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Johnathan Hebert

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    I have a similar issue to everyone else with the formatting of code and syntax in my notes. Any new code copy and pasted into notes do not have the same formatting, However what is worse is that existing notes lost their formatting.

    @Johnathan Hebertwill the syntax issue be fixed in the next release? This doesn't just affect new notes but also existing ones that I did not modify since the update.

    I'm interested to get more details on this one. Can you please post a before and after screenshot, or provide a detailed description of which styles are lost, and which styles are kept? Note formatting should not be altered for existing notes.

    Just a reminder that the problem with tables also apply to ALL EXISTING tables and new ones. Any hints on whether I will be able to recover my lost data? thanks!

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    2. Johnathan Hebert

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      Great thank you. I am looking at it now.

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      Johnathan Hebert

      I was able to confirm that this is indeed fixed in internal builds. I confirmed by loading the recovered note ENEX into the 6.11 GA build, and I see the tables are mangled and compressed to the left side. I then loaded it into the latest internal builds of the editor and see that it renders correctly.

      It will be fixed in the upcoming 6.11.1 release on Mac.

      These tables don't seem to be created from within Evernote. Did you paste them into the note from another application?

    4. fvg


      I pasted them the college site where I teach. It makes my life much easier to have all info in one place without logging in and out to access class info. 

      By the way, thanks for giving me access to the Note History. I was able to pull all information that was lost.

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