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  1. I get what you're saying but 50 words is not enough: I ran out of space after a coupe of sentences and lost what I was typing. I'm not asking for a monster scratch pad, just ones that's large enough to hold a few notes. I think the concept is great otherwise.
  2. I was quite excited about the new scratchpad .... up until the point where I was typing away and my input was lost because you only allow 300 characters of input. I get that you want people to convert to note for prosperity but 30-60 words is miserly. Please at least let me actually fill the scratch pad space up!!!
  3. +1 for this issue. App links stopped working since v10 release. I mostly use them from Things 3 as part of my regular task workflow. Within Evernote they're OK. I can use the dialogue box to "open with..." Evernote, but have to change the application filter from "Supported" to "All" for this to work, and the setting does not persist. I'm on 10.6.9 now
  4. Hi, It's a single note. I believe it was triggered when I moved some (struck out) text from a bullet list to elsewhere in the document. Feels like the sort of thing where HTML can get out of whack if a starting and closing tag get out of order.
  5. Next instalment in my "why don't simple bullets simply work" series. I have a note where whenever I add a new bulleted list, any new bullets (via new line) are created struck out. No amount of converting the text segment to plain text and trying again sort this out. Video attached shows this quirk in its full glory. Screen Recording 2019-02-12 at 11.11.22.mov
  6. I do a lot link copying as I like to hyperlink notes together. Of late, the editor has decided to start randomly picking a different note to link to than then one requested. Can't figure out the pattern, but often the link that's copied is the note that it's being copied into. Screencast attached: first few links are OK and then the last one's are wrong. Version 7.6 (457299 App Store) Editor: 59.0.7031 (d523909) Screen Recording 2018-12-05 at 10.16.19.mov
  7. Good news -- this appears to be much better in the just-out-this-week 7.5 version for Mac. Thanks @EverNote
  8. I note that doing exactly the same on the web interface works perfectly.
  9. ...and has been for ages. Increasingly frustrated with the most basic editing functions not working as expected even in a brand new "plain note". As a general rule, I'd expect that cutting something and the pasting, without moving the cursor, would get you back to where you are but when working with bullets that's not the case. All I'm doing is using down/up arrow and shift to select a bullet, cmd-x to cut, cmd-v to paste it back and it's now corrupted with a vertical line space after the bullet that won't go away. Same if try and move anything around in a bulleted list. Attached is a quick video demonstrating this. Love you guys and I know it's not, you know, up there with the colour of the elephant in terms of priority, but would be great if one day working with bullets in Evernote wasn't so painful. bullets.mov
  10. OK sorry, when I say "restore" I mean import a previous version. I'm saying "Restore" because that's why I wanted the previous version. Just don't understand why it needs to go in brand new notebook every time that then needs to be deleted. And while the backup format may be missing that information the UI for this is launched from an existing note so that information is available by definition. Wouldn't be so concerned if undo reliably worked (I just had a table get overwritten by mistake and undo refused to reinstate it) but that's a separate issue.
  11. Hi Ed, I'm specifically referring to restoring previous versions of an existing note, via Note > Note History... > Import.
  12. After years of using Evernote I've yet to encounter a situation where I wouldn't want to restore a previous version of a note to the notebook where it currently exists. Why then does the restore interface default to creating a new notebook with no option to do otherwise? What is the mysterious use case for creating the note in its own special notebook? Can we at least have an option to not create a new notebook? I'd trade that for having the option of whether the new notebook should be local or synced (who cares - it'll be deleted in the next minute anyway!)
  13. Ah I'd tried that beforehand and it hadn't helped so perhaps in some cases it's a combination of both the above AND clearing LocalStorage that's needed to get things working again.
  14. I thought the previous version of clipper was fun enough (constantly being asked to sign in, suggestions to "why not clip this PDF" on every single PDF opened) but it's now not working at all. When I click the evernote button a new tabs opens and ends up at URL www.evernote.com/ClipperSuccess.action?canClose=true&login=true This quickly closes leaving me back on the page I wanted to clip but nothing else happens. I've already tried reinstalling the extension (now on 6.11), restarting browser, clearing all evernote cookies/local storage. Update: This was resolved as follows: Uninstall the Evernote Web Clipper in Safari by navigating to Safari > Preferences > Extensions > Evernote Web Clipper and choose Uninstall From the menubar, choose Safari > Clear History and choose All History > **Clear History On your keyboard, press ⌘ command + ⌥ option + esc simultaneously, then select Safari and choose Force Quit Restart your Mac Open Safari and install the Evernote Web Clipper from www.evernote.com/webclipper If prompted to choose between installing the extension from the Safari Extensions Gallery or directly from the developer choose Install from Developer. Navigate to Safari > Preferences > Extensions > Updates to ensure you have the latest version of the extension installed
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