Jump to content

defietstoerist

Member
  • Content count

    5
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

1 Neutral
  1. defietstoerist

    Any experience with Formulate?

    Just received a message from Artur Piszek, the developer of Formulate: I'm sorry, but the project is totally dead, I shared the source code here : https://github.com/artpi/Formulate Sad to hear this. I'm not a programmer, but hopefully someone has the time and the brains to work on this
  2. defietstoerist

    Any experience with Formulate?

    Formulate is a service (add-on? integration?) that facilitates spreadsheet calculations in an Evernote table. There is a website: http://formulate.artpi.net, but the link to the manual doesn't work. Does anyone have experience with Formulate? Is it still maintained/ developed? are there any other ways to do calculations in a table? I have tables with calculations and lots of links to other notes. Using a spreadsheet is possible but it would add an extra layer of complexity.
  3. defietstoerist

    Burmese not visible in Windows client

    Thank you Gazumped. I will follow the link you suggested.
  4. Dear all, when I type Burmese language into the Windows client, the letters appear as squares. However, I can type Burmese in the Android and browser client. The font I use in Windows is Arial Unicode MS, which is able to show Burmese. Other exotic alphabets like Cambodian, Tibetan and Nepali are no problem. Any suggestions how to use Burmese in the Windows client would be appreciated.
  5. Hi Allen, MapClipper is very nice and useful. I especially like the geotagging of the notes. But may I mention a few things I notice: In Google Maps, I found a pagoda in Vietnam by searching "but thap pagoda, vietnam". But MapClipper couldn't find the pagoda. When I used Vietnamese: "chùa bùt tháp, việt nam" MapClipper found the pagoda. So, the search function in MapClipper seems to work different from Google Maps. The pagoda was successfully clipped to Evernote, including the co-ordinates and the name of the location. However, when I clicked on the geotag, Google Maps showed a location 500 m apart from the pagoda. You can see it in the attachment. When I save the pagoda in Google Maps on my laptop, I can send it to my smartphone. When I open the pagoda on my smartphone, it shows at exactly the right position. So, Google knows the exact location. For some reason the location differs after clipping Google maps. Sending the maps to Evernote is great for planning and documentation. I would like to transfer the co-ordinates to my gps for navigation so I need the exact location. I hope you can have a look at this. Anyway, MapClipper is a very useful tool. Best regards, Fritz
×