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  1. 10.4.3 is very hit & miss for me - on a windows machine i7 8th gen, with 16gb ram. Some days it's very much usable, other times I have to avoid it and use the Legacy version.
  2. Primary laptop i7 8th gen 1.8ghz with 16gb ram - I have Legacy on here as well as v10 (not at the same time though). Performance is horrid. I have it also running on a test bench Windows 10 VM and performance there is pretty decent: AMD 3400g @ 3.7Ghz with 16gb ram. Not running Legacy. Surface Pro 4 i7 at 2.2ghz with 16gb ram is running 'ok', but still slow. Not running Legacy. I might have to remove Legacy from my primary laptop and see if things behave differently. I don't run Legacy and v10 concurrently (generally anyway).
  3. How much RAM does your machine have? I've got a 16gb laptop that is similar to what you're experiencing... but my desktop with 32GB ram runs quick. I think they (Evernote) has some serious performance issues to iron out in this version - BUT the good news is that it should be possible. I've compared a few similar apps running the same application framework and they are quick and well tuned. So it is certainly possible! I'd roll back to the Legacy version for now but keep an eye on updates for performance improvements.
  4. Inking is much nicer now.. thanks for that fix - BUT.... and a really big BUT is the saving time nees to be drastically improved. As i sit here typing this, I'm currently at the 3 minute mark waiting on a 3 hand written words to save. I wanted to see if you're still running "infinite paper" and it appears you are - in addition to those 3 words, I drew out lines in the two diagonals a few times to enlarge the page. .. 4 minutes still saving now. I did a more basic test a few minutes ago, a quick basic sketch with 3 colors and a single sentance of writing. That took a few seconds
  5. Have you tried force closing the app and restarting it? That generally seems to correct problems like that.
  6. I'm not Gazumped - but can tell you - on Windows anyway - that both of these are separate - if you're running Legacay and don't want to play with v10 - uninstall and you should only have the Legacy database remaining. In my case, I have a 38gb database - I have the entire database downloaded in Legacy and v10 also downloads the entire database - so I have 76gb of space used up with Evernote - if I remove either Legacy or v10, I'll drop back to 38gb used. Legacy and v10 databases are completely separate and completely different database formats.
  7. I use the service If This Then That (IFTTT) to build a new journaling page each day at 5 am with the days weather forecast already built in and all my writing/journaling prompts for the day. Here's how I do it:
  8. Have any of you played around in the Electron wrapper Developer Tools ( View menu -> Advanced -> Toggle Developer Tools) ? I was playing around with different devices being emulated and found when running on ipad pro, was actually getting fast loads - images would render much faster than as running as default. Granted, resolution changed, and other headaches present themselves - BUT - the TL;DR is that I remain "hopeful" that the Evernote team can do some code tweaks and further bug fixes to improve the performance drastically (especially when I see a slew of errors & warning
  9. Does the section I've bolded also mean that Evernote "note links" in v10 will stay within v10 instead of opening web browsers? I have numerous IFTTT applets generating notes during the day, and they have links to notes - Legacy opens them within Legacy app... where-as v10 forces a browser to open to Evernote Web. Any timeline on this particular fix?
  10. I maybe forgot to post a video update I did recently - but I found it working just fine with Apple Scribble mode on or off. However, the main bug I found was it taking too long to save files - it seems like we have infinite 'paper' and although that idea is nice, I'm guessing it is generating far too large of file sizes - I waited SEVEN minutes for a simple sketch note to save and then gave up and aborted it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iwwm8LVXLwE
  11. Definitely not - all the attachments are kept separately in individual files from what I've seen playing around in the folder structure this morning .
  12. You're OK for now.. There is a local sql database and attachment folder BUT if you have limited bandwidth , it is going to download EVERYTHING to get fully synced up.
  13. For files inside the new Evernote structure, here's what I've found: But first, here is an example note link: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s144/nl/27217275/a504b0b6-5aa9-42f9-aa12-505ef1f8737a?title=Server Rebuild / Computer System Plan Out See that a504b0b6-xxxxx number? That's your note ID - at least what I'd assume is the note ID. The 27217275 number is your user ID number/account number. FYI, the link has been altered, so it won't likely do anything for you if you do click on it. So... On Windows anyway, your data at: C:\Users\USER\AppData\Roaming\Evernote\resource-cach
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