Hello, I was wondering if there are any plans to add some kind of keyboard shortcut to access a color picker for text in the Windows desktop client. I know there's Ctrl+D to open a full text formatting dialog - not sure how it is in Mac but on Windows 7 it opens up a horrible Win'95-esque dialog with an unchangeable palette of colors that are just about the ugliest ones available on the visible part of the electromagnetic spectrum. The Evernote native palette on the note toolbar is much nicer, but can only be accessed via the mouse as far as I'm aware. I would love it if a quick and handy text-color-modding keyboard shortcut existed, since it would make coloring up my text so much easier if I could do it using just the keyboard.
rkr12 replied to cm2017's topic in Evernote for Windows Issues (Versions 6.25.1 and under)Thanks for posting, I had the same trouble after the same update. Especially annoying because I was trying to hold off on the update, but the notification window popped up in the middle of my typing and pressing the space bar, and it defaults to starting the update. I noticed the jumping to title problem happened whenever the blue syncing arrow appeared in my note list. I followed your advice - although my options were both initially both checked. When I unchecked 'Set new note focus to title' it didn't fix it. But when I unchecked 'Create new note in a new window' the jump to title problem stopped, although it still does a weird sort of visual reset, where the context panel at the bottom of the note disappears. But thankfully the cursor focus remains where it should be. Again, thanks very much indeed for posting the problem and solution, I went through the exact same frustration as in your first post. it was a massively annoying issue that made writing nearly impossible.