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  1. For example, look at the attachment below to see how Chrome makes it intuitive to tell which tab is selected and which tab is unselected. Which tab do you think is selected? The first tab or the second tab? The answer is the second tab. Chrome makes the selected tab stand out from the top bar. You can see that the selected tab is dark, while the unselected tab and top bar are both light. In other words, the selected tab stands out from the top bar, while the unselected tabs blend in with the top bar. I don't care if the selected tab is light, while the unselected tabs are dark, or if the selected tab is dark, while the unselected tabs are light. The point is, the selected tab should stand out from the top bar, while the unselected tab should blend in with the top bar. If the top bar is dark, the selected tab should be light to stand out, and the unselected tab should be dark to blend in with the top bar. If the top bar is light, the selected tab should be dark to stand out, and the unselected tab should be light to blend in with the top bar. In Evernote, the top bar is light gray, so the selected tab should be dark gray to stand out from the top bar, and the unselected tabs should be light gray to blend in with the top bar.
  2. When you look at the attachment below, which tab do you think is selected? The first tab or the second tab? The answer is the second tab. It's hard to tell which tab is selected because the selected tab is light gray, which is the same color as the top bar (the toolbar and tab bar). This makes the selected tab blend in with the top bar, when it should stand out from the top bar. Currently, selected tabs are light gray, while unselected tabs are dark gray. I think it should be reversed: the selected tab should be dark gray, and the unselected tabs should be light gray. This is because I think the selected tab should stand out from the top bar. It's more intuitive.
  3. Do you perchance know where the Evernote database is located on MacOS? I googled and found this thread, but the instructions seem to be for an earlier version. I tried clicking `Evernote > About Evernote` while holding the OPT key, but all I see is the TOS. I do not see a link to `Open database folder`. In the past, I added `~/Library/Application Support/com.evernote.Evernote` to my Spotlight exceptions, and that worked for a while. But I think after an update, Evernote started reappearing in my Spotlight searches. And now I'm plagued with the periodic "EvernoteSpotlight wants to use your confidential information...." popup which I continue to deny.
  4. Also using Windows and having the exact same problem here. Have you reported this bug? I tried copying and pasting Japanese/Chinese text from Windows Sticky Note to Evernote and got garbled text (・ア・・・ノ・ソ・ヘ・「・E) (你・D・「・E). I tried copying and pasting Korean text from Windows Sticky Note to Evernote and all I got was question marks (??????). I also noticed that I can't copy and paste East Asian languages from WordPad to Evernote. I can copy and paste East Asian languages from Microsoft Word and Chrome to Evernote though. I think it's a language/character encoding problem. I think Evernote will display unicode correctly, but have problems with ASCII (ISO-xxx)? Unfortunately, this is a common Windows problem. I've noticed that Windows Explorer and some other programs have problems displaying foreign languages. For example, file names with East Asian characters display as square boxes sometimes. The way I've fixed this problem is by switching my system locale to Japanese/Chinese/Korean (similar to what GrumpyMonkey suggested I guess?). But I'd like to be able to copy and paste East Asian languages from Sticky Note to Evernote with English as my system locale.
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