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  1. I think that one of the reasons why EN for Android still doesn't have the text encryption feature is that devs didn't figure out where to put it accordingly. But I think that a great place to put it is in the formatting toolbar, because it is already related to selected text. Please don't tell me that you can't code the encryption algorithm in the Android app because it can compute almost anything that a computer does, and in terms of text manipulation it is a piece of cake to do that.
  2. Hello, Evernote team! Will this issue be considered? Or are we fated to live with that UX change for now on?
  3. Hello. I'd like to say that I didn't appreciate too much the change on the user experience when selecting the Notebook for a note. (Version 7.15) Before, it showed last used notebooks, but not anymore. Besides that, current screen takes a long time to load so user has to wait before being able to make any choice. I currently have 185 notebooks grouped under 15 notebook groups.
  4. Thanks for the suggestion, but it's a little like using a cannon to kill a mosquito, just for a few simple text substitutions. Besides that, it's not free for use in a domain-controlled environment. Looking at the alternatives, I decided for now to stick with numeric keypad typing and/or charmap. And based on the answers, I guess this feature won't have much attention from EN developing team...
  5. I didn't look for any third-party products, but there's no native tool like that in Windows (which is the OS I use). Oh, I also use Android, but I doubt there are any tool (apart from an advanced keyboard) which could make such substitutions. But my suggestion was for Windows itself... I'll search for some third-party apps... Although I still agree that Evernote could have that feature natively.
  6. It would be great if Evernote had automatic substitutions as in MS Word. Every time I want to type the characters “ or ” (Left Double Quotation Mark, U+201C; Right Double Quotation Mark, U+201D), I need to type Alt+0147 or Alt+0148 in the numeric keypad. If the keyboard doesn't have a numeric keypad, then I need to use Character Map tool. There could be a list of “From-To” pairs of substitution for us to set up, with some default items (just as in MS Word).
  7. Just to let it registered, as of version (271698), this option resides at Tools > Options > Clipping > Open clipped note in a new window
  8. It's true... I've made a test, manually inserting a northern hemisphere location to a note, and it appeared in Atlas. But even after changing its location to southern hemisphere, Atlas wasn't updated; I needed to close/reopen Evernote in order to make Atlas become as before.
  9. Yes, I'm in Brazil; more specifically, state of Sao Paulo. It's strange, V4 didn't have this problem. Thanks for the hint. Hope EN fixes it soon...
  10. I'm using Evernote v. (261696). I know it's a great improvement from v.4 just to have reminders in the desktop app, but it still doesn't work as expected. Of course the best would be if we have an option or screen to see the reminders ordered by due date, with the option to hide completed tasks, just like the Android app. But at least the search by operators could work: I've tried to search for "reminderOrder:* -reminderDoneTime:*" and it doesn't hide reminders marked as completed; I've tried to search for "reminderOrder:*" and it shows notes from which I've cleared reminder information.I hope that next versions handle reminders better.
  11. I'm using Evernote v. (261696) in Windows 7 Professional 64-bit SP1. When I click in Atlas, it shows only a gray background with a compass rose, the title "EVERNOTE ATLAS" and the text "See your notes on a map. Atlas organizes your notes by location." My laptop doesn't have location services, but I have a lot of notes with geotagging information. Nevertheless, none of them are shown in Atlas.
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