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  1. Exact same problem here. I've been experiencing this issue across various releases which, as pointed out above, is solved by keeping the main window unmaximazed. Since I'm on a Surface Pro the issue will occur every time I'm in tablet mode (all apps open in full screen), and replicate in computer mode until I unmaximize EN's main window, exit and reopen, til the next time I'll be in tablet mode…..
  2. Hello all,, Since I know something that EN devs don't, which is that there are many people anxious about being able to ink existing notes on their notetaking app of choice, I'll cut the long story short but there nonetheless are a couple of things I must write before getting to the focus of my post so bear with me: 1) Evernote for Windows 10 litteraly s***s big time on touch-enabled devices. Both UWP and WIN32 versions of EN are simply not ready for touch. Their interface is clunky and counter-intuitive in that, for one, dragging inside a note with finger/stylus will not scroll but
  3. Long story short: I have been waiting for the good folks at Evernote to bring in some refinement to the client's touch interface. To no avail so far. I have been hoping to see Evernote grow to be able to annotate notes with ink, as opposed to the clunky, half-baked solution brought forth by Skitch. So far no news on that. Ultimately I thought I had found a good compromise through MS Edge which (much as OneNote would), allows to ink a web page then save the result. Of course, trying to clip the resulting page with Evernote's Web Clipper will bring up an error message advising tha
  4. . My two cents on this thread... Again. I'm using Evernote and Onenote on both my Surface and my Galaxy Note. What I can say about both is that Onenote is wonderful when it comes to annotating any kind of document, while it literally sucks at anything else and especially at syncing to/from the cloud, since it does it through Onedrive which is an incredible bottleneck. Evernote on the contrary is light-years away with its smooth and blazing fast sync mode and its overall much more solid storage, search and retrieval routines. In my humble opinion EN should really do all that it can to get
  5. Thanks for chiming in, I definitely agree with you. What hardware are you using EN with? I have a Galaxy Note and a Surface Pro. I know for instance that handwritten standalone notes can be created and written text can be added to existing documents on both devices. The downside is that you cannot ink an existing note directly and that anything you write or sketch will be added on top of the original stuff. So as of now this is as close as EN gets to, say, Onenote annotation functionality. I won't even start talking about Skitch as it is not worth mentioning... I really hope the goo
  6. I second the whole thead: Evernote should change their approach to annotation since their current system allows no more than basic text highlighting and text input through a clunky and unpractical interface, which may be ok on a desktop rig with keyboard and mouse, but becomes "last century" on the current scenario of touch-enabled systems which use ink through styluses/pens. Onenote outshines Evernote in that aspect.
  7. Long time Evernote user here. I appreciate the new feature which enables me to create handwritten notes with my Surface pen. I also am very happy about the possibility, implemented in 6.3 beta, to save notes to Google Drive. There only one thing missing to Evernote at this point, that would make it perfect: The possibility of inking existing documents with a pen/stylus, as the actual built-in annotation tool is embarassing, in comparison to -say- Onenote which, in this specific area outshines Evernote while it's a huge pile of junk in anything else. I hope something like that is in the w
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