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  1. I guess not. Is there a download link you can point me to? Everything I see says to check off that I want betas in Evernote, but since Evernote crashes, I can't do that.
  2. Staying tuned here. Still non-functional on my end.
  3. I have this issue as well on an iPad Pro, and reinstalling the entire iPad OS and apps is a silly answer. Every other app works just fine with this. Does anyone else have a workaround?
  4. DTLow, this is a feature request. One of the critical important functions of Evernote is to record audio while you take notes. The existing application is the only great option to play the internally generated recordings. If you have another way to take notes in evernote and sync recordings with it, I'd love to see it
  5. The exporting works for me under latest iOS via PDF pencast to Evernote. I agree Evernote should make a way to make the PDFs wmbed easier so you don't have to go to the Web to play the embedded PDFs, but work, it does. If you can't export, I'd contact LiveScribe.
  6. The known keyboard commands are there certainly. The feedback is that there should be some for audio control.
  7. Many months later, is there any command for this? If it were simply a menu command, I could automate that with my Mac to a keyboard shortcut and use it with the PowerMate controller. This would be very helpful and I'm shocked there's no way to deal with it.
  8. I hear you, and yes, I moved to Evernote with the shut down of Circus Ponies. Evernote is sooooo close. It just has to integrate this concept and you can avoid the Notability, and if it includes this, then the Livescribe integration could be made complete as well! Keep those up-votes coming on this feature!
  9. Check this out. Here's what Evernote should do: Livescribe basically works this way on paper and in its own app. If Evernote did this directly, I might not have gotten the Livescribe 3. The best thing would be direct integration of a function like this in Evernote w/ or w/o Livescribe in the picture.
  10. Cool. Any of you guys else want to vote up the topic?
  11. Oh, I have the jotscript with penultimate, and I wasn't a fan. I have an iPad Pro and Apple Pencil, which works well for on-screen writing (WAY better than jotscript). However, the issue is with audio. In any occasion, you can't do what the Youtube video above shows. This is why I have Livescribe.
  12. Check this out. Here's what Evernote should do: Livescribe basically works this way on paper and in its own app. If Evernote did this directly, I might not have gotten the Livescribe 3. The best thing would be direct integration of a function like this in Evernote w/ or w/o Livescribe in the picture.
  13. +1, 8 million times. This is a key feature of audio recording. If Evernote puts this in, people won't even be able to understand how they didn't have it before! I also am a Livescribe user, which is mentioned above. If Evernote can put in recording with context (just as Circus Ponies Notebook and many others have), perhaps Livescribe can have tighter integration. Check out this link here for examples of of the applications I mentioned: http://www.esquiremac.com/blarg/2009/2/15/practice-tip-record-audio-while-taking-notes.html
  14. DTLow, does Notability integrate with Evernote? As for Livescribe. It allows for drawing on paper with recording of audio via iOS or Android device. It works well where note taking on a computer, phone or tablet might not be ideal. This handwritten text can be converted automatically to text and also stored in Evernote. You can have the synchronization of the note and audio for playback, and you can even tap on the paper with the pen where you took the note and the audio will play from that point. The only downside is when you do record a note and sync with Evernote, you have to open a player to play the audio. Evernote should synchronize audio when you record and type on an iPad, but it doesn't. If Evernote can do this, perhaps Livescribe can be better integrated.
  15. This is still a problem. I just picked up the Livescribe 3 to use for Evernote, and it's a great device and COULD be awesome with Evernote. If Evernote could add a function to enable Livescribe users to playback audio within the app itself. It would be a killer app for Evernote!
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