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PeteMacca

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  1. No..., that wasn't what fixed the issue for me. I was signing in via email and password. Clearing storage and cache fixed it at the time. Also, later updates fixed it.
  2. Casa, I didn't like the change either. I tried many workarounds and settled on one which is posted here:
  3. Finally some good news..., version 10.13.1 has fixed the problem (at least so far).
  4. Maybe not, @agsteele. I also turn my phone off each night as well. But I still need to restart the app before I can edit a note. Hoping the next release will fix it for good.
  5. As Icc said yesterday, version 10.13 does NOT fix the problem. However, this workaround still works: Workaround for Android: 1. Close the app - swipe them off the screen from the "recent apps" view. 2. Restart the app - hopefully you can edit a note again. If not, repeat step 1.
  6. Workaround for Android: 1. Close the app - swipe them off the screen from the "recent apps" view. 2. Restart the app - hopefully you can edit a note again. If not, repeat step 1.
  7. Or..., EV could a give us the option of choosing how our notes are formatted.
  8. Funny thing this... When EV first introduced this change, a <space> worked for me. But after a week or two, and probably after another update, the <space> was striped out, changing checkboxes back to checklists. At the time, I noticed others here reported the same. So I switched to using a <->. Now the <space> is back. I'm getting whiplash!
  9. Have you tried clearing storage and cache in app settings? This worked for me.
  10. Same problem here, running 10.7.2 on Android 11. Fixed it by clearing storage and cache in app settings.
  11. Glad it works. It's good to have some control back!
  12. To create a list of checkboxes that doesn't go crazy when you hit <enter>, try this: Simple list -[]<space>simple 1<enter> or -<checkbox>simple 1<enter> Item list (indented) <indent>-[]<space>item 1<enter> or <indent>-<checkbox>item 1<enter> Works with Windows and Android. Using the dash <-> (or another character) is key to this working. I tried using a <space> before the checkbox, but Evernote stripped it out and converted the list to a checklist.
  13. To create a list of checkboxes that doesn't go crazy when you hit <enter>, try this: Simple list -[]<space>simple 1<enter> or -<checkbox>simple 1<enter> Item list (indented) <indent>-[]<space>item 1<enter> or <indent>-<checkbox>item 1<enter> Works with Windows and Android. Using the dash <-> (or another character) is key to this working. I tried using a <space> before the checkbox, but Evernote stripped it out and converted the list to a checklist.
  14. For a new list of checkboxes that doesn't go crazy when you hit enter, try this: Simple list -[]<space>1<enter> or -<checkbox>1<enter> Item list (indented) <indent>-[]<space>item 1<enter> or <indent>-<checkbox>item 1<enter> Works with Windows and Android.
  15. Sadly, there are only a few of us who feel the changes made to the behaviour of checkboxes was a dumb move.
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