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Messinger

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  1. What is with the huge blank space at the bottom of many of the notes I create in Windows Evernote, then share as a link? Look at this shared note: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s1/sh/25fd1514-e3d5-4f28-b45f-6fa8387bb19e/c23a7a4c112445dab49cf2e4980b896e How come most of the note is a few feet of blank space, after the actual content ends. I don't see those blank lines, either in the WIndows Evernote client or in the Web Evernote client. Thanks for any thoughts as to what's causing these lines and how to avoid them creeping in on notes I choose to share.
  2. I know, I know; this topic has been seen before. But Evernote's sharing URLs are too long. They are often, often broken, in transit, when sent by email. And shortening them with goo.gl doesn't work. Almost 100% of the time, recipients of my Evernote sharing links, shortened by goo.gl, receive from Google the message "this goo.gl shortlink has been disabled. It was found to be violating our Terms of Service. Click here and here for more information about our terms and policies respectively." So, all sorts of clients are seeing this message, instead of how great Evernote is. The remaining time on my premium subscription is just long enough for me to assess Onenote.
  3. Yes, Evernote should provide a URL shortener. Recipients of a shared note from me, shortened with goo.gl, received a surprising error message, from Google. Basically, Google said it was a violation of one of its policies, for the URL shortener to have been used. Strange, These were meeting notes I made, containing nothing surprising and certainly nothing along the lines of protected content, trademarked or copyright, etc. It was mildly embarrassing, to me. And probably none of those recipients will be falling over themselves to give Evernote a try.
  4. Yes, Evernote should provide a URL shortener. Recipients of a shared note from me, shortened with goo.gl, received a surprising error message, from Google. Basically, Google said it was a violation of one of its policies, for the URL shortener to have been used. Strange, These were meeting notes I made, containing nothing surprising and certainly nothing along the lines of protected content, trademarked or copyright, etc. It was mildly embarrassing, to me. And probably none of those recipients will be falling over themselves to give Evernote a try.
  5. I start to enter my search string. Within the first half-dozen characters I type, Evernote for Windows practically grinds to a halt. But I haven't got my entire search string entered, yet. So, give me the ability to enter my entire search string, then click a "search" button, before Evernote starts searching. Apologies if this feature request has already been made. It seems pretty unlikely, to me, that this isn't a commonly-experienced little problem.
  6. Wow. I either put up with a popup that actually obstructs the screen into which I am actually entering notes, or I lose the feature altogether. I'm thankful, then, that the pop-up doesn't cover my entire screen, rather than just where my cursor is, whenever I have a note long enough to fill my entire screen. The solution is simple: Get rid of the popup. If I want to see the messages found by context, I can click on the tool that opens the pane displaying that related context content. Done.
  7. Does disabling the checkbox at Tools | Options | Context | Show Context disable only the popup? Or, by disabling that checkbox have I disabled Evernote's context feature, altogether? You can probably see where I'm going here. I like the context feature. I do not like the popup which intermittently and repeatedly reminds me of the context feature. Thanks.
  8. I'm definitely experiencing this problem with Evernote for Windows. Man, this thing is a pain. It's frequently popping up, obscuring where I'm entering notes on the lower right corner of the screen. It pops up intermittently, sometimes more than once a minute.
  9. Yes, I'm seeing the same problem. I'm able to access my notebooks, from a business client's work site (where I am obliged to use IE 9 and cannot install the Evernote Windows application). But all my PDF attachments are inaccessible, from Evernote's web client. I click on the icon for the PDF attachment and Evernote only displays its formatting bar. I see, if instead I choose to share by email the note (the note which contains the PDF files), the note that is received includes the PDF documents as email attachments.
  10. Yup, version 4.5.10.7472 (Evernote for Windows) seems to have fixed the problem I was experiencing.
  11. Yep. Restore back to 4.5.9.7404 (267915) Prerelease got me back to where I no longer get this error message. Now to ignore Evernote's pleas to automatically update, until the mother ship fixes this problem.
  12. Same problem here. Evernote for Windows 4.5.9.7465 consistently produces the error message "An error occured while processing clipped data (conversion failed)." when I clip from Outlook 2010. I haven't tested this with other applications; if Evernote doesn't clip from Outlook, it's of diminishing use to me. Unfortunately, this version is the publicly-available version. Hopefully I can restore to a prior version. Otherwise, I cannot use Evernote until this problem is fixed. Windows 7 Home Premium.
  13. At which point Evernote (which does not yet have a WP7 app) will begin to ignore all those users, too, I suppose.
  14. Installation just fine, on Nokia N8. I can log in and view a list of my existing notes. I repeatedly have to log in to my Evernote account (it seems to time out within moments). I cannot sync anything. No new text notes, no new snapshot. "Upload fails" is the message I get, although it does look as though the app is trying to sync; it reads there are pending notes and periodically attempts to upload them, only to fail repeatedly. I was never able to see if I could actually retrieve an existing note. Whenever I tried, I was confronted with the login screen again. Hopefully, Evernote will continue to develop some solution for Symbian users.
  15. That's unfortunate. IMAP was a great solution, for Symbian users. Honestly, if Evernote would support the Symbian OS, I'd buy a premium account.
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