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  1. Same here: on the web, and in PC client before and after updating. 10.8.4-win-ddl-public (2349) Editor: v118.1.15148 Service: v1.28.1 © 2019 - 2021 Evernote Corporation. All rights reserved (Editor search inside note is working fine)
  2. 10.7.6-win-ddl-public (2321) Editor: v117.1.15008 Service: v1.27.2 © 2019 - 2021 Evernote Corporation. All rights reserved Shortcuts are not only fixed, but improved. Date and time formats are sensitive to region: "30 January 2021" "18:20". Thanks for listening, Evernote.
  3. My experience is the same as others. Latest Windows 10: "Edition Windows 10 Pro Version 20H2 Installed on ‎2020-‎10-‎04 OS build 19042.746 Serial number 028647193853 Experience Windows Feature Experience Pack 120.2212.551.0" ...AND PLEASE: While you're fixing those critically important date and time shortcuts, please respect windows (short) date and time formats. Every culture has its own conventions, and forcing the US format on everyone is a serious annoyance (except, perhaps, for some Americans...).
  4. Since 10.6.9, editor keystrokes don't work. Not merely 'Insert Date' and 'Insert Time', but even 'Bold' and 'Strikethrough'. Am I missing something?
  5. Grrr... Since I upgraded to 10.6.9 none of the editing keystrokes work! Not only date and time, but even bold and strikethrough have gone. What's the story, Evernote?
  6. ...and here: How to add date and time stamps to your notes – Evernote Help & Learning
  7. Aha! After staring at the help page for a while, and extrapolating from the Mac guidance, I found the shortcut that inserts the time of day in the Windows editor: Ctrl-Shift-D It's an annoyance that Ctrl-; doesn't work any more, but on the other hand I can now insert time without date. I'll live with it for now. Meanwhile, Evernote: please add this missing information to the knowledgebase!
  8. I found the reason why I couldn't participate in the beta. I'm using the web browser that came with the computer, instead of installing a third-party product. I understand Microsoft Edge is going through a brain transplant, and I hope it will join the list of supported browsers in future. I normally use the Windows and Android clients anyway, and would prefer to test those instead anyway.
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