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acpitt

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  1. It would be great if there was a function that would disable all editing of a note. I use my old iPad2 to scroll through my notes, and occasionally the iPad will think that I want to edit the note, and since the iPad2 is laggy, my finger movements to scroll will be interpreted as to edit and then things will get deleted. I have had images be replaced by text, paragraphs by spaces, etc. Many of us I'm sure would appreciate being able to lock the notes for use on mobile devices, where we are not trying to edit anything but just simply want to view. Thanks!
  2. Yeah, it's kind of a bummer. I am in the process of transferring all my notes to Apple's Notes - but - I have to split some of my Evernote notes into 5 different Note notes because of the size limitation. I use a lot of pictures in my notes. There doesn't seem to be an alternative note taking app that is on both Mac & PC and does everything Evernote does. I spoke to a couple of support people at Evernote and they weren't able to help me and just kind of "played dumb" and kept giving me workarounds that don't work, until I gave up.
  3. I used Cmd+F (Ctrl+F) to open the search window so I search only within this particular note, and not all notes.
  4. I'm using my Mac, running latest OS. Thanks for trying to help!
  5. Well, that works, but look at the image at what I'm searching. When searching the phrase "common error", I get "error" by itself as well as "common error". There are instances where I have 200 words to sift through to get to the one I'm looking for. As far as I know, there is no way to tell the search function to search the words together, and only together.
  6. I would like to search phrases and have the results show the entire phrase, not singular words from the phrase. Right now I can't get any search results, because it just highlights every single word within a phrase. Is it possible to search phrases within notes?
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