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Mike.

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  1. ilw, Evernote development team axed all the old versions. 6.7.6 is the oldest supported version, and it unfortunately, has fat ass margins.
  2. Thank you. Even tho I already know this, for those that don't, I appreciate you posting. The more posting we do in the forum, the more they will hopefully notice. Here's my take. I don't think I'm that different from other business owners. I look at all feedback. I search my company, read if people are talking about me. I read my employees notes, customer feedback, and Invision what I can do to fix things. Then we talk about it on Mondays. I walk through problem areas with my team and ensure everyone is on the same page. I got the attention of Evernote CEO the other day on Twitter.
  3. Reposting this to answer everyone's questions. Evernote Team blocked Evernote versions older than 6.7.6 due to a security flaw they found. They are refusing to create patches for older versions. I'm pissed because the newer versions beyond 6.5.4 have wide GIANT ASS margins on the sides. My employees use small monitors mounted to the wall, and I have spacing constraints. The margins reserved for tables make no sense. The devs could have made a floating table toolbar instead. Anyways. They state that they are only supporting 6.7.6 and higher due to this security flaw. However, the patch the
  4. Reposting this to answer everyone's questions. Evernote Team blocked Evernote versions older than 6.7.6 due to a security flaw they found. They are refusing to create patches for older versions. I'm pissed because the newer versions beyond 6.5.4 have wide GIANT ASS margins on the sides. My employees use small monitors mounted to the wall, and I have spacing constraints. The margins reserved for tables make no sense. The devs could have made a floating table toolbar instead. Anyways. They state that they are only supporting 6.7.6 and higher due to this security flaw. However, the patch the
  5. Reposting this to answer everyone's questions. Evernote Team blocked Evernote versions older than 6.7.6 due to a security flaw they found. They are refusing to create patches for older versions. I'm pissed because the newer versions beyond 6.5.4 have wide GIANT ASS margins on the sides. My employees use small monitors mounted to the wall, and I have spacing constraints. The margins reserved for tables make no sense. The devs could have made a floating table toolbar instead. Anyways. They state that they are only supporting 6.7.6 and higher due to this security flaw. However, the patch the
  6. Evernote Team blocked Evernote versions older than 6.7.6 due to a security flaw they found. They are refusing to create patches for older versions. I'm pissed because the newer versions beyond 6.5.4 have wide GIANT ASS margins on the sides. My employees use small monitors mounted to the wall, and I have spacing constraints. The margins reserved for tables make no sense. The devs could have made a floating table toolbar instead. Anyways. They state that they are only supporting 6.7.6 and higher due to this security flaw. However, the patch they released for 6.7.6 is broken. So, you'll have
  7. Hi, Let's be honest. Your current UI/UX is a *****-show. Your developers are not good at design, and I have doubts about their coding skills in general. One thing is changed or added, a button is moved, and something else brakes. He's struggling. Cut him off and find someone who knows their stuff. Please, scrap your current design. Moving around buttons isn't going to fix anything. I'm a premium user, and I will continue using Evernote regardless of if you listen to my feedback. Version 6.5.4 was the best version you've had thus far. Since then, it's been a *****-show. I took 30 sec
  8. Really such a half-assed approach to a feature that should have been implemented correct from the beginning. I run a business and employ a team of software engineers. We use Evernote heavily as a way to track assignments, projects, tasks, ideas, and research. I'm usually on the other side, cluing people in that software and web apps aren't as simple as you think, and to give the company a break. This is one situation where, if it was my employee that did this, I would put my foot down and say, "No. This is wrong. Go back and do it correctly. Have the controls float over the table, or have a li
  9. Sadly, like many other people have mentioned, my issues still haven't been resolved either. I use Evernote here at my office with a team of employees. They all use smallish monitors, and the setup we have in Evernote. The new editor still has giant ass margins and no way to change that. Also, please notice that in the note I have selected, there is extra spacing before and after a table. This note was not modified after the update Before Update: After Update:
  10. +1. Maybe even a preset anchor that's on all notes that scrolls to the bottom. #bottom.
  11. Let's hope they listen. I hate to be a pesimist, but so many companies don't listen once they've grown. I updated to the new 6.6 Beta 2, and went back to the public release simply because of the margin on the sides. In Word, I can adjust the margins. In Evernote, I couldn't, so I downgraded. I have given my employees small wall mounted monitors to see projects, tasks, and write ups in Evernote. The added margin is too much. Let us change it. Someone said the same thing in January of this year about the web interface. Makes me think this isn't going to be looked at seriously. https://discu
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