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Synaptonemal

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  1. 10 hours ago, DTLow said:

    I'm an Apple Pencil user, but don't use the drawing tool in Evernote

    I tested this an can confirm there's something odd when doing a long press; holding the point on the screen

    With a short press, there's no problem with points or lines

    Yes have to specify, thanks to DTLow:

    doing quick points, it works. slow points and especially slow drawn lines do NOT,appear. Mhm....

    the forced touch with Pencil works, how could I miss that?

    however, the broad stroke /tilting the pen does not work.


  2. On 3.4.2017 at 4:25 PM, Synaptonemal said:

    This is already an old thread but I have to comment here because this is an issue that still - for iOS users (I have not tried other environments) - has NOT been solved.

    I am working on my iPad Pro using an Apple Pencil. Now who knows Apple Pencil, it has two special features, one is that the thickness of the line can be changed by applying different pressure and the other one is that if you tilt the angle and use the "sides" of the tip, it gives a stroke similar to what you'd see using a normal pencil. 

    Now I have tried the Pencil in both Evernote and OneNote. Evernote does NOT support these features, while OneNote does. BUT, a by far worse thing in Evernote is that if you are finally able to draw sth, I recognized that I cannot make a simple "point" by touching the surface with the tip and not moving the tip. You can even very slowly move your Pencil on the surface without a line being drawn. That is just bad programming or...? Well, but I think it's an important difference here between the two.

    Has that also been experienced by other users...? Curious!!


  3. On 27.6.2016 at 7:10 AM, evernyx said:
    
    Dear Evernote team ,
    
    I 've been a few years of intensive Evernote users in the private and professional spheres .
    I work for half a year with a Surface Pro 4 and do not want to miss it . However, unfortunately, very important aspect bothers me tremendously and drove me almost to Onenote : noting the miserable ways handwritten or draw in the Windows version of Evernote . Evernote Touch offers grotesquely no (Surface ) Pen support . The iOS version has indeed integrated drawing function and Penultimate . Is something equivalent for the Windows desktop version plans or ever has in mind ? I need practical advice on how I could solve by other apps by this problem.
    Greetings, Alex
    Greetings Alex

    This is already an old thread but I have to comment here because this is an issue that still - for iOS users (I have not tried other environments) - has NOT been solved.

    I am working on my iPad Pro using an Apple Pencil. Now who knows Apple Pencil, it has two special features, one is that the thickness of the line can be changed by applying different pressure and the other one is that if you tilt the angle and use the "sides" of the tip, it gives a stroke similar to what you'd see using a normal pencil. 

    Now I have tried the Pencil in both Evernote and OneNote. Evernote does NOT support these features, while OneNote does. BUT, a by far worse thing in Evernote is that if you are finally able to draw sth, I recognized that I cannot make a simple "point" by touching the surface with the tip and not moving the tip. You can even very slowly move your Pencil on the surface without a line being drawn. That is just bad programming or...? Well, but I think it's an important difference here between the two.


  4. On 28.1.2017 at 10:25 AM, KevinX3 said:

    Ok, so everyone is looking for Evernote to provide a solution. It's clear they are not going to do that and it's clear they don't really give a stuff about their customers, which see their latest price/device reorganisation (this thread is six (6) years (yes years) old. If OneNote wasn't so convoluted and you could easily email content I'd switch in a heartbeat, but Evernote isn't bad when it comes to note organisation.

    I don't have an integrated solution. We simply need a way to increase the quality (bitrate) of recorded audio in event, how hard could that be?

    Emailing content is pretty easy, what kind of problem are you experiencing?

    Ah sorry, I know what you mean, I was in my thoughts at emailing content TO onenote. Yeah that is sth that should be changed,  but working in macOS environment I dont have my hopes up on this one :/

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