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  1. Hmm… just to be that annoying forum user: Another key question that I think needs to be answered is: What problem do you feel that you are solving by removing pages as the core unit of organisation within a document? In particular, what problem exists now that makes this removal a “good thing” compared to when the same idea was rejected years ago because it simply did not fit the use case of the app? What is the new use case that you feel has supplanted the tried and tested use case of organising thoughts by page?
  2. For the record, the terms of service (https://evernote.com/legal/tos.php) offer this suggestion under the section “Right to Modify the Service”: You also acknowledge that a variety of Evernote actions may impair or prevent you from accessing your Content or using the Service at certain times and/or in the same way, for limited periods or permanently, and agree that Evernote has no responsibility or liability as a result of any such actions or results, including, without limitation, for the deletion of, or failure to make available to you, any Content. You agree that we shall not be liable to
  3. A more common question that needs to be answered is: Why did you not release this new app as its own product, seeing as how it has little to nothing to do with the fundamental purpose of Penultimate? By the way, as a counter-breakdown of your feature breakdown, consider this: The skeumorphic design was fit for purpose. It allowed instant, easy, and intuitive access to everything. It was not distracting in any way. That is just a silly assertion with no apparent basis in reality. If you felt it was ugly, then that's one thing — aesthetics can be addressed without slashing and burning functi
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