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  1. Problem report: Editing links in notes fails; note display text is replaced by new URL [This is a repeat report of a problem I noted with 6.9b1 and 6.9b2. ] Steps to reproduce: 1. Select text in a note; Format/Link/Add... (command K) menuchoice; type or paste URL or Evernote note link; press return or OK button. Result: selected text is now underlined/blue if URL or green if Evernote link, and clicking on it goes to the linked object. (As expected, ). 2. Select the text from step 1 (underlined/blue); Format/Link/Add... (command K) menuchoice; select URL
  2. @davidtderrick and @EdH; the fixed title thing is poorly implemented; as I suggested for b2, some sort of delineation of the title region of the window is needed; it looks bad now as scrolling occurs. BTW I don't think anything has changed since b2; the problems reported for b2 are still there. What is the point of commenting on changes if the developers do not act on the comments?
  3. I have reproduced this problem. If you try to resize the image, however, you will find that it will snap back to the correct aspect ratio.
  4. What do you mean "when you don't wait long enough until attachment was fetched from the cloud:"? It would be helpful if you were to list a series of steps that will reproduce the problem.
  5. wb

    Thanks for the reply about the link issue. Much appreciated.

  6. Problem report: Sticky titles of notes do not word wrap if they are too long for the window width As reported for 6.9b1. Just saying... they did before 6.9b1 I think....
  7. Problem report: Editing links in notes fails; note display text is replaced by new URL [This is a repeat report of a problem I noted with 6.9b1.] Steps to reproduce: 1. Select text in a note; Format/Link/Add... (command K) menuchoice; type or paste URL or Evernote note link; press return or OK button. Result: selected text is now underlined/blue if URL or green if Evernote link, and clicking on it goes to the linked object. (As expected, ). 2. Select the text from step 1 (underlined/blue); Format/Link/Add... (command K) menuchoice; select URL (as entered from step 1),
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