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  1. Better D, I understand your frustration. For a product that wants to be the place to store all your notes, Evernote has a surprising number of limitations. If a competitor came along that didn't have these restrictions, I'd jump without hesitation. Instead, we get features like business chat and a presentation mode. Useful for some I'm sure, but worthless to me. Sadly, I don't think complaining here does anything (except generate bad press for Evernote, and increase user frustration because we're ignored). You'll probably just get comments about how you're using Evernote wrong.
  2. Running 6.0.11 (451580 Direct). I have a long note (fills the height of the window) and when I press Enter to get a new line, the cursor drops a line, but the page doesn't scroll up until I start typing. To reproduce: Position cursor at bottom on note (visible on screen). Press Enter and the screen scrolls so that the cursor is on the last possible, visible line. Press Enter again. Cursor disappears. Type something and the page jumps to show the text. First noticed on 6.0.10 and upgraded to see if this would fix it, but hasn't. Anyone else able to reproduce? Update: Okay, this is the same problem that lots of people are describing as a scrolling bug in the latest release.
  3. I had the exact same problem and I'm using the same version of Mac OS X as you. Dragged the Evernote app to the trash can and then downloaded it again from evernote.com which seems to be working.
  4. A +1 vote from me (whatever that's worth, given that this has been requested for over 2 years!). The inability to create properly structured notes is one of the biggest weaknesses of Evernote, but one that appears to be very easy to solve. Come on Evernote, please put some developer time into this!
  5. I understand why the NPAPI plugin is used in Windows as Acrobat Reader is the most popular PDF viewer on that platform. However, given that Firefox has a built in PDF viewer (PDF.js) and Mac OS X has a decent PDF viewer in Preview.app, there is generally less of a need to install Acrobat Reader on the Mac (and given the constant security updates that need applying, it's not something you'd want to install unless absolutely necessary). Would it be possible/practical for the Firefox plugin to use the built-in PDF.js viewer, since this is a known quantity on all Firefox-supported platforms? It would also remove an external dependency on third party software?
  6. Another vote for proper tabs (as implemented by every text editor in the last 30 years). I understand the XHTML issue, but it's been solved in Google Docs, so is obviously not insurmountable.
  7. As the EN developers say they read the forums, I'd like to add my voice to those who want an increase in the number of notebooks. Although I'm only on about 120 notebooks at the moment, I can see this increasing in time as I put more into EN. To those who advocate tags, I'm happy they work for you, but my workflow is perfectly served using multiple notebooks. Thanks.
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