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  1. Thanks for all the responses! I find this limitation amazing. Given the incredible popularity of this product, I can't fathom why there isn't a major uproar- this isn't the way any major search engine that I know of works. A slightly revised example of how it works: So if the substring you are searching for also exists in that note as a string, EN will also find the substring in that note!!! If my note has 978 Line 1 Stuff here Line 2 More Stuff Line 3 I owe $1978 to the store it will highlight both instances of 978 in the note(and I verified it will find additional instances). But if I remove the "978", it won't find the substring in "1978". So if I know the substrings I might look for, I can seed them in the note to help me find it later :-) Actually, it helps me a little, but it's not what I really need.
  2. I find evernote search to be unreliable, especially strings in text. Seems to have trouble if what I'm searching for doesn't start after a delimiter. e.g., if the string is "I owe $1978 to the store" - and I search for 978 it's not found. If I change the string to "I owe $1978 to the store 978" it now finds both instances of 978. Remove second instance, again not found. It will find 1978- seems to struggle with middle of text strings. This is very frustrating.
  3. I know this is a really old thread, but it's applicable. I can set the default in Evernote Windows, which affects new notes. I can change an individual note to my chosen size, and when synced to Android, it will be correct. But if I edit the note in Android, when it syncs back with windows the font size change is gone on Android. At the moment, it appears to retain the font size of choice on Windows. In order to get the font back on Android, I have to make a font size change on windows. Even though I've set the default in Evernote Windows to be 8! By futzing around I can sometimes get it back from 10 to 8, but then edit in Android and the vicious cycle starts again. Would love to have a solution for this. create new note with font size 8. (8 is my default)new will be created on Android at 8edit note in Android. Font size will go to 10.data will get synced to Windows; windows will stay at 8 (although I've seen it go to 10)change Windows to a different font size, e.g., 9. Now Android will go to 9.
  4. I know this is a really old thread, but it's applicable. I can set the default in Evernote Windows, which affects new notes. I can change an individual note to my chosen size, and when synced to Android, it will be correct. But if I edit the note in Android, when it syncs back with windows the font size change is gone on Android. At the moment, it appears to retain the font size of choice on Windows. In order to get the font back on Android, I have to make a font size change on windows. Even though I've set the default in Evernote Windows to be 8! By futzing around I can sometimes get it back from 10 to 8, but then edit in Android and the vicious cycle starts again. Would love to have a solution for this. create new note with font size 8. (8 is my default)new will be created on Android at 8edit note in Android. Font size will go to 10.data will get synced to Windows; windows will stay at 8 (although I've seen it go to 10)change Windows to a different font size, e.g., 9. Now Android will go to 9.
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