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  1. I agree. Update every week or two is annoying, especially with those issues connected with updating - icon gets unpinned from taskbar, some user configurations are forgotten... Maybe a user setting allowing us to set the amount of days in which we want to check for updates? This could make everybody happy - people who want latest and greatest and people who are fine to update once in a two months.
  2. thank you for the hint, I wasn't aware of vertical layout. But still the same problem - resizing is designed for super-humans. At least for me it was like ten seconds of chasing the ultra thin resizer of vertical layout before I successfuly grabbed it and made the pane bigger so I could see names of my notes and not just create and change date. I guess it is only one pixel wide and that IS small. I would really appreciate if developers make both horizontal and vertical resizing user-friendly (because now it is REALLY unfriendly) I don't think this is extra difficult. \ I know this is just a stupid moaning, but why would anyone take time to design his own scrollbars (what is wrong with standard windows scrollbars?) and then not take time to design resizers in order to make them at least a little usable. IMHO this is a fail of EN developers :-)
  3. When editing a note in Windows EN client application, resizing the edit area is real pain. First, resizer is not marked by anything and thus is practically invisible until you hover over it with mouse (usually applications use specific icon or at least color to mark the resizer, why EN does not?) and second, resizer is incredibly small even when there is actually enough space for it to sit in. In the image bellow, I colored current resizer in red. I propose that this resizer should be much bigger (get more height so it occupies whole white stripe under the scroll bar) and also that it should be themed in a way that everyone can recognize it immediately. This resizing is actually quite important for me - when I am looking for a certain note in a notebook, I need upper area to be big, whereas when I am editing a note, I want lower area to be big. I hope this makes sense.
  4. YES, please fix this! It's been annoying me for quite a time and I think it is really a silly bug.
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