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Sigurdur

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  1. But the most forward-looking issue on windows is the implementation of dark-mode according to the forums.
  2. I also trust them when they say it's not a simple matter. Implementing dark mode probably requires them to restructure and hire more developers. But that's the whole point, right? To achieve complex things to stay ahead of your competitors like OneNote and Keep. I'm an amateur when it comes to coding so maybe I don't understand, but amateurs on the internet have already build a semi-stable prototype of Evernote with a dark mode that works. If amateurs can do it in their free time Evernote surely could do it with the help of professional developers, a full access to the proprietary software, lots of moneys, and some elbow grease. You are clearly a person that I admire immensely, a person that helps stupid users like me in forums so I don't want to bicker but you must know as well that when users mention "lazy programmers" or "fake news" their feedback is hinting at something missing, in this case, a dark mode! And as a person that stares at a computer screen 12 hours a day dark mode is one lame fad that I can get behind 😎
  3. I don't think we can expect the users to understand the technical constraints of implementing dark mode. Plus the claim that it's almost impossible is not obvious as many other MS apps have the feature; Adobe, OneNote, Keep, etc. The fact is that this company has had 7 years to implement this most requested feature and they have chosen not to - which is a shame. But I think this forum is a fine place for feedback from users, no matter how ignorant we are and how "impossible" the features we request.
  4. Yes, and duplicates will keep on appearing on this forum until Evernote gives the majority of their paying users a dark theme.
  5. Include an option to turn "check spelling" options on and off in the toolbar.
  6. I am using Simplenote and Notepad++ until this thing gets sorted.
  7. Congratulations to all you Mojave Mac users out there, you have something we all want; A Dark Mode! Meanwhile, in the Windows world, our eyes still bleed. According to an official statement, you are working on other things, but we think you should be working on this dark mode thing, as it's still the most requested feature. The original thread for a dark theme has been locked but this feature has not been implemented for a large section of your customer base. So let us reiterate; Evernote Wizards. Please, give windows users a dark theme. Best Regards, Your Paying Customer
  8. Due to the fact that Evernote refuses to listen to its customer base, I am forced to cancel my subscription and I am looking for an alternative app. Any suggestions?
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