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Ceraus

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  1. Well I have good news: my 4.6 is still working! I've even logged out and back in, and my notes still sync. Maybe I can still get a few good years out of Evernote before I have to move on. In case it can be of use to you and your team, here's the installer for the 4.6.1.7860, the last version before forced margins and extra headers: https://filehippo.com/download_evernote/14084/
  2. I was just made aware of the HTTP security issue with older versions, specifically 6.4 - 6.7. However, I am still on Evernote 4.6, so: Do I need to upgrade, or is the 5-year old version safe? Does 6.8 still have the mind-boggling issue seen in the attached image? On my computer, the only way I use Evernote is opening upwards of 10 notes at at time (each in a separate window). I am not interested in a note-taking app where fully half of the space a note takes on-screen is wasted. Do I need to cancel my subscription and look for a more efficient note-taking solution?
  3. I posted this image around here two years ago: On Windows, when I use Evernote, I open up to 6 text-only notes and align them so that they fill the screen. What I highlighted in orange is a waste of space for me and I couldn't hide in Evernote 5 (whereas I could hide most of it in Evernote 4, which I'm stuck using). Has this been addressed?
  4. Same for me: I hoped Evernote 5 would make the note window even less cluttered than Evernote 4 by also allowing to remove the menu bar. http://discussion.evernote.com/topic/43597-evernote-for-windows-502-discussion/?p=232287
  5. I like most changes, but this upgrade is a real dealbreaker for my main use for Evernote: opening a lot of notes to see them all at once. In Evernote 4, F8 and Ctrl-F8 were my best friends, but I still had to contend with one useless (to me) centimeter of menu bar. I hoped Evernote 5 would allow me to hide that too, but instead, I'm stuck with 4 useless centimeters, not to mention the overly generous side margins! A full third of my screen real estate is now taken by clutter. I've made a helpful image:
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