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  1. I thought I'd share a screenshot I found amusing. I can only say this anecdotally, but it feels like ever since the switch to the new editor, Evernote on Mac has really gotten loose with its memory use. This is slightly abnormal, as I usually shutdown Evernote at the end of each day, where it's usually sitting around 1.5G of RAM use. The Evernote process in this screenshot has been running since Sunday at 10pm (about 2 days). I will say that it's functioning normally. For whatever that's worth.. Not really a bug report.
  2. Bug - Create a bulleted list Paste a URL in (it turns blue for me) "Shift+Enter" for a new non-bulleted item Type text The first letter on the non-bulleted line will be part of the above link. I've attached a screenshot of it
  3. Another bug - On a bulleted list, do a shift+enter for a non-bulleted line. Any text you paste in here will jump up to the previous line.
  4. Small bug - If you open a note in its own window, then change the name of the note, the window (the OS window) won't reflect the new name until the window is reopened. I find this is a problem mostly when I create a new note with Cmd+n. I have a window called "Untitled" regardless of what I name the note. Otherwise it's looking good so far! Edit - Using links to browse through notes in a window will also not cause the window title to change. Can be confusing.
  5. Have to say that I feel similarly regarding the bullets/newline issue. I can't make any changes to my notes, otherwise the incorrect formatting sticks. I'm trying to make do with the desktop client for reading, and the web client for changes. It's not ideal.
  6. These shift+enter's seem to be tricky. I notice that text in my previous notes that should be one line down and unbulleted end up on the same line as the bullet. I've included a screenshot comparing what the web client shows vs. the Mac client. (Running beta 3, of course) Quick edit: So, this is on all notes, even new ones. I've changed my screenshot to a test note. To reproduce: Create new note Create a bulleted list Enter some text Shift+Enter Enter some text Looks good? Leave note and come back Now it looks like my note below.
  7. I suppose it's a trade off to consider, but if you've chosen a good password (and it can be a good one, because it's the only one you need to remember) I doubt it could be "hacked." I think the biggest risk would be unlocking the password database on a computer with a keylogger. What you've gained by using the password manager is the ability to use unique and impossibly hard passwords everywhere. Trying to create and remember good and unique passwords for every possible site seems much harder to accomplish than keeping your one password safe. I also think it's much more likely that bad guys will come across a password of yours from any one of the numerous sites you have an account on, rather than your password database. I litter my password database all over the place as I think the biggest risk is losing access to it, and thereby losing access to everything. I put it on USB keys and give it to friends, it has it's own publicly accessible (but hopefully unknown) TinyURL. Once a year I change all the passwords to sites that I figure are "sensitive" (like my bank), and also change my master password. I suspect this is overkill. Your mileage may vary, of course.
  8. Higher Ed

    I'm not sure that this will meet one of your needs, but I use a third-party service called 'Reflect': https://reflectapp.io/ They say they create flashcards from your notes, but really it will just allow you to set a batch of your notes to be displayed to you on a schedule.
  9. What made me downgrade was the ever increasing gaps the editor was putting between my images and the text. I reported this problem further up, and it sounds like it'll be fixed in the next release. It's a lot worse than I first reported. Annotating an image would put a full screen of blank space in between all images and text. So after an hour of taking notes I'd have 20+ screens (like, "page down" sized) of blank spaces in between each image. I was spending more time deleting whitespace than working. I agree with you on the benefit of providing beta feedback, and I'm still in. Just going to wait until the next beta rather than sit with beta 2.
  10. Who knew we had it so good in the 6.9.2 release? I downgraded. In an old job we had a rule about never making releases on Friday. Evernote may be different, but I don't expect we'll see the next beta until next week. Fingers crossed for a good beta 3!
  11. Here's a bug I think I've found: In a note start a bulleted list. Create a new line without a bullet (Shift+Enter) Paste a picture on this new line. Taking a screenshot is a quick way to do this (Control+Shift+Cmd+4) Make at least one more bullet. Now leave the note then come back Create some more bullets, but paste another picture on a new non-bulleted line (Shift+Enter) Leave note and come back You should now have an extra line between any previously pasted picture and the content below. Sounds minor, but I've got massive gaps between between pictures now. Fixing is a pain, but that's the worst of it.
  12. Out of curiosity, do we know that Microsoft doesn't have the same (or worse) policy regarding OneNote notes?
  13. First On an indented bullet Like this one for example If I put my cursor at the very beginning of the indented line (between the bullet and the 'L') and hit "fn+delete", the bullet will unindent. I'd expect it to delete the 'L'. Second On a bulleted list, if I press "Shift+Return", I get a new bulleted line. I'd expect a new line without a bullet. Like this Does. Third If a take a screenshot to my clipboard (Control+Shift+Cmd+4), then paste it into a note, the picture is 2x the original size. I can resize the picture in the editor, but only if the image is over a certain size. The dimensions don't seem totally lost, because if I annotate the image shows up in that window the right size. After annotation it will go back to being 2x the size. Quick edit on this - I suspect this is Retina-screen related, so it might not be reproducible in VMs or non-retina Macs. I guess that's it for reproducible "lots more bugs." Like others, I also frequently have an empty bullet created for me when I hit enter, with my cursor then placed on an unbulleted line below the empty bullet. If I use the arrow keys to try to get back to the empty bullet the cursor will skip the line. I haven't been able to reproduce this reliably however. Also, as I think I saw mentioned here, if I'm scrolled down at all, clicking on an attachment will jump the note back up to the top. (Only if the note is in it's own window, and with a single right click it seems.) If I remember or find more, I'll post them here.
  14. I keep coming here to check in on things, but thought I might post this time. Evernote, feel free to push the next release into beta early! I've felt that the releases lately have been great, and much more polished than the frequent releases of long past. However, having said that, text editing in 6.10 is painful. I've sent my bugs to Evernote support (all of which they said were known), and I see lots more here. The idea of being stuck with this release for much longer is an awful thought. For whatever that's worth. Thanks!
  15. Can anyone confirm this for me? At the bottom of a note (or in a new note), start a bulleted list Type some text, then hit "Shift+Enter" to go to a newline without a bullet point Take a screenshot (Ctrl+Cmd+Shift+4) Paste that screenshot onto the newline with no bullet point For me, I lose the newline, and the image I paste gets put on the end of the above line. Seems small, but it's new.