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Gerald Yu

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  1. On this topic, you've always been disagreeing. You've only tried to tell me to live with the problem. Where have you supported the idea to improve Evernote? You want it to remain buggy, because that's your thing -- work around bugs. No bug, no you. So I was curious and looked at a selection of your latest posts. Half of them you added value and helped the people who have questions. Half of them you just couldn't resist posting a nothing reply. You have an urge to post, including the times when you can't add value. Try it, for some of the posts, if you cover up your reply, there is
  2. Yes you were clearly disagreeing. What does it mean "developer are only human"? Of course they are. What is the point? They could either be responsible people or irresponsible people. They wrote the program and should act responsibly. I support programs I write, and so should they. Your replies were trying to marginalize my detailed description. As a responsible programmer myself, I welcome detailed defect descriptions for my programs. As a former tester, I know every little bit of incomplete clue is useful in identifying problems. Your implying I should have identified exact
  3. Thanks for the reply. I have posted to SupportLogin.action as you suggested. Actually it is possible to fix at least part of the bug. There are multiple bugs in this report. The cause of not being able to save a note cannot be easily reproduced, because in the process of investigating I removed whatever character or symbol that caused the problem (I was trying to get my note to save, not trying to bug fix at the time). Nevertheless, a good programmer would try some Traditional and Simplified Chinese characters to try to reproduce the bug. There is something to be done for someone who
  4. I have updated a note and synced it, and repeatedly my new changes were lost, over-written by an old version. There was no warning, no error message. The changes were just lost. Evernote acted as if it doesn't recognize the edits I have made. Finally I enabled detailed Activity Log and seem to have found the problem to this particular note -- However the bigger problems is that Evernote encountered a problem and didn't flag it to the User. So changes were lost but the User was not informed. The file is 10,202 characters long, mainly of text, some links, some cut-and-paste which m
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