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  1. I'm not sure about that. If that's what it was, the problem should not have re-occurred a month later, when I once again synced my phone to my computer. I haven't tried syncing the phone since then. Will have to run an experiment to see what happens...
  2. Ok. I'm back after a password-reset email.
  3. Well, hell. I am now locked out of my account. I turned on 2-step authentication, but to get a text you have to upgrade. That leaves Google Authenticator. Decided I didn't like that, so I tried to disable it. To do that, I needed to give my password. The newly-created password I carefully wrote down, and which apparently does not work! Grrr...
  4. I have a similar situation. But since it is not quite the same, it may shed light on the underlying problem: I have a Windows Desktop and a MacAir Laptop. EverNote keeps things nicely synced between them. I do *not* have an EverNote app on my iPhone. (I checked) Occasionally I plug the phone into my desktop to recharge, sync contacts, and sync music. AFTER that, EverNote sees three devices, and requires to unsync one of them. (Weird, because again, there is no EverNote app on the phone.) Here's hoping that description helps someone isolate
  5. Is just me, or is there an incredible amount of snippiness in the responses posted here? Anyway, a while back I did find that automatic scrolling behavior was indeed a property of the mouse software. Still see it in the browser, every once in a while. It seems to be caused by some combination of keystrokes I've clicked accidentally. A simple click in the auto-scrolling windows fixes it.
  6. To my mind, it has to be a configuration option. Here's why: When you create a new note, it opens a new window (Windows 10, at least). That's great, because there is lots of room to edit. When you double-click a note, it opens in a new window. (Also great.) It's handy to have multiple windows open, so you're not constantly navigating back and forth to different notebooks. Now then, open a note in notebook A. Then open one in notebook B. Finally, revisit the window for the note in notebook A. As you're editing that note, realize that you want to break in
  7. It is worth assessing feature requests individually, and as you say, the individual requests probably exist. But in my view it makes sense to point out how they can work together to achieve a particular goal--especially when that goal is to help automate a work process that I have evolved over a couple of decades to keep track of what I'm doing. I've used it for software development projects, writing projects, and decision-making processes, so it has stood the test of time, for me. (Evernote has become a pretty big part of that process, too.)
  8. Oh! Good to know, I guess. That's not the way Outlook or Word or most anything else I've used does it, which is inconvenient. But at least now I understand what's happening. (Whether I'll remember is another question...). And now I see why Ctrl+K replaces the original text with the link. On the rare occasions when I need it, it saves Ctrl+A to copy the link, moving the cursor to select the original text, and then Ctrl+V to paste the link. That's a savings of a few keystrokes, but it only happens once in a while, so the savings are rare. What I do a lot more frequently is to visit a link t
  9. Oops. Thanks! I missed the feature. Scratch one off my request-list! Ah. Lovely! Editing is supported. Will edit the original request now, to remove the red herring.
  10. I live and die by the checklist! These feature requests are aimed at making Evernote into a really powerful checklist system, like the ones I use manually, but with greater convenience. One-Button Sorting There has been some discussion of automatically sorting checklists by complete/non-complete status. On the plus side, that would be useful. On the minus side, there are times when it wouldn't be desirable, and it could be confusing, when things drop out of sight unexpectedly. The solution to that problem is add a "sort" button, or a keystroke-combination that sorts the
  11. 1. Good grief, people. For God's sake make it POSSIBLE to report a bug. I don't expect a response, I just want to point out that it exists. 2. My version is (303788). But I had to type that by hand, because it can't even be copied, much less auto-filled into a message. 3. You can press Ctrl-K to add a link to text, but once the link is in place, Ctrl-K no longer works to edit the link. 4. You can right-click to edit the link, but when you do, the text that was there before is replaced by the link.
  12. In this version (303788), at the end of the window, pressing enter does not cause the page to scroll, to keep the cursor in view. This bug was present in earlier versions, then corrected, and is now back. P.S. 1. Please make it easier to copy version information from the About page! 2. Please provide a mechanism for reporting issues. (I didn't see one, so I came to the forum. If this the right place, please provide a category for it. Thanks!) :__)
  13. Yay! Looking forward to being able to save sort order for specific folders. (Not sure about the other. I'm mostly a DropBox user, myself.)
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