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William C

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  1. Ok, good to know. Still evaluating, but I'll definitely factor this in. It seems pretty robust in its parallels to EN, but haven't worked it hard yet. As far as sending my data to Russia.....If they really want it, they can probably just buy it from China....hehehe
  2. I've pretty well resigned myself to EN Legacy. It works, and I'm happy with it. I'm using Nimbus in parallel and it seems like a good backup plan if the brilliant minds that guide EN decide to mothball Legacy. I'm hoping some day they wake up, but at this rate, they're moving towards snatching defeat from the jaws of victory.
  3. 16 hours after you posted that about 10.5.6 update, neither my 10.0. whatever or my EN Legacy show any updates available and say I'm on the latest version. Another win for the EN team?
  4. Well, Ian Small's article is somewhat comforting. At least he admits that there were mistakes in the expectation level, a huge understatement. I never saw an expectation level, just a horrible software release that, according to a major release meeting traditional standards with expected issues, we got a barely functional, feature stripped disaster. Combined with an almost compete lack of support or even comment, they sent a lot of their long time power users off into space. OK, done for a while. Grabbing big comfortable chair and bag of popcorn to see how this train wreck repairs.
  5. You have GOT to be kidding us......"without details"?? And then... you have the audacity to suggest some rudimentary steps to address a situation that did now exist with the previous version that sounds like something out of Computers 101 from 30 years ago. Do you work for the company? If so, then you should have all of the details you need if you all have done ANY research on this at all. And that could be as simple as running it on a couple of computers and see for yourselves what a piece of poo V10 is instead of trying to be dismissive about the issues. And if you don't work for the company
  6. Per some previous msgs, it's here https://filehippo.com/download_evernote/6.25.1.9091/ Many have gone back to it including myself, and most share the same sentiment.
  7. Dear Evernote Management.... WHERE ARE YOU? WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU...We DESERVE to hear from you! You need to fix this gosh awful mess. We are your PAYING customers. Step up to the plate.
  8. I am back on the original version, relatively unscathed. Another aspect of the problem here that would be well advised to note by the EN team, is that they set an expectation level of a new, improved, faster, bla bla bla version that in fact was just the opposite. That's in no way a good thing to do to anyone, much less with the added trauma of "OMG, can I even undo this". All of the adjectives to describe this fiasco have been pretty much used by many users, so I'll restrain myself. Done properly, this could have turned out much, much different with a good experience for everyone. Hopefully,
  9. You are "tracking" reported issues......From what beta testers are saying, they have been reporting issues all along and nothing has been done. It does no good to "track" issues unless someone takes action and fixes them. This infliction of ver10 reminds me of the Coca-Cola debacle of years back when they released the "new" Coke and ended up eating it instead of customers drinking it. And there seems to be a bit of a cavalier attitude from the EN team, flavored with a bit of arrogance that users would complain. This is going to be a disaster. Just sayin'...
  10. I'm with Richard. Releasing a dysfunctional "upgrade" like this is unbelievable, Asinine stupidity. You don't replace a solid version of software with "a work in progress" without half the features of the previous version. No excuse. About 20 min into Ver10, I was so mad I couldn't see straight. Trying to get work done and hitting walls every time I tried to do something. Back to legacy.
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