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  1. ok fair. but your comments are still bashing the customers with pro skills here. A feature such as 'markdown' is not the same as to say, I want the background of evernote to be 'purple' This is mandatory option for many technicians, coders, etc.
  2. Sorry but there seems to be no Markdown support in Dropbox Paper or provide a link of the docs. Currently our team is using the editor 'Remarkable' in combo with cloud storage.
  3. You better should go instead of bashing professional users and customers. Do you speak for Evernote, because I report your attitude.
  4. This arguments is an example of something that holds no ground. Evernote is partly an editor. Evernote claims to be a note keeping solution. If the customer wants markdown, You provide markdown in the evernote editor. Simple. Coders need a better way to take notes and this can not be done properly with the current software.
  5. DTLow, I am a senior IT, having about 30 years experience in the field as coder, sysadmin and so on. I own several companies and did lead technical teams. Ask 100 developers with +5 yrs experience how they take notes and 90 percent will tell you, they use markdown. Telling people here in this thread, who do know what they are talking about, they are 'whining' and to move to another product, because there is a crucial missing feature in evernote does not help here. When there is a reasonable demand for a feature that is highly liked in the coding sector, You provide it. Simple. Or this is NOT a professional note keeping solution at all. Those who take most notes are developers, coders, analists, software designers etc. And the common way to do it, is using markdown. Final. Have some maturity. It is not because You are 'Super Guru', you currently reach the skill sets of some who post here. To say they are 'whining' is pretty rude, and Your arguments have no weight in this debate. The lack of markdown is a very serious lack in the evernote product including a full multiplatform solution. For years the community did request a Linux version as well. Will you say they are 'whining' too ? I will tweet Your answer to show to a few K developers. So they can see the Evernote Super Guru attitude. And they better stay away from this product.
  6. You should have more respect for your customers. I will tweet Your comment to, hm I think a bout 1000 developers. If You ask them how they take notes, most will say MARKDOWN. In stead of bashing to your customers Your team should better take notice the world is more then cut and past, and taking notes for technicians, developers is mandatory and can barely done properly with Your approach due to the lack of Markdown support. And those who do it, well good luck, but for sure you are not part of those who code for decades. Besides is this the same ***** answer You will give to the request of a LOT of your customers to provide a NATIVE linux version of evernote ? So in stead of telling your customers they are whining about asking something ESSENTIAL, move Your lazzy butt in your dev team and provide professional solutions. This will suit your professional customers more then bashing them with poeha.
  7. I want to see Markdown support, like in Laverna. Without Markdown it is hard to make professional notes exportable to websites. So I suggest you look to the code of Laverna or the plugins of Dokuwiki. https://www.dokuwiki.org/plugin:markdowku https://laverna.cc/
  8. Most blogs, wiki etc are written with markdown. It is a bit simplistic to state it is just about an exotic feature. Upvoting a feature request is not a guarantee at all of implementation. Look how long we have to wait for a linux version. Evernote does not suit our needs to write technical docs, so we move to pure markdown editors and cloud sync. Such as Haroopad or as said, laverna that is currently our best option we did see so far. Oh yes, we are premium user. But not for long anymore. You serve the demands of your clients or they leave.
  9. We did switch to Laverna for most technical docs. https://laverna.cc It is multiplatform and it supports cloud sync and encryption. However beware to store in the cloud your settings too. We can not keep waiting on evernote who seems not to understand, some people need markdown for technical notes.
  10. We did switch to Laverna for most technical docs. https://laverna.cc It is multiplatform and it supports cloud sync and encryption. However beware to store in the cloud your settings too. We can not keep waiting on evernote who seems not to understand, some people need markdown for technical notes.
  11. We do consider seriously to move to another solution either, due to many, many issues. 0. Storage and encryption Simple cloud space, sensitive notes in combination with boxcryptor or cryptomator (opensource) encrypted folders. Both has mobile versions. 1. To grab webpages We found an extension for Firefox and Chrome, dotEPUB which is able to safe our pages to epub format ! So we are able to read them properly in an eReader on a tablet if needed. 2. Wiki notes Additionally we found Haroopad, a nice Markdown editor that supports multiplatform, as an app for OSX. It works great. Code on the left, WYSIWYG on the right pane. So for now we create our wiki in this great editor in .md format. Again we store them in cloud space. Evernote is a hassle to write nice wiki in Markdown. Especially when You want to create technical wiki. So we think we found a very good alternative to Evernote that is clearly not ready for multiplatform and as tool for developers who are in need to write technical notes in a standard markup language. 3. Versioning We currently look how to match in GIT to the story to version our notes with a repo. Things we lack too in Evernote. Conclusion So most likely a good bye to Evernote.
  12. 1. Sans Serif Type, Monospace font that shows properly my code snippets (like a slashed zero, ...) https://dejavu-fonts.github.io/2. Text folding3. Paragraph styles (title, subtitle, paragraph, code)4. Style/Template configuration on note level, including a way to set default Style/Template on notebook level and global level5. Configuration settings on note level/notebook level and global level to disable automatic text replacement/formating6. Inclusion of openpgp.js for additional security, to sign/encrypt/decrypt fully of partially text in our notes. https://openpgpjs.org/7. configurable, line numbers inside our code snippets
  13. I am sorry, customer is king. This is mandatory for coders. And I think a lot of them are your customers. Currently I miss : 1. Sans Serif Type, Monospace font that shows properly my code snippets (like a slashed zero) https://dejavu-fonts.github.io/ 2. Text folding 3. Paragraph styles (title, subtitle, paragraph, code) 4. Style/Template configuration on note level, including a way to set default Style/Template on notebook level and global level 5. Configuration settings on note level/notebook level and global level to disable automatic text replacement/formating 6. Inclusion of openpgp.js for additional security, to sign/encrypt/decrypt fully of partially text in our notes. https://openpgpjs.org/ 7. configurable, line numbers inside our code snippets I create a new thread for this on: https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/106355-some-things-i-do-miss-badly/
  14. Evernote premiun user. There are plenty of cross-platform languages, there is no excuse at all, there is no Linux Evernote. If evernote values her customers, they should create a client that works on every OS, including Linux
  15. Ok. I take the challenge. Clean Ubuntu x64. #uname -srmop Linux 4.3.0-040300-generic x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux #sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-wine/ppa #sudo apt-get update #sudo apt-get install wine1.7 winetricks Install Evernote_5.9.1.8742.exe for all users. Results: Could not connect to server. Oh, and do not tell me I have to use wine 1.4 and playonlinux Evernote is not written in .Net (I think version 4 on Windows was, but that is ancient history). It should work properly in Wine. In the past there where a few issues related to the openssl version used by your distro/wine. (https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/26978-ssl-handshake-problems/ ). Anyway, it would be more helpful to further elaborate on the issues you encounter running in wine (version of Linux/distro, wine and Evernote for a start)
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