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LaoZha

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  1. I had only one note with an encrypted table in my Mac. It was very convenient having this table with some private contents quickly available with a few clicks and a simple password. Now it is gone: I recently pasted an updated version of the table, which I created in a word processor, and found out that it was no more possible to encrypt it. I think EN developers should seriously consider to improve the encrypt function and extend it to any kind of material included in a note (tables, PDFs , images, videos, and other files)
  2. I subscribe this suggestion: making EN able to locate the parts containing the traditional and simplified versions of the Chinese characters entered for the search. I would consider this an essential feature for a program that boasts to be able to retrive any note. The attached images shows what Google does when you search a Chinese word (in this case written in traditional character): it shows the sites containing the word written in traditional characters and also those containing the word written in simplified characters.
  3. I just realized that having Readiris on my computer I can do exactly what I proposed in my last post. Right click on the PDF in EN, in the menu at "Open with" I choose Readiris. In Readiris I can select the portion of text I need, right click on it and choose "Copy as text". With the function "Interactive learning" it will help enhancing the recognition. Then I can copy the text in my writing software. Of course the OCR'd text still needs quite a good amount of editing. It takes a few more clicks and, more important, Readers costs a lot. Having this for free and integrated in EN would be great!
  4. In case some Evernote Staff are still following this discussion and their company is considering adding this function to EN, I dear to propose a possible way to make OCRed text available and copiable, while maintaining the multiple guessed of Evernote OCR. I attach two image simulations. The first is a right click menu for the image containing a command of opening a OCRed text window (in green, sorry for the Italian in the rest of the menu). The second one is the simulation of the pure text window, with the fuzzy words needing fixing highlighted and showing the selectable different guesses.
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