes made in OSX are preserved in the windows client. I am guessing we will see it in Windows OS at some point. Thanks for the kudos but I really don't deserve anything, as you said I didn't actually create any of these tools. Best to give your money to someone who really needs it. Like the Doctors without borders https://donate.msf.org.au/donate_appeal.cfm For any Evernote moderators watching this thread, any idea when the Windows client will get the table cell resizing as seen in the OSX client?
  5. Hi All, I have been trying to find a solution with Evernote and table cells. The following the solutions I have found. Existing note as a template. Copy from an existing note which has already applied the cell width percentages. Here is a shared Note Template with even column spacing. http://www.evernote....499c765f3aaeced Just cut and paste the table size you want into your note. Saves you messing around with chrome developer tools.Bookmarklet and edit Source Use a bookmarklet to edit the source code of the note and apply the percentages yourself. http://seb.so/html-s...-a-bookmarklet/ Chrome Extension Alternote https://chrome.googl...hngnommookkneji This lets you edit notes with a tinyMCE wysiwyg editor. You are able to customise table properties. You can edit the table to be 100% width and then set table cells to be 30% width etc. I hope this has helped some people with applying custom formatting to their notes. It would be nice if Evernote released more features in note editing with TinyMCE and their web browser version since they already are using it http://evernote.com/opensource/.
  6. Hi All, I have been trying to find a solution with Evernote and table cells. The following the solutions I have found. Existing note as a template. Copy from an existing note which has already applied the cell width percentages. Here is a shared Note Template with even column spacing. http://www.evernote....499c765f3aaeced Just cut and paste the table size you want into your note. Saves you messing around with chrome developer tools.Bookmarklet and edit Source Use a bookmarklet to edit the source code of the note and apply the percentages yourself. http://seb.so/html-s...-a-bookmarklet/ Chrome Extension Alternote https://chrome.googl...hngnommookkneji This lets you edit notes with a tinyMCE wysiwyg editor. You are able to customise table properties. You can edit the table to be 100% width and then set table cells to be 30% width etc. I hope this has helped some people with applying custom formatting to their notes. It would be nice if Evernote released more features in note editing with TinyMCE and their web browser version since they already are using it http://evernote.com/opensource/.
  7. Hi All, I have been trying to find a solution with Evernote and table cells. The following the solutions I have found. Existing note as a template. Copy from an existing note which has already applied the cell width percentages. Here is a shared Note Template with even column spacing. http://www.evernote....499c765f3aaeced Just cut and paste the table size you want into your note. Saves you messing around with chrome developer tools.Bookmarklet and edit Source Use a bookmarklet to edit the source code of the note and apply the percentages yourself. http://seb.so/html-s...-a-bookmarklet/ Chrome Extension Alternote https://chrome.googl...hngnommookkneji This lets you edit notes with a tinyMCE wysiwyg editor. You are able to customise table properties. You can edit the table to be 100% width and then set table cells to be 30% width etc. I hope this has helped some people with applying custom formatting to their notes. It would be nice if Evernote released more features in note editing with TinyMCE and their web browser version since they already are using it http://evernote.com/opensource/.
  8. Also to add to this I found a chrome extension Alternote. https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/alternote-editor/hljkfahiahjhhpmpihngnommookkneji This lets you edit notes with tinyMCE wysiwyg editor. You are able to customise table properties. You can edit the table to be 100% width and then set table cells to be 30% width etc.
  9. Hi All, I thought I would share a Note Template with even column spacing. http://www.evernote.com/shard/s136/sh/2e08ee9b-d440-4ecd-9302-baf6735f13d4/cd18095461b8690d8499c765f3aaeced Just cut and paste the table size you want into your note. Saves you messing around with chrome developer tools. Also found this bookmarklet that will allow you to get to the source and edit it quickly. http://seb.so/html-source-editor-for-evernote-web-a-bookmarklet/
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