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  1. I tried looking this up in every phrasing I can think of. No dice. To be clear, this doesn’t happen while I’m typing, but if I then switch to a different note, the underline goes away. As I’m typing, Evernote will catch spelling errors and either auto-replace them (presumably that’s operating system-level functionality?) or give them a dotted, red underline if it’s not sure. However… If I leave the typo in place, and switch to a different note, and then come back to the typoed one, the underline is gone. Clicking somewhere on the note doesn’t trigger it. Clicking on the wor
  2. I think that last example is what is expected behavior. intitle should do a partial search while intitle:"corn" should only find the whole word corn. This is bad UI.
  3. While you may be comfortable using wildcard characters, this goes against a half-dozen usability commandments. First, it's not expected behavior ESPECIALLY since it differs from the search mechanism for the contents of a note. Second, while a large number of Evernote users are probably technically savvy, there are plenty that aren't. Failing to find a note because you typed something "wrong" in a search bar blames the user and when it yields no results, it creates a trust issue with the application. The quickest way to get me to leave a platform is to make me feel you it can't reliab
  4. I searched all over and couldn't find mention of this. I can't believe I'm the first one to get burned by it. I have a recipe for "cornmeal madeleines". I do a search for intitle:corn. No results. This is rather surprising since, quite clearly, the title contains the word "corn". Okay, I search for intitle:maddel (because, yes, I can rarely spell it correctly twice in a row). No results. I conclude, then, that the note is gone, so I recreate it from my various notes. Then I realize that I KNOW it exists. I added a * at the end of corn and, voila, it shows up. Seems to me, defaul
  5. Forgot to reply to Dave-in-Decatur. I'm not sure what the source of the previous notes was, but the one I just posted was either created from a "clip" on Reddit or maybe two notes were merged?
  6. OKAY, after a month, I've managed to get it to do it again. Greeked most of the text in the attached screenshot but you'll get the idea. I don't remember if this was the case in previous times it did this but, in this case, it happened in a numbered list. I think it's triggered by backspacing backward over a line break, but once it's triggered, every new numbered "bullet" is slightly larger.
  7. Okay, I'm not even sure how to word this to search for it. I tried a few different variations. While editing on Android (Samsung Galax Tablet), if I type, i'm fine. BUT! If I backspace "around" a line break (to delete a bad idea), the resulting line of type becomes larger. This happens EACH TIME I backspace to the previous line. Am I the only one?
  8. This seems like a pretty obvious feature and I'm surprised it wasn't included in the first place. (Though there are plenty of features being added on a regular basis I've no use for.) There should be a checkbox next to Simplified that says "Omit images". Subtracting images isn't that hard, folks. As for the "use case", take your pick. There may be a list of things interspersed with unwanted images like this GIF animation nightmare: https://www.bustle.com/articles/41136-10-tasty-ramen-hacks-to-make-your-bowl-of-noodles-even-more-slurp-able I could be getting a lot more thing
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