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acheong87

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  1. I installed OneNote yesterday as well. I almost hope they _don't_ fix it soon, because I have long been frustrated with Evernote and I'm so close to switching to anything. Do URLs still post as the default font-family / font-size regardless what your font is? Checking... yes they do. Does the font size randomly reset to default when you delete a list or delete certain lines (I can't figure out the pattern)? Yes it does, and then there is no way to remove that "corrupt" font changer without highlighting the whole region around it and reselecting the font you desire. Does it still take an enormous amount of time to select a large amount of text (say, 100 lines) and change its font-family or font-size? Yes, and for my notes that are 1000+ lines I have to go and do something else while Evernote remains frozen. I don't have time to write up bug reports every update and wait for fixes. I'm not EN's QA team. "Do I think every single Evernote user would *like* autoformatting?" Who just answers "Yes!" to that question and releases something like that with no way to opt out? For software of this scale, especially. I hope someone in management or a leadership position soon makes a bold move, because I really did want to like Evernote. I had issues from the beginning (2 years ago) and thought things would get better. 800 notes later (no clippings, all handtyped notes), I'm sad this isn't the case. Sorry about the rant. It's been a long time brewin'. Figured I'd just get it out my system here, out of everyone's way.
  2. Is there a way to disable the "[]" to checkbox autoformatting? I might be the only user in the world who types "[]" frequently, but it is really annoying and slowing me down. I am a programmer and use "[]" for empty arrays as well as, in a completely different context, an "untagged" category to organize different sections of my notes.
  3. Hello, I agree—it was weird to me that the note's contents would be in focus first. Workaround #1 I found that pressing <F2> moves your cursor to the title field. Workaround #2 Personally, I run AutoHotkey (free download). I added the following to my script so that Ctrl+N would not only create a new note, but press <F2> automatically as well. #IfWinActive, ahk_class ENMainFrame ^n:: SendInput ^n Sleep 100 SendInput {F2} Return#IfWinActiveIf it's not working, try increasing the 100. That's the number of milliseconds to wait between Ctrl+N and <F2>—you may have to wait longer than I do if you're running a slower PC. Hope this helps someone.
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