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  1. By the way, I believe you're at 3 and 0.
  2. I don't know how many years @gazumped has been actively helping out in these forums, but he's posted 19,194 times and gotten 5,182 likes of his posts. I trust what he says. He's had tons of personal experience seeing people's requests and EN's responses.
  3. I've used this Mac app to export my Apple Notes into plain text .txt (http://writeapp.net/notesexporter/). I've also used this app that exports the notes into markdown format (.md) (https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/exporter/id1099120373?ls=1&mt=12). The latter app is supposed to persevere creation and modification dates. Hope this helps.
  4. @hadzzz, I understand your frustration, but did you read the post just above yours where @BSR describes a relatively easy workaround. Plus EN v6.11 is in beta and hopefully will be available shortly. I don't think you wasted your money, but that's just my opinion.
  5. Great, you got it. I should have said earlier that you proved you could get below the code block in your step 3. The delete was sabotaging you. Cheers.
  6. I guess I didn't focus on this step, but by doing this you're deleting the line that you could arrow down to aren't you?
  7. If that still doesn't work, I've seen some text editors require you to use the keyboard shortcut again in order to escape from the code block. I would test that, but we only have an icon and clicking it again doesn't escape the block.
  8. I'm confused. I thought this is what you're trying to do. First off, I'm on a Mac, but I'm not sure that makes a difference as far as this is concerned. My first question is, given what you want to do, why are you not inserting text in the code block before you arrow down in step 3.? It makes no difference on my mac whether you have text in the code block or not, but just curious. In step 5., when I arrow down, the cursor moves to the line below the code block. What happens if you insert text in the code block and then arrow down?
  9. I'm always able to arrow done after every line of text. But if you can't, try adding an additional line and then arrow up one line and insert your code block.
  10. I've looked into this a little more, and it appears this bug was fixed with 10.12.3. Opened some of my pdfs in Preview and it appears that the OCR and annotation layers are remaining intact. Whew!
  11. I'm really upset with Apple for not making us aware of this. I edit multiple pdfs in Preview on a daily basis and scan everything as OCR. Looks like Apple's taking a page from EN's playbook.
  12. Ed, I just copied this from the MacObserver article: If the user, or anyone the user shares their PDFs with, edits the documents in Preview or other PDFKit apps, issues like the loss of an OCR layer or corruption of the document itself may occur. As a safeguard against these problems, users should create copies of their PDFs to ensure that the original document is preserved in the event that the document is inadvertently edited in an app like Preview. Now I know why I've lost my OCR layer on quite a few pdfs. Bummer.
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