With version 10.8.4, single clicking links is back, but the behavior is still very different from legacy. Upon clicking a link, it opens a separate window, with legacy you remain in that page/window. Usually the user experience in this situation (ie. with browsers and with legacy), clicking a link keeps you in the same window. If you wanted it to open in another window you hold the command key down (control key on windows). I'm curious as to the reasoning behind this approach versus keeping with common practice?
I was hoping to finally move to 10.x but this still messes with my work flow significantly, so I'm back to legacy. At the very least can this be an option that can be toggled in the preferences? The default should be that clicking keeps you in the same window and command clicking opens the page in a separate window.
Thanks for everyone's efforts on evernote! It is looking really good, anxious to move to 10!