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Brandon Arnold

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  1. @gazumped with due respect, Evernote has not pushed an update to Penultimate in nearly two years. I’m pretty sure Evernote is indeed “aware of the situation” and have opted to be silent until they inevitably announce its end of life.
  2. Thanks Materiell: When you say you didn't lose any notebooks or info, do you mean it is still available in the Penultimate app, or do you mean it is still backed up in Evernote though it is not showing up in Penultimate? Thanks for guinea pigging! -Brandon
  3. Could not agree more with you, @gewappnet. Penultimate automatically adds pages when you get to the end of the current one, and supports multiple page types, making it better than Evernote's "sketch", which is meant for a single-page sketch. And Penultimate's integration with Evernote, such that it is, is still better than any other note-taking apps' integration with Evernote. But the defects are seriously mounting. @DTLow you've mentioned two features: OCR (and evernote's full text search) as well as autosync. Taking the whole package, I find Evernote/Penultimate is still more convenient for my use cases than Noteability and Goodnotes for longform note taking. If Evernote is going to deprecate Penultimate, then they absolutely should open the API back up to the likes of Noteability/Goodnotes. It would mean more Premium subscriptions, surely.
  4. Hey there, Jenny: I dont think so. The feature is having different paper types, wnich works on a new installation. But on mine, if I choose the 'Piano' paper type, it comes out blank. I bet it is happening when one migrates user storage to a new device from iCloud. The paper types dont get copied over, botching your Penultimate install.
  5. Device: Apple iPad Pro 10.5" 512GB iOS version: 10.3.2 Penultimate: 6.2.1.9660 64-bit Evernote Acct Type: Premium Problem When choosing a paper type from sections beneath Basic (such as Writing, Time & Tasks, Photo Pages, Games, Design Collection, Young Writers, and Music), the template is not showing. See the screenshots attached; the second screenshot exhibits the "Piano" paper type. Note: this is identical to to Brian A and mister tee's ignored post over 5 months ago. Possible cause: this iPad is the third I've owned since using Penultimate. When restoring Penultimate data from iCloud onto a new device, perhaps the data does not include "paper type" templates. Note: An obvious thing would be to completely delete the app and reload it. If someone can guarantee I will not lose all my existing notebooks within the Penultimate app, then I'm down. Otherwise it is not a solution.
  6. I'm coming to this and see Brian A has outlined a legit bug 5 months ago. Why arent any devs responding to premium users like Brian A and mister tee and now myself who are having this problem? I'm bumping this and starting a new topic specifically referencing the issue.
  7. Hi all, I just stumbled on a critical bug that I cannot reproduce. I am running the iPad version with an Evernote account (see footer for system details). The bug could result in unintended, permanent data loss if someone does not have a trash recovery option through Evernote. Since I cannot reproduce the bug, I have to give a general rundown of the behavior from memory. Initial conditions are a number of Penultimate Notebooks that are synced with Evernote Cloud (Pro). I opened a notebook that has over a handful of multi-page drawings, say 6 entries with 5-15 pages apiece. I accidentally created a new note (tapped the + to begin a new note). I backed out of the new note and returned to the screen above it, showing its siblings notes within the notebook in question. I'm not sure if I restarted the application while on the page design screen, or if I chose a page design and then backed out. I long-tapped the accidental note and chose the trash icon to delete it Instead of deleting the accidental note, it deleted one of the entries on the row beneath it. Unsure whether I was mistaken, I tried again. Again, it deleted one of the entries on the row beneath it. I was able to recover the two deleted notes by logging into Evernote on a PC and tracking them down in the Trash. The question is whether iPad was registering my long taps on the row beneath it, or whether there is a bug in Penultimate. Bug report provided here as a warning to review your code just in case. Thank you, System details: Platform: iOS 9.3.2 (13F72) Hardware: iPad Pro 9.7" Penultimate version: 6.2.0.9621 64-bit
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