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  1. Another option I've just discovered for Linux users is to use evernote under wine. I've just installed it and it seems to be running fine (but I've not done extensive testing yet). Just follow the instructions here: https://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=version&iId=34727 UPDATE: actually you can't edit the notes. sorry to get your hopes up.
  2. there is an ideas forum now, where you can upvote "ideas". I made one for a linux client: Please upvote!
  3. Hi, Many of your users would love it if you could make a first class linux client, just like the mac and windows clients. Please consider this.
  4. Yes, I agree with all of that. Evernote, please listen to your users and put some support into a better linux client. or alternatively, put your focus into making the web interface the primary interface for EN
  5. Hi, It would be great if the evernote web interface could display PDF contents in the browser. maybe you could use something like https://github.com/mozilla/pdf.js/ to do it? Thanks
  6. it sure would be nice if Evernote would properly support Linux.
  7. Thanks for your suggestion Gazumped, but I prefer to stick with images mainly because under linux there is no proper evernote client, and the web interface only shows PDFs as downloadable files rather than the content of the PDF. If i upload images, they display in a way I can see them without having to click through. i don't see why the evernote importer doesn't respect the order they are attached to the email, or perhaps list them in alphabetical order or something.
  8. I've been testing this myself. The web client is fine unless you have lots of PDFs in your notes. It doesn't display the PDF inline in the note. Instead you have to click on it and view it in another browser tab. A solution is to upload your scans as images instead, if that's your main source of PDFs in evernote notes.
  9. Hi, I'm experimenting with sending scans of documents to evernote by email. When I send multiple images as attachments to a single email they seem to appear in the note in a random sequence, not the sequence they were added to the email, nor in alphabetical order. Is there a way to specify the order they should be placed in the note in evernote? Here is an example of a note created with 20 images that were emailed in. The order appears to be random. The image file names were test01.png to test20.png https://www.evernote.com/shard/s210/sh/53584c9e-e004-4eb6-8d32-3bf6c7c9b8ce/5405e4df28921d0ba60df08b3a496f1b Thanks Jason
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