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  1. I didn't realize there was another shortcut. I did Shift + Alt + D, and it indeed put it in the title. Now, the other shortcut also works! I'm happy. Thank you.
  2. Today, this broke. I have not done an update (that I'm aware of). Windows client: (308716) Public (CE Build ce-62.5.9981) Anyone else? Can you do this on Windows client? 1. Create note. 2. Focus on title 3. Ctl+; (that is control-semicolon) Does the timestamp appear in the title, or in the body of the note? Thanks.
  3. On Windows 10 client. In Note List view. If I scroll deep down into the list, and then want to get back to the top of the list, I click and hold on the scroll box, and drag upward - as far as it will go. At this point, before releasing my mouse button, I see that the first Note is visible in the list. But when I release the mouse button, the list jumps down several notes. So I do it again, and this time it does the same thing, but doesn't jump quite as far down. I can never actually get to the the top of the list with this method. So what I have to do is either hit ctrol-home or click on the U
  4. So, no way to disable emojis? I never need them or want them. Adding in spaces is unintuitive when it comes to searching later, or pasting this content into other tools.
  5. Please start a separate thread. What you're talking about is different. We are talking about Notes, on a per-note basis, as locked/read-only. Not an entire Notebook. Thanks.
  6. This is a nice feature that I noticed got recently implemented. For some notes, I like to put the timestamp (or at least the date) in the note title. Until now, you could not do the CTL-SEMICOLON key combo while in the note title. Now you can. Love it. Thanks Evernote.
  7. I just installed " (307671) Public (CE Build ce-48.0.5483)" and, from what I can tell, this is fixed.
  8. I agree. It "seems" better, but I don't know what exactly the difference is. But still happening in some way. If we had an option "Automatically title the note based on first line", that would be great - we would all uncheck it, and that code wouldn't jitter the cursor around trying to help us. And this happens at the time when seconds count... a con-call just starts up, and I want to create a note and start typing into it immediately, as people are talking (e.g. who's attending). Meanwhile, EN is trying to save me time (haha) by auto-titling the note.
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