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  1. Recently, I have upgraded to version 10.0.10 1838 Public. I cannot easily create new notebooks by right clicking or even create stacks with multiple notebooks any longer. I've been using Evernote for years with a paid subscription and this has caused issues with the way I work, now. For a new notebook, I can go File -> new notebook, or use the keyboard shortcut. But cannot even create a new stack by dragging and dropping one notebook onto another. While the new version is nice, it would be nice to bring back the right click menu. Also, how do we create stac
  2. Maybe instead of cutting features to current users, demanding a paid membership; they should just add better features to entice people to want to buy it? Then people would buy a paid subscription and not look to phase the product out. Even if someone from Evernote would acknowledge one of the largest threads on their forums???? However, they are crazy if they think cutting features by limiting devices is not going to do anything but shun negotiation savvy (who don't give money away) consumers away from their company. I do thank Evernote for letting me use two machines to get all doc
  3. Far as "not enough Linux users". Linux users are usually people who are tech savvy and NEED to keep notes. I'm an I.T. professional and NEED notes. But being an I.T. professional I understand the benefits of using Linux as my primary workstation. Sure there are 100 million Windows users for every single Linux user. But how many out of that one million have needs for a paid subscription to Evernote? Linux users: professional I.T. people who are more computer scientists. As well students taking Computer Science. So... the majority of Linux users could use a paid subscription to Ever
  4. Having the time to make over 5000 posts on Evernote forums only proves you have too much time on your hands. Aside from putting words in my mouth (or posts), the only problem I have is justifications for your opinion. In case you didn't realize, it stinks. Please go to your Winblows, and let us upper-echolon users/developers discuss our operating system of choice. There is no way to block you, and you're stinking (I mean littering) this topic with opinion. You use Windows! Why are you opinionating amongst us, who are trying to discuss Evernote in Linux? We have heard your opinion. Now kind
  5. Business decision or poor planning. I love how random interwebz people come in here and talk like an Evernote ceo. Computer + opinion, means knowledgeable these days. Give someone mod status because they have nothing better to do with their time and they they're a god. Fluffy computing is going to people's ego. Lmao
  6. See upthread as to why this is difficult. Good luck if you can get it working. You may need more luck to keep it working. It is not a stable deployable solution hence not really a revenue opportunity for Evernote. Same for NixNote 2. The WINE problem is the current EV solution appears to need more than a bog standard Windows API. It isn't designed to be OS agnostic so I guess EV are stuck without an expensive rewrite that won't do anything but possible regress their main market. That's why they say no. Though adopting NixNote/Java and sorting it into a distributable version using current lib
  7. Obviously, asking for a native Linux client in QT or something is never gonna happen. However, there are two options: 1 - hire experienced developers and design around WINE compatibility. 2 - use a Java base - and tweak for each platform: Linux, mac, and that other o/s
  8. Obviously, asking for a native Linux client in QT or something is never gonna happen. However, there are two options: 1 - hire experienced developers and design around WINE compatibility. 2 - use a Java base - and tweak for each platform: Linux, mac, and that other o/s
  9. Try marching into Wal-Mart and demanding that they sell you a car. If you are lucky, you will only get laughed at. But since you think that sort of thing is ok, maybe I should demand that you write an EverNote replacement that will run on Linux. See how well that works? If somebody *does* write an EverNote replacement that is suitably cross-platform, I may well buy it -- and drop my premium subscription to EverNote, even though the cost only amounts to a flea-bite. But jumping up and down and pitching a fit because EverNote doesn't see fit to do it is unlikely to accomplish much -- except
  10. You don't feel entitled to demand software is made for the operating sytem in use, before paying any money? Do you demand bags fit your vacuum? Or just buy anything people sell you?
  11. So you're saying that if people want something they should just shut up beacuse life isn't fair? Great attitude!Btw; cool nick.... +1 Linux version +1 Redo the osx client to be more like the windows version Obviously people don't understand supply and demand. While at the original time Evernote may have felt there wasn't demand, but it's our work to change that. Anyone who thinks it's final should look at companies that don't adapt. I mean Microsoft is considering going open source and porting .net to Linux. There is demand for .net on Linux. A quiet voice is no voice... I could not agree mo
  12. An off-topic comment asking to stay on topic? The irony. Mods are not white-nights, they are people not gods.
  13. What exactly do you mean with "the Evernote App"? The web app or the just released native ChromeOS app (ported from Android)? I mean a Chrome App. Google Chrome has "Apps" that run off Chromium. They are developed in NodeJS and use Chrome's NodeJS Engine. There are VNC clients, RDP clients, etc.... Very similar in concept to ChromeOS. Practically the same as Chrome OS uses Chromium as a NodeJS engine as well. Its trivial to port a CromeOS App to run off Chromium in any operating system. If in doubt look at the screenshot. Every App for Evernote just uses HTTP and HTML with the operating syst
  14. No offense, but I find it sad that someone doesn't know how to use a dictionary and/or fully comprehend the meaning of a word. "Affiliated" is a useful word b/c one does not need to be EMPLOYED by a company in order to get some sort of benefit by promoting a company. I would suggest you make a note of that. It may come in handy someday. https://www.godaddy.com/affiliates/affiliate-program.aspx As to your other comments, it appears you are the one wanting a flame war. Please abide by the forum code of conduct & refrain from name calling/flaming. Thank you. https://discussion.everno
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