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  1. As a simple user, I tried to take a closer look at this local hyperlink issue that is annoying me since January. The way accents in local path names are encoded when processed with CTRL+K in Evernote seems indeed to have changed. What I see however (or furthermore) is that the way SPACES of local path names are encoded when processed with CTRL+K, has changed, too since version 6.17 (or even 6.16). Example : regular file path "S:\AAA Ever Note.doc" >>>> old encoding: "file:///S:/AAA%20Ever%20Note.doc." (space = %20) >>>> new encoding: "file:///S:/AAA%2520Ever%2520Note.doc." (space = %2520) Perhaps like some of you, I am working with thousands (!) of EN-hyperlinks to local files and folders. Changing them one by one would not only be a wearing and tedious thing, but above all, one doesn't know if new changes ot this kind will be coming soon. I've reported the issue in January 2019 and now communicated the above mentioned surely trivial "finding" to EN support, seeking for advice in general terms, and more specifically asking... - if older versions of EN (like 6.15 I'm still using) will stay functional and supported (also from a security point of view) for some time?, - if there is a way or a workaround to bulk change ALL the hyperlinks in EN at once.... ......questions that I'm humbly submitting likewise to you, dear Companions of Misfortune, begging pardon for amateurish language, reduandancy or even out-of-topicism.^^^
  2. As a simple user, I tried to take a closer look at this local hyperlink issue that is annoying me since January. The way accents in local path names are encoded when processed with CTRL+K in Evernote seems to have changed. What I see however (or furthermore) is that the way SPACES of local path names are encoded when processed with CTRL+K, has changed since version 6.17 (or even 6.16). Example : regular file path "S:\AAA Ever Note.doc" >>>> old encoding: "file:///S:/AAA%20Ever%20Note.doc." (space = %2520) >>>> new encoding: "file:///S:/AAA%2520Ever%2520Note.doc." (space = %2520) Perhaps like some of you, I am working with thousands (!) of EN-hyperlinks to local files and folders. Changing them one by one would not only be a wearing and tedious thing, but above all, one doesn't know if new changes ot this kind will be coming soon. I reported the issue in January 2019 and just communicated the above mentioned surely trivial "finding" to the helpdesk, seeking for advice in general terms, and more specificely asking... - if older versions of EN (like 6.15 I'm still using) will stay functional and supported (also from a security point of view) for some time?, - if there is a way or a workaround to bulk change ALL the hyperlinks in EN at once.... ......questions that I'm humbly submitting to you, dear Companions of Misfortune, begging pardon for amateurish language, reduandancy or even out-of-topicism.^^^
  3. A never-ending story.... Those who went back to older, astonishingly bug-free versions (6 or 7) find themselves locked out after the recent security issue. The "actual" 6.13. version (6.13.14.7474) has still the nasty bugs, I wondered why to launch such a version. However, I recommend to work with the 6.14.3.7610 Pre-Release version (enable beta versions in options first) which, to my surprise, seems to work fine - so far. Knock on wood.
  4. It sounds incredible that this cursing - pardon - cursor issue, reported during month in several threads by dozens of users, remains unsolved, despite of several updates distributed since (current: 6.11.2.7027). I've really been appreciating Evernote for years, but now slolwy begin to doubt of the long-term reliability of this product and thus seriously begin to think of alternatives.
  5. It sounds incredible that this cursing - pardon - cursor issue, reported during month in several threads by dozens of users, remains unsolved, despite of several updates distributed since (current: 6.11.2.7027). I've really been appreciating Evernote for years, but now slolwy begin to doubt of the long-term reliability of this product and thus seriously begin to think of alternatives.
  6. It sounds incredible that this cursing - pardon - cursor issue, reported during month in several threads by dozens of users, remains unsolved, despite of several updates distributed since (current: 6.11.2.7027). I've really been appreciating Evernote for years, but now slolwy begin to doubt of the long-term reliability of this product and thus seriously begin to think of alternatives.
  7. Nothing to add, thank you . Perhaps this is very tricky from a technical point of view?! Otherwise, I don't understand why Evernote has not implemented the option many users are waiting for.
  8. ....of course this has been possible. But the topic here is that individual shared notes remain "stuck in the work chat" (quote from Chris T) which is not practical at all. Once moved in whatever notebook, there is no more sync. So I wish, as many here, that any note can be moved in Evernote while staying shared & synchronized.
  9. ...here is one more voice asking that it should be possible not only to permanently share+update entire notebooks, but also SINGLE NOTES. Thank you ;-)
  10. Hi everybody, This must be the easiest question ever asked, but I still can't find the answer : How can one search with 1 shortcut in ALL notebooks (whole Evernote content) ? Before, this was possible with WIN + SHIFT + F or F6. Now, with this shortcuts, the search does only in the _current_ notebook. To search ALL, (1) I first have to select "all notes".... (2) erase the last search words in the search window (3) write the words I'm searching for There MUST be a 1 second way to do that ??!!! __thanks everybody and congratulations to the team for a great application__
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