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YangKC

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  1. So it is about a beta version, understand, thanks for your attention.
  2. Hi there, I found a problem in Evernote, probably the cause of latest update(6.9.2.6423 (306423) Prerelease (CE Build ce-1.36.3494); Windows 8.1), when I clicked on any image in any note, all contents of every note becomes blank, I have to exit the app and restart it and stay away from the action "Clicking any image" to continue to use the Evernote app, please suggest, thanks. Regards, KC
  3. Hello All, I just found the trick to do the titled issue, so I would like to share it here, I tried to change Google Chrome setting to "Request Desktop Site" and then logged in to Evernote web, now I can view the note listing in Android/Google Chrome browser. Following an idea coming from nowhere, I searched and found a webpage talking about this(Android — How Do I View the Desktop Version of Web Pages?) and tried the option 1 in there. Hope this help. Regards, KC aka Ben
  4. On second thought, perhaps they are not able to fix the problem because of unusual electronic issues, if Evernote guys ever come to me and tell me so, I will buy their story and stay put, be patient. However, most of other Evernote users won't accept the scenario I just mentioned like I do.
  5. Note sure about your so-called "native android browser", I clicked the link via Android/Gmail, and it opened a browser not belonging any of my installed browser app, and I can see the public note, hope this help. But to be clear, this thread is about a "Viewing a note listing" in Android browser(An issue not solved yet), not a single note.
  6. For the record, after a long period of time without a new incident of the titled issue, it happened again just now. Except the size of the tree is smaller than previous one, no serous damage made, but this can surly alert me. This record is meant to be an awareness-raising purpose.
  7. The titled issue is getting annoyingly serious in my Windows Evernote during the last few days.
  8. Thanks for your reply. Uh...let me guess, you are probably talking about OneNote, if so, that is not for me, for Onenote does not provide a well-designed tag management system like Evernote, the power of a good tag management system is essential, I do hope other competitors paying more attention to improvement of tag management system though.
  9. Hello, I found this thread when I searched Evernote forum, and it looks to me(a free account user) the problem described in this thread is quite similar to my problem and another user(a paying account user) mentioned in an earlier Twitter thread in March(derivative from another Facebook thread in Chinese language), the problem never really goes away fully, it just gets worse from time to time(like my recent days). The problem does not go away even after a few times of reinstallation of Evernote app and a few times of reset of computer Windows OS. I'm making this post for awareness raising and hoping there is a solution coming up. Kind Regards, Ben
  10. Hello @briancaldwell, thank you for your attention, then I hope "the best way" could be better.
  11. Appreciate it, then I still need to know how things work based on my user environment.
  12. Hello, thanks for your information, does your reply apply to Evernote free account?
  13. Hello: Because my experience of using Evernote Android is that the app is too big and too slow and not practical which I also notice some reports from other Evernote users, I managed to read EV note via Android browser while integrate it with my personal GTD app(MLO, MyLifeOrgainzed in this case), it is fine for me to be able to read a note associated with a MLO task item. However, from time to time, I still need to view the note listing, but I can not figure it out how, so the question as in the thread title becomes important to me, please share some useful information to me, thanks.
  14. Dear all: For the record. I have a new guess about the possible cause of the problem in this thread, the guess reached me while I am, AGAIN, working on the optimization of my personalized Evernote tag management. I just tried to add/remove/modify a few tag assigned to 100 notes or so, during the operations, Evernote system docked into several few-seconds-long unresponsive status(The problem has been happening since then), my guess is, the incident in the 1st post could occurred when I kept on pushing the Evernote system further by more Add/Remove/Modification operations to tags during the period of few-seconds-long unresponsive status. Then again, it is just my guess. Kind Regards, Ben P.S.: The "Automatically Select Child Tags" in "Navigation Options" is checked in the scenario in this thread.
  15. I just checked it after I read your reply, but it seems to me that none of the "not responding" issues posted is alike to mine, the issue I described happens only to the input process in search box of "Tags View"...perhaps I shall consider to start a new thread, I'm trying to keep my online activities economic though... Thanks for your reply, I think it is gone.
  16. Thanks for reply, I knew that, the reason I skipped this method is that this method is not practical according to my user experience, it should works like what you said, but every time I did that, let's say, if I input a word "Evernote" into search box of Tags View, it shall take approximate one second or less, but it took "11 seconds" for the word "Evernote" input process to be finished, I never actually timed it, I just did because I'm just about to put down in words in this forum. BTW, I made a search for this "input delay" issue in Evernote forum with chosen keywords ""tags view" slow"(or replaced Slow with Delay or Input), I got zero search result, that is not what I expected, but anyway...just so you know why I skipped the method. I did not report it because it is not my priority issue of Evernote application activities-I'm having a workaround for the described glitch, and I use it a lot.
  17. I have a feeling that your solution might not be suitable for me, my tag system is quiet a huge one-approximate 1,500 tags with many right arrows and many levels, it is not a human task to find a tag among a large tag tree structure as described. But hey, thank you for your information.
  18. Thanks for your reply, but I'm not following you, isn't a user capable to find any tag through operations like clicking "Crtl+Q" and types the tag name or clicks on the magnifier icon somewhere at the left panel and type the tag name and find it? I tried both, did not find my missing tag. I will keep trying, I hope I am as lucky as you are.
  19. Thanks for your reply, it is a pity that I am using Evernote for Windows OS, looking forward to similar suggestion/idea/tip for Evernote/Windows OS user environment.
  20. I just discovered that 1 tag with similar title like "Important Note of Mine" in thousands of notes of my Evernote is gone, I found this thread by searching, I reported my incident following this thread for the record. The concept to have a tag as mentioned is to provide myself a quick way to find those notes tagged because I think they are important, now they are all gone, I don't even know when the tag disappeared.
  21. To whom it may concern: Following the recent situation① in Evernote tag system management process which I experienced, I recently started to took screenshots of my tag tree structure before I move a tag tree, the reason I did so is that if a tag tree collapse again during moving process, I can have a reference to depend on in order to rebuilt the tag tree. So, I hereby make the request to Evernote Corporation to provide a similar security measure for users who has the same concern①, it could be an export of the tag structure or something like that. Thank you in advance for your attention. Regards, Ben ① Tag Tree Fell Down 3 Times During Moving Between Parent Tag
  22. Thanks for all recent replys, the concept of mentioned operation behavior guessed and described by @gustavgi as below is not in my mind, so since the concept is not in my mind, it is not likely I repeated the operation behavior three times. No, the incidents did not happen because of that. In regard to I too, performed a few test, but smaller than yours, I can not afford bigger test for the time being, the problem is there, it just happens by chance if I can put it in this way. After my incident, I dramatically reduce the moves to move a tag tree. If I have to, I moved a branch by a branch and created a placeholder tag in advance at the targeted location to prevent the tags mixed together if it happens again...of course, this is not a acceptable and workable solution, I did this as a damage control, because the 360-tag tag tree is within a bigger tag tree of approximate-600-tag tag tree. Anyway, it's catastrophic to the vision that I had based on the design of the Evernote tag system.
  23. On a personal note, among three mentioned incidents, one of the tag trees contains approximate 360 tags(In a tree structure). The point is, it is a sever impact to the benefits I could get from utilization of Evernote tag system. While Evernote Twitter people was already in touch with me by asking some personal details related to my account, I am looking forward to a quicker solution to recover my confidence while utilizing Evernote tag system.
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