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Daly de Gagne

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  1. Kenneth, thank you first of all for the good things you said about me. Please know I thought carefully about making the reference to an outside forum. It is not one I made without some thought. The fact that I did reflected a couple of things. One, the general sense of disempowerment when dealing with vital, core issues arising with changes in EN2, accompanied by a shift in EN's pattern of responding to messages. It will be interesting on that point to see how and when EN responds to the individuals concerned about an arbitrary size limit on local notebooks. The other aspect of my decision to
  2. Dave, I think it's a reflection of the strong feelings around some issues. And while I know you answer posts, it is nonetheless a reflection of the fact that EN for reasons known only to itself has decided to avoid discussion around certain features, etc. My thought is that EN has decided not to make any changes re notebook structure, or to do anything much to make EN a more capable, heavy duty player in information processing. I base that on lack of response to posts reflecting those issues. The allure of the cloud has won out, but the realization is yet to be seen on your end that while heav
  3. Re the question of whether EN replies to posts, or not. If I came out and said EN doesn't, as in the sense of general policy, or seldom, as in the sense of almost never, I mispoke myself. Over time what I have observed is that the responses from EN are not as frequent, and that there is more of a delay. This could be explained by many things, including pressures from other work-related duties. What I have observed that truly bothers me is there appears to be less response to those posts asking for things that aren't on the roadmap, or that reflect the anger and tremendous inconveniences to man
  4. I see the sub-notebook discussion is going on the same way it was several months ago when I last looked in on Evernote forum. I now use Surfulater, www.surfulater.com. It has notebooks, and tags, and a growing capability to handle metadata. It also manages to clip web pages with even greater accuracy than EN. And the developer replies to queries from users. From what I see the sub-notebook discussion is being ignored by EN. For saving to the web when that is actually important in my work I use Microsoft's new, free program Thumbtack. If you all want to continue using EN, and want sub-notebooks
  5. I again add my own request for subnotebooks. I have no doubt everything could be done with tags -- but my experience has been that things work best with a combined notebook/tag metaphor. I have set up notebooks for my main subject areas -- but some second level notebooks would sure help. If not for the next version, then when? Similarly with the missing EN2 features -- on one hand you're having tremendous market growth, and so you should given the ingenuity and hard slogging you folks have put into it. However, it seems you're putting much weight on the idea that some of us will wait forever b
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