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viverechristus

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  1. So I walk into a bakery for a loaf of sandwich bread. I buy it and take it home and find that it's not sliced yet. I return to the bakery and complain. The baker replies: "What, don't you know how to use a knife?" I will either: Thank the baker and say, "Wow, I never thought of cutting my own bread. That's much more efficient than your sticking it in a bread slicing machine and doing it for me." Find a new baker. What would you do?
  2. Having to type "intitle" every time you want to search in a title (which is surely one of the main ways people search) is onerous. As has been pointed out by others, imagine searching for, say, "whitehouse" in Google, and the first 30,000 results were obscure books and chat threads that have the word "whitehouse" buried in footnotes or the third page of discussions. This is my experience nearly every time I search for something in Evernote: the relevant results are buried, and I mostly see completely irrelevant notes. Two options: Evernote fixes search to match typical user expectat
  3. I agree. This happened to me the first time on upgrade to 6.13.3 (455969 Direct) for Mac today. Which means, I think, it's been happening over a month and Evernote hasn't fixed it. It's good to have the rebuild index option, but who would have thought to use that apart from the forums?
  4. I agree that this would be a helpful feature. Some of my notes are in Khmer (Cambodian) alphabet, which can include vowel symbols above and below consonants, taking up a lot of line space. Because Evernote doesn't provide the ability to expand the size of a line (or space between lines), characters on one line sometimes overlap characters on the next line. In the attached example, I've circled a bit where there could be overlap, but fortunately, the horizontal spacing worked out to avoid the problem. I'm not always so lucky!
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