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  1. Do you think you could make a video of this, post it here, and also describe your hardware? Maybe watching that super long lag time in the video will get enough attention at Evernote to divert some resources away from rearranging home screen buttons and towards basic performance improvements.
  2. Rebooting your entire computer every 15 minutes to cut the lag time when switching notes down to 20 seconds? This is so absurd that I can't even tell if it's sarcastic or not.
  3. This is terrible. I'm most shocked by how you can't tell what has and hasn't synced. Is there actually nothing as simple as a green check mark or "saved to cloud" message or something like that to indicate to the user that data has been stored? How are users supposed to know, ever, when any data is saved?
  4. Hmm. Sounds like only disappointed people are posting. Either Evernote 10 is still a sluggish resource hog... or maybe only people with that experience are responding. So I'll put out a request for any other point of view: Does anyone believe that the ultra basic features of Evernote 10 (e.g. typing) JUST WORK? Or does literally everyone - from users to customers, Evernote janitor to Evernote CEO - everyone - believe Evernote 10 has not reached that bar?
  5. It has been a couple of months since I asked, so I'll ask again: Are Evernote 10's core functions working yet? That is, does the basic experience (opening notes, typing, copy/paste, moving notes, saving data, etc.) just work yet? Or is still better to stick with Legacy?
  6. How do you know that the new Evernote apps will always be slower than the legacy versions? On the one hand, @IanSmall recently said the opposite of this. On the other hand, every Evernote CEO and many other employees have been promising and failing to fix these issues for well over a decade. Let's hope this time truly is different. Are they keeping that promise? Let's see. I think we have the answer. Evernote does not appear to have changed. There are still people there working on em
  7. That's too bad. I basically just need to be able to type quickly and it's weird and sad that Evernote does not offer that experience. Maybe when V11 or V12 comes out, Evernote will be fast again.
  8. Can someone tell me if the current version of Evernote is reasonably fast and responsive or if I should stick with the legacy version for a while longer?
  9. I may not be able to EXACTLY quantify "good enough" but I perceive my bar as extremely low; low enough that nearly all software from 1997 would suffice... yet, AFAIK, too high for V10. Evernote should: Show a letter on the screen immediately after it is typed on the keyboard. It should not fall significantly behind normal rates of keystrokes. Respond to mice in fast and obvious ways, such as enabling the selection of more than one item, not lagging way behind the movement of the mouse, click and drag, etc. NOT have, say, an 8 second lag when I open a note that consists o
  10. Good to know. Sounds like I'll have to wait a while longer before trying it. Is the current version any better than the the version from a month ago?
  11. Has there been any improvement to the sluggishness & resource consumption issues? I am still hesitant to try V10 until someone gives me a strong "YES".
  12. Though it would be amazing if Google changed something in YouTube, don't you think Evernote should be the company that fixes a problem that appears entirely specific to Evernote's software?
  13. So we agree, then, that Evernote appears entirely unique its inability to paste line breaks? i.e. That every known program can do this except for Evernote? Am I the only one who finds it unreasonable that this is necessary to capture a line break?
  14. Sounds like you think the website code is the root cause of the problem. Doesn't my GIF disprove that? Google Docs, Sublime, OneNote -and every other program I've found- perfectly capable of copy-pasting as expected? Why is Evernote uniquely incapable?
  15. Thanks! I don't think I've ever actually used Evernote Web Clipper before. How much better is it than copy-paste?
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