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Danielsan

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  1. Danielsan

    Chrome Exclude images from clipped webpages

    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 things done in Evernote at work that aren't necessarily related to the thing I should be working on, but the images "give it away". For now, this does the job reasonably well: https://www.textise.net/
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    Cannot change tag capitalization

    JMichael, Oooh... That WOULD have been a great tip... but doesn't seem to work on the Mac version (6.2 452688 Direct). In fact, if anything, it invites EVEN MORE frustration. So close...
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    Cannot change tag capitalization

    Add my vote to the "This is annoying (to a very OCD group of people)". Tags should be any case the user wants. I have tags for ADA compliance, but I also have tags for "adaptability". Evernote attempts to be helpful by typing "AD" when I type "ad" but, if I keep typing, STOP TRYING TO FORCE ONE TAG INTO ANOTHER.
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    Cannot change tag capitalization

    Your list suggests that the user change their behavior around the application rather than the other way around. That is the opposite of usability.
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    Quick Clipper should auto-save

    It's much too easy to jot a quick note in the clipper and leave it "unsaved" in the buffer. Granted, it's there if I go back to it, but I can't depend on that information being automatically available elsewhere. I propose a preference that lets the user specify that a note should be saved: • If focus changes from the window • After a certain amount of time. (30 seconds? 2 minutes? 5 minutes? Every day at 6 p.m.?) Or am I missing already-existing functionality?
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    Formatting of Merged Notes

    The formatting of merged notes is, to put it mildly, "unattractive". I almost dread merging notes because the results need to be edited before I can tolerate looking at them. While I suppose it's handy to know that a note is the results of two individual notes, I can't imagine there aren't a nearly infinite number of better ways to indicate that fact. 1. Ditch the grey background. 2. Use the same font used for titles of notes. No need to embellish. 3. For bonus points, add metadata to the bottom indicating the results of the merge (what notes were merged to create the resulting note.) 4. Destructive actions ilke this should also be UNDOABLE. (Or, at least, give the option of keeping the individual notes.)
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    mac Hide Related Notes in Mac Client

    Probably stating the obvious, but this should be in the interface itself. Right-clicking on the related notes or maybe a disclosure triangle to hide and show related notes without having to jump into preferences would be a big help. -Daniel
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