Jump to content

RolandDeschain

Level 1
  • Content Count

    7
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

7 Neutral

About RolandDeschain

Profile Information

  • Subscription
    PLUS
  1. Pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeease give us a dark theme, or at least the option to invert it so we can have a basic black theme! It can't be that hard; I'd need 17 calculators to count the number of applications that have a theme framework built into them.
  2. Yes, I copied all of it to notepad on a computer, then re-copied and pasted without the formatting in a new note to test; same thing.
  3. The Google Keep and OneNote Android apps both have zero issues with large documents. The largest note in question I have is actually one that was already in both of those apps, and which I merely pasted (even with matching destination formatting) into a new note in Evernote. The lag issue is absolutely, definitively, exclusive to Evernote. I don't have this issue whatsoever with the Evernote desktop thick client or the browser-based one.
  4. Oh I know you're not support, I was posting that for their benefit since i'm sure there's at least some occasional lurking. There's no way that high of a percentage (four nines? really?) never have use for a longer note, though. If local storage (I've got 39GB free on local storage on my 64GB Pixel phone) and network connection speed (half the time I'm on 100-megabit symmetrical fiber via 802.11AC Wi-Fi) are factors for some, they are not for me, generally. Ridiculous thought to even entertain, really. If I were using an old POS phone that was $99 when it was new, maybe... In any case, I do appreciate your replies, Gazumped.
  5. I'm a systems engineer who works for an IT consulting company. I have one notebook for each client I do anything resembling regular work with, so I have a couple dozen notebooks. A couple of these clients have very special security procedures in place, and there are some things that I do in five minutes for one client but which take 90 minutes at one or two of these special security clients, and it's an extensively documented list of tasks for one specific "normally quick" procedure. I can't have short notes in some cases; or rather, it'd be the equivalent of breaking up paragraphs on a page into separate notes which makes no sense and is just cumbersome. If I found the Commodore 64 computer from my childhood, it'd handle large notes better than the modern Evernote app does in this sense, and that is so far beyond unacceptable that it's not even in the same stratosphere as unbelievable. It boggles the mind. There should not be a higher priority for Evernote's core development team than making sure a note performs well with 50,000 or 100,000 characters of unformatted text in it. If this is a case of the support team not believing me, I will gladly (ok, not gladly, it'd be a nuisance; but I'd do it) record a video demonstration. Even on multiple mobile devices if I need to.
  6. Larger notes perform horribly; the typing input lag is ridiculous. What's the fix? Not "shorten the notes," that is absurd. I only do normal raw text notes for most of them. A 486 computer from 1995 handled 50,000-character Word documents without issue, but my Google Pixel quad-core SOC phone can't with this application? Wow. Please fix your application. I'm experiencing this on the Android app. I tried this out (Plus version, so I don't even have the context option) because of OneNote not reliably syncing between devices off and on and I love the feature set here, but I am an IT systems engineer and regularly have need to quickly add or edit a small piece of information in one or more larger notes on my phone while I'm in the middle of something, and I shouldn't have to sit and avoid notes that aren't small. This is basic TEXT editing we're talking about, here.
  7. This isn't just a night owls/dark room thing. I regularly prefer non-white backgrounds while working during the day in a regularly lit room. Evernote offers so much; but not so much as one alternate theme? SERIOUSLY? Please implement this ASAP. It can't possibly be much work in the scheme of things.
×
×
  • Create New...