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  1. this morning, without knowing why, everything went back to normal. Evernote works in mysterious ways apparently...
  2. Hello folks, Since yesterday, as soon as I navigate to "Notes" I get an "Aw, Snap!" crash report. If I stay in "Home" and navigate to any note from there, everything is good, but the environment "Notes" is too important. Cache cleared multiple times, even tried removing Chromium and reinstalling it, to no avail. I'm no computer engineer, but am no dummy either: this time I really have no clue on what's going on, if not for a bug in the code. Anyone experiencing the same?
  3. Ever heard of Joplin? Said that, what machine you're on currently? You may consider going back to the last fully functional version 6.25.1.9091 (309091) Public (CE Build ce-62.6.10954)
  4. but they did not make merging (for me very important) possible or am I missing something?
  5. Today I've received the webapp update with multiple note selection and thought "this is going to be the time merging becomes possible!" (I rely on merging a lot) but.... NO! I can move notes in batches now, but still no merging function...
  6. On Chromium here. The webapp version number that was there clicking on my name top-left corner has suddenly disappeared. Anyone else? Cheers!
  7. @deyo246 wow! I'm on the last non-legacy version before the "leap into 10": after days of continuous usage, Evernote is using 77 MB of RAM - two orders of magnitude down!
  8. For those who may be interested. As I said, it's only on one Linux box that I experience these blocks. It worked three times now (kinda reproducible behavior) if I first "killall" chromium processes from terminal, and then relaunch Chromium. Hope this helps.
  9. Why you say that with such a patronizing tone? We're speaking about Chromium stable here my friend, not some obscure browser. I imagine (or should I say, I hope??) that all developers are full-steam working on resolving much more pressing issues with other versions, so would like to avoid as much as possible to issue one more ticket in this dramatic moment for our beloved EN...
  10. Hello fellow Evernoters! I'm on Linux Mint 20, Chromium latest stable, using the web client. Since this morning I noticed that if I do a search and order results by creation date I see (in the middle column, where you have notes snippets, the small creation date appearing there) all notes as created on Jan 1st 1970. However looking into Note Info the date is correct (luckily!!). So, not a very nasty bug, but it looks like a bug nonetheless. Anyone else noticing this?
  11. a quick update: this morning I refreshed snapd and found an update for Chromium (on Linux Mint 20 here) -- fingers crossed, but it everything seems to be back to normal (did I mentioned issues with Gmail too? yesterday I could only use Gmail's legacy HTML interface...)
  12. Just would like to add that the same happens to me, on latest stable Chromium on Linux Mint 20, ThinkPad W530. Evernote Web works fine on other Chromium machines I have, including other Linux machines. Very odd!
  13. Frankly speaking, though I'm also appalled at the version (or versions, including all OS's) 10 fiasco, I have to say that my work flow hasn't changed by one iota (note that I stuck with version 6, not legacy, on Windows). In fact, the web client got so good that I'm now using Evernote quite effectively on my Linux boxes too. The servers are working fine, sync is fast, etc. So, overall, I cannot say I've been let down by Evernote, and have no real reason not to pay for my Premium plan. (Disappointment for what *could have* been, but hasn't -- this is not reason for complaints after all.) Just my 2 cents.
  14. I think one pays mostly for the cloud server (and online sharing, etc), not for the client which is merely an interface to the cloud database. Said that, I'm seriously thinking of switching to Joplin: I'd lose note sharing capabilities, but gain in markdown, end-to-end encryption, and a few bucks every year...
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