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  1. Same here. But c'mon, it's been just 11 months, how would Evernote respond to anything that quickly? -.-
  2. Ugh, this is so frustrating. Just noticed after 1 year of using EN with over 1000 notes that this is not possible. I just assumed it would be. Stupid me huh? And no, being "optimized" (whatever that means) for speed is not a good argument. As others have mentioned, it's fine if I have to wait a couple of moments if I do a demanding query, but it's not fine if EN cannot do what a text editor or a simple python script could do, and what I have come to just expect from computers. Now I feel like my data ist locked in. Also, it could be an option to have this 1) only on desktop and/or web and 2) only for the text content or even only for titles (I just hit it when trying to do an "intitle:" query). That should be fast enough!
  3. Yeah, I just hit this (on Win 10). This is super annoying when clipping web pages: In my browser it looks just fine, then I clip it and the article has become basically useless. This is an omission that severely impairs EN's otherwise great web clipping functionality. I'm sure the only reason not more people vote on this is that the average user doesn't care about the difference between vector and pixel graphics, and that's entirely normal. They only see that "the EN web clipper doesn't work for some web pages. Apparently it's not as good as I heard."
  4. FTR, I just found this thread googling because I saw the exact same behavior d0_do described, with Drawboard vs PDF XChange. No big deal for me right now, I'm just using XChange, but really confusing until I noticed it + could've easily lost a lot of annotations.
  5. The title says it all: The "Send to Evernote" Button in Outlook does not work (it's grayed out) for emails that are digitally signed. I am aware that I could just forward my emails after getting Premium, but it's still a bug that makes the Outlook add-in basically useless because it only works "sometimes"; e.g., it never works for emails I receive from my boss. Apparently this issue has been open since at least 2013. Also, EN doesn't let me open a support ticket as a Basic user, apparently because they think that it's me who would profit most from that. Very unfortunate. Did any of you not hit this bug, i.e., is anyone able to use the "Send to Evernote" button for digitally signed emails? Thanks; Best, Steffen
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