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Samyboy

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  1. I think a dash is a better separator than the dot. I use stackoverflow.com daily and this is the character by convention when having to combine multiple words. I think it is also more easy to read but I'm biased by the fact that it's the way I always use it. bullet.journal bullet-journal Also and this is a very geeky thing but I add a lot of notes with my phone with android and SwiftKey and this application automatically add a space after entering a dot and there is no way to configure that option... SADLY! :(
  2. In my case, with the Windows version 6.17.5.8273 (308273) Public (CE Build ce-62.1.7539), when I search for something, words that are highlighted are those of my previous search until I click on another item than the first one selected. After that, if I click again on the first one, the highlight engine work. That is a workaround but when I just have one result, I cannot click elsewhere and the highlighted words are wrong because they are from the previous search.
  3. It's enough for me. Even if I already paid 4 months ago for Evernote, I will switch to OneNote. A simple task as resizing an image or highlighting text with a color different than yellow or in this case, printing italic text is really boring, not acceptable. I'm afraid of what I can find in the future when I will have too many notes. This is for me, 90$ dumped to the garbage.
  4. TheEvernoteer, I found the same solution as you just before seeing your answer. By the way, the more I see posts from Evernote, the more I see the feature like this one which sounds very weird to not be already implemented in the application. I'm a programmer too and I understand Evernote in some way considering the effort that often looks easy for someone, not a programmer to understand the difficulty to implement the feature. However, in a note software, something like resizing images both for readability but also to fit size for printing (that was my issue), the feature should really be an MVP (Minimum valuable product). I think EverNote use the momentum of the greatnesses of the application in the last few years compared to other note taker tools but if obvious features like this one are continually postponed, EverNote will fall apart. Considering the steep price compared to last year, this sound not good in the following year about the popularity of this software. For the moment, I paid 90$ for one year and I will do hacks like adding a table for resizing tables but I will not renew if Evernote doesn't listen and ship more obvious feature like this one.
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