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Paul B.

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  1. I work on OSX with a premium subscription. I have a feature request due to a problem identifying iconised windows. If I have iconised all of my Evernote windows and then I right click on Evernote in the dock, I see a list of all open windows and tabs. The window/tab titles are correct but not all are helpful. The Evernote “Main” window (the one that shows the notebooks) is labelled with the name of the currently “active” notebook. In other words, this changes from minute to minute and becomes hard to identify in the list. Please could you highlight which icon refers to the “Main” window, i.e. the one that displays all the notebooks? I suggest using a special icon for this the “main” window. ( If that is not possible, maybe you could simply use a special colour to highlight the existing icon? Unfortunately colour blind people probably wouldn’t appreciate the use of colour alone… Maybe you could simply always label that window as “Main” instead of using the name of the currently active notebook (but if someone had their own Notebook called “Main” then that solution could get very confusing!) ) …but please distinguish it for us somehow :- ) Thank you. Paul
  2. rebuild the search index Hold down the option key, click Help then Troubleshooting > Recreate Full Text Search Index worked for me too. Thanks!!
  3. I too have exactly the same problem as described in this (already 2 year-old) discussion! Possible improvements in Evernote functionality that I can see: 1) Please make it blindingly obvious that a note now contains 2 versions of the conflicted text by pre-pending CONTAINS CONFLICTED TEXT to the note Title. In other words, please do not only bury this information half way down the note but additionally shove it right in my face so that I cannot miss it! Bright Red. Bold. Capitals. The point is that I want to be very much aware whenever this happens. 2) Please provide a “text compare” function so that I can compare 2 distinct notes and highlight the differences. If your software were really clever, maybe it could even have a function to identify the text BEFORE the conflicted modifications message and identify the text AFTER the conflicted modifications message and go so far as to prepare two separate notes ready for me to compare? 3) Provide an intelligent selective merge tool to help me (manually) input notes A and B and output a new note C the way I want it. (NB I am not just referring to the existing simple merge (append) functionality but to a manual selective merge please!) Evernote developers: We're waiting for your reply! Thanks, Paul
  4. When I go back into a note at any time (even after logging out!) please can Evernote remember where my cursor was - and position me at that place automatically, rather than at the beginning? Amongst other things I use Evernote for a work diary and scrolling down to the last entry every time seems like a good task for the computer, rather than for me!
  5. I had a similar (and reproducible!) crash sequence after the upgrade to 6.0.5 I rebooted the Mac and (for now) it's OK. How worrying though!
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