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  1. I know that this is a very old thread, but it is the most relevant in the forums. Has anyone from Evernote followed up on this bug in the 3 years that it has been an issue? Is anyone aware of a fix that I am not finding when I search? I have this issue on a Lenovo Yoga 900 which recommends 200% scaling. When I am on that laptop I am able to use the hotkeys to screen capture, however, if I connect to one or more external monitors, I have to change the laptop screen to 100% in order to avoid the Evernote screen capture scaling issue. It makes the laptop screen virtually unusable (though the external monitors are fine.) I don't have the same issue on my other laptop without the UHD screen. It looks like the fix would be for Evernote to ensure that its apps are Universal Windows Platform (UWP) applications https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/3025083/windows-scaling-issues-for-high-dpi-devices
  2. TL;DR version: I have found an incredible replacement for CardDesk. It's called Milanote. It is in beta and it is spectacular! It has been sad to see CardDesk with all its promise, lose steam. Entirely understandable on Ashley's part as he has a life to live and I imagine, as most of us, bills to pay. CardDesk was a great concept and it is a shame that Evernote did not pick up on it and somehow integrate it or replicate it and introduce the functionaility into the main Evernote program. In my nine years of using Evernote, I have always used secondary tools (LiveMinutes, OneNote, Springpad, Moleskin, dry erase boards, post-its, and kanban, more recently, IQTELL, Trello, GDTNext and Paper) to try and get things done. Being a very visual creator, Evernote has served well as a backdrop or collection tool, but it has never matched the way my mind works. I love Evernote for what it is and I can't imagine ever leaving it behind, but I will always be searching for a more visual and flexible tool. For those of you in the same boat, I strongly recommend that you sign up for the Milanote beta. I have been blown away with this tool! It looks like it will have a free version and a paid version. The paid will be higher priced than Evernote, but if the developers follow through on their roadmap, it may well be worth every penny. My dream is that Evernote and Milanote could somehow coexist/integrate as this would provide two incredible tools with very different interfaces and experiences.
  3. I added a post about LiveMinutes in the GTD dicsussion group at LinkedIn. There are usually some quality discussions and feedback going there so we might get some interesting points of view there. Alex, you may want to chime in over there. Developers of the solutions being discussed can really add to the conversation and it would like boost your user base quite a bit.
  4. Alex, Is there a specific place to provide feedback (google group, forum, FB page, etc.) or shall we provide it here? I am really becoming active with LiveMinute and I already have compiled some notes, questions and future feature requests. Awesome product!
  5. I absolutely love this tool!!! I've used dozens of different collaboration/project management solutions. There are some definite good ones out there, but so far I am finding LiveMinutes to be my favorite. i live in Evernote, so the intense connection between the two is awesome. IQTELL is about the only thing that compares. Thanks for a great product! As I use it more, I will be happy to give you more detailed and relevant feedback. JS
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