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  1. 10 minutes ago, Dave-in-Decatur said:

    This was an observation by @gazumped, and actually you are both right. Many other apps can do this; Evernote's editor cannot and never has. Last summer I posted a request about this:

    What I learned in the process of discussions and testing (see my follow-up post here) was this: When v. 7.8.2 of the Android Evernote app came out, it had a new editor, and I was told by an EN employee, "Our new editor uses an embedded version of Chrome for Android." It is this Chrome-based editor that cannot access the full clipboard (and has other limitations).

    However, in other areas of Evernote, another editor is used, non-Chrome, and in those areas the clipboard (as well as handwriting on some devices) is available: namely, in the title area of a note, and in the quick-note feature that pulls down in the notification panel. (See my posts here and here.) @cyptojoe, I'd invite you to test those two areas and see if you can access the full clipboard in them. I often compose a quick note using several clipboard items, and then cut the whole thing and paste it into a regular note. An annoying kludge, but it does work.

    Thanks, yes i noticed the clipboard is visible when on the title bar and handwriting editor .

    But nevertheless; the main place I need it is on the note editor. 

    I would have to make do your temporary solution you gave me while we wait on Evernote permanent solution.

     

     

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  2. @Dave-in-Decaturthanks for the link showing the solution.but it did not solve it for me. 

     

    Nevertheless, donot take it personal.  i never saw the solution that helped me in the post,  that was y i reposted and ended the post by quoting #copied guru, this acknowledged where i got it. 

    This not waste of time, i need a solution.  Which the solution u gave in your link did not solve it for me.

     

  3. Thanks for your promote response.you have been of great help. 

    But I have reinstalled and even updated the app, still to no avail. 

    I even have the same issue on my Lenovo vibe phone and also my Samsung s6.

    As regards your question 'never has been a way to look at the last 20 clips in Android', see below  a screen shot the possibility that 20  clip appear on the clipboard of other text app.

  4. Thanks for the reply @gazumped

    Well i did quote am having the issue when i use Samsung s6, not Samsung note

    I don't  have a problem when I  long press inside the empty area to paste, copy or select all option in Evernote. .[see image a screen shot 131721 attachment]

    my problem is the option of clipboard toolbar not appearing as an option when i long press in ever.[see image a screen shot 132437 attachment]

    hence if an reading an article,  Evernote donot  give me access to the system clipboard with the 20 most recent clipboard items. In Evernote I get nothing.

    looking forward to a respond. Thanks in advance for the help

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  5. I've got a Samsung Galaxy S4 running Android 4.2.2, and the Evernote Android app v. 5.2.3.1. I find it very difficult to select and paste text in this app.

    1. In other apps on this phone, all I have to do is long-press in a text-entry area, even an empty one, and I get a clipboard menu of some kind, ranging from a very basic Paste option, to a toolbar with Select all, Cut, Copy, and Paste options, to a more comprehensive toolbar that gives access to the system clipboard with the 20 most recent clipboard items. In Evernote I get nothing. I have to long-press on an actual word to get the clipboard toolbar to appear. If I want to paste something into a blank note, I have to type a dummy word, select it, and then choose Paste from the toolbar. Even when it appears, that toolbar does not give access to the system clipboard. It's inconvenient and a bit annoying.
    2. Beyond inconvenient to completely aggravating is the difficulty selecting multiple words. In other apps I can select a word and the text selection "handles" appear, so I can drag them to include multiple words. Every once in awhile those handles randomly appear in Evernote, but I can never get them to appear when I want them. I can't figure out what combination of long-pressing, double-tapping, or whatever is supposed to activate them.

    Thanks in advance for any advice that anyone can give!!

    #copied guru 

  6. On 8/30/2013 at 10:50 PM, Dave-in-Decatur said:

    I've got a Samsung Galaxy S4 running Android 4.2.2, and the Evernote Android app v. 5.2.3.1. I find it very difficult to select and paste text in this app.

    1. In other apps on this phone, all I have to do is long-press in a text-entry area, even an empty one, and I get a clipboard menu of some kind, ranging from a very basic Paste option, to a toolbar with Select all, Cut, Copy, and Paste options, to a more comprehensive toolbar that gives access to the system clipboard with the 20 most recent clipboard items. In Evernote I get nothing. I have to long-press on an actual word to get the clipboard toolbar to appear. If I want to paste something into a blank note, I have to type a dummy word, select it, and then choose Paste from the toolbar. Even when it appears, that toolbar does not give access to the system clipboard. It's inconvenient and a bit annoying.
    2. Beyond inconvenient to completely aggravating is the difficulty selecting multiple words. In other apps I can select a word and the text selection "handles" appear, so I can drag them to include multiple words. Every once in awhile those handles randomly appear in Evernote, but I can never get them to appear when I want them. I can't figure out what combination of long-pressing, double-tapping, or whatever is supposed to activate them.

    Thanks in advance for any advice that anyone can give!!

    Pls was this responded to, I also have the issue with my Samsung s6.

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