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  1. Thanks, gazumped! Was brought here straight from a Google search and neglected to note that it was a user-supported forum. Much obliged.
  2. This is absolutely maddening. A popup EVERY TIME a PDF is viewed is absolutely ridiculous...please provide a fix for this ASAP.
  3. +1. Shocked that this is not yet incorporated given the rich functionality throughout the rest of the application.
  4. How has support for "Print Selection" still not been added to Evernote after 3 years? Surely this is highly annoying (and limiting) for other users as well?
  5. I never stopped to think that an OS-level tweak might be what was required. Worked like a charm. Appreciate the assistance!
  6. I'm fairly new to Evernote (which I'm running in Mac OS X Mavericks), so my apologies if this is a naive question... I would like to get into the habit of using Evernote to keep track of command snippets from Unix sessions. Oftentimes when running Python/Perl scripts, program flags will require double dashes (--) when specifying a particular option. For example, test_script.pl --option=blahblah Unfortunately, Evernote will always assume when you type a double dash (--) that what you REALLY want to type is an em dash (—), and it will replace the double dash with the em dash accordingly to help you out. This is unacceptable for the type of record keeping I would like to perform, but I haven't been able to find any way to turn off this behavior. Does anyone know of a workaround or some way I might turn off this autoformatting 'help' that Evernote is providing? Thanks, Nate
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