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Proft

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  1. Again, the tone-deafness that would presume that the tens of thousands of users who are not complaining on this forum don't exist, and that only subscription revenue is important enough to create a truly great product. That is clearly one of the reasons why there is little participation here.
  2. This is really the thing that you're worried about? Again: tone deaf.
  3. It's been 5 years, so the evidence seems to indicate that voting is pointless.
  4. Evernote devs have been tone deaf to making their text editor--the very foundation of their product--usable with entry level capabilities like text formatting controls. This has been their top feature request for over 5 years, so there is little hope of any progress on their part, and is the reason so many people refuse to purchase Premium.
  5. It is not a matter of the display size as much as the inability to control text formatting of things like font size, particularly when "Paste as Plain Text" has been broken for years. Evernote devs are completely tone deaf to how a text editor should work. This is but one of the many annoyances that span both mobile and desktop platforms, and is the main reason why I refuse to purchase the full product. It took them YEARS to fix the Android auto-correct input issue...no reason to think they care about what people want.
  6. This still happens using the latest Evernote Windows app. You click on a note and an empty note with a duplicate title is created below it each time. Discouraging that it has been 4 years and you still can't get this worked out. This is why I feel apathetic about purchasing a subscription.
  7. This issue has been open for 3 years without action. Why they can't just use a standard input method like every other app is beyond me. This kind of buggy coding, both on Android as well as desktop, without any chance of action by the developers, is what has kept me from being a paid subscriber.
  8. The built-in autocorrect feature is not supported by Evernote, causing any changes to produce duplicate and/or mangled text in notes. Samsung Galaxy S7 or S9, OS 8.x or 9.x.
  9. Formatted text is still pasted (with font sizes, typeface changes, etc.) regardless of using 'Paste' or 'Paste as Plain Text'. The "Simplify Formatting" function only does a partial cleanup, and it is not possible to alter typeface sizes in a note from within the app (unless that function is spectacularly well-hidden).
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