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  1. Honestly I would only need the erase button as a first step, always selecting the eraser manually is extremely frustrating.
  2. Yeah, that's more or less what I imagined (and where the awesome performance probably comes from). Nevertheless, I'm sure it's possible to tap into the existing pipeline at some point and do actual text recognition against a dictionary (Samsung's S-Note let's you specify which language you are writing in, for example). Thanks for the explanation!
  3. I would be great if Evernote had a feature to convert parts of handwritten notes to text, similar to Microsoft's OneNote or Samsung's S-Note. Since the OCR search for handwritten text already works extremely well I feel like this shouldn't be too much of a problem.
  4. The Drive integration is nice, however it would be great if it was possible to open files locally instead of in the browser when the Drive client is installed.
  5. Same problem here. Clipper 6.2.0 on FF 47.0.1 on Windows 10 and also on Windows 8.1. I have deactivated all Add-ons, still the same issue. Happens also with images. Here's the log when trying to clip a PDF: [2016-08-02 08:53:22 GMT+0200] Error: "WebClip.getTitle: article not initialized" [2016-08-02 08:53:22 GMT+0200] Error: {} [2016-08-02 08:53:22 GMT+0200] Error: {} [2016-08-02 08:53:22 GMT+0200] Error: "WebClip.getTitle: article not initialized"
  6. I agree that multiple reminders for one note would be great. Like a sticky TODO list with reminders for each item. As for integrating Evernote reminders with a calendar, have a look at Cronofy. I works like a charm for me (Google calendar). Another thing you can do is set up Saved Searches. For example reminderOrder:* reminderTime:* -reminderTime:day+1 -reminderDoneTime:* will show all reminders that are due today.
  7. Nice, this is exactly what I wanted. I'd still like to know whether there are plans for a Dropbox integration. If not, I would probably consider moving my cloud storage to Google Drive.
  8. Hi, I'd like to suggest the following feature: Link to an file on a cloud storage platform with a relative path For example, I want to link to a file that is stored on Dropbox. Evernote would then just store the relative path within Dropbox and dynamically resolve the Dropbox root path on each client. Ideally, this would work on all platforms (Android, Web, etc.) A workaround at the moment is to add a web link to a shared Dropbox file and then click the "open" button in the browser which opens the file locally. This has the advantage that the link keeps working even when you move the file, but it requires an Internet connection and it's kind of annoying to wait for the website to load and then click on a button. Thanks, Peter PS: I know that I can store my files in Evernote. I don't want that (at least not in this case).
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