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Phil A

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  1. I use Nitro Pro for PDF viewing and manipulation and after you mentioned the Google Chrome PDF Viewer I looked again and see it listed on the drop down. You are absolutely right it's identical. Not sure how copying Google improves our experience in Evernote when the new functionality is so diminished.
  2. Thanks for the additional info on navigation. I did try what you suggested. The navigation via the arrow keys requires that you highlight the last page number and then you can use the arrow keys and Home and End work, too! But it is oh so clunky compared to the former rollover menu where everything was right there. Why not put the icons and everything that was in the rollover menu in the header that drops down on the PDF. That way you have the best of both worlds, i.e the same functionality as before plus the scrollable PDF. Win Win!! And I'm not sure what the number is in the left of the
  3. The PDFs are now scrollable which is fine if you have a short PDF but previously when you scrolled over the PDF a menu popped up that allowed you to go directly to the beginning or end or simply click through the pages. Also in that same scroll over menu there was an icon to open the PDF in your PDF program and to annotate, now that functionality is in the right click menu. But the thing that we used all the time in the scroll over menu and that worked great was the far right icon on the scroll over menu that allowed you to click and drag the entire PDF into say an e-mail for instance. It made
  4. Thanks for checking and getting back to me... I would point out though that to be consistent you should be able to press ESC to be done with the title just as you press ESC to be done with anything in the body of the note.
  5. Basically the way it worked previously when you hit the ESC key in the title it simply saved whatever had been changed and took the focus off the title. In other words edit the title, ESC, done. ESC should work from the note title the same way it works from the body of the note.Thanks for the shift-tab mention. I wasn't aware of that key combination to get to back to the note list.
  6. Up until several versions back in the Windows client the ESC key allowed you to exit editing the note title which was very handy since I routinely go through new notes to change or update the titles and nothing else. So you would go to the title edit or change what need edited or changed and ESC saved your changes and you were on to whatever you wanted to do next. In the latest version ESC does nothgin and in order to exit the title you either hit enter which takes you to the body of the note where you can then press ESC to exit the note. The only other option that I can find to exit a note ti
  7. For the Windows Client. Sorry I forgot to mention that. I'll also put this in the Windows specific forum. Thanks!!
  8. Up until several versions back the ESC key allowed you to exit editing the note title which was very handy since I routinely go through new notes to change or update the titles and nothing else. So you would go to the title edit or change what need edited or changed and ESC saved your changes and you were on to whatever you wanted to do next. In the latest version ESC does nothgin and in order to exit the title you either hit enter which takes you to the body of the note where you can then press ESC to exit the note. The only other option that I can find to exit a note title is to click the no
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