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  1. Of course, I haven't heard anything yet. As a programmer, I made a small effort (shown above) to find a workaround or a way to reformat text for printing, but i'm pretty much cutting and pasting into Word. I suppose I could get a reference to the note and dig into the database and render out what's there in a different program. Maybe do a pandoc or openxml conversion into Word or another form. But that starts to get very time consuming and with a new baby coming, I have to stick primarily to money-making efforts!!
  2. I'd hope that changes over time as the paid service becomes more and more popular. Not being able to collect and print notes puts me into using alternatives in conjunction with Evernote. And ultimately, if one of them becomes viable and handles a function properly, to switch. My thought is - why put a feature out there that doesn't function properly - and clearly printing does not? And why not at least address the issue? "At this time, Evernote will not be prioritizing this issue because the print functions are deeply embedded. blah blah"
  3. Cross posting here because it identifies a trouble ticket Using Evernote 4.6.5.8200 (268708), but this has persisted for two years on all versions. System: Windows 7 SP1 32-bit Printers: FinePrint, PDF (Xchange, foxit), Brother laser, any printer After a lot of experimenting with the note text in the attr table of the Evernote main database on my PC (Win 7 32bit), I've confirmed by creating a new note and underlining text that any sort of printing causes the underlined text to be printed as though it were strikethrough. I've tried PDF printer drivers, multiple PC's, multiple OS's (XP, Vista, Win 7 32, Win 7 64) Based on the analysis I did, I have to conclude it's a print rendering issue in Evernote and how it renders <u> and text-decoration:underline elements. Analysis: I opened up the note xml and saw the underline formatted as <u>text to be underlined</u> I duplicated that line of text and did a <span style='text-decoration:underline'>text to be underlined</span> Opening the note in Evernote showed underline on both lines of text; printing showed the strikethrough on both. For fun, I tried entering a <style>U {text-decoration:none;color:#cc0000;}</style> tag just below the <en-note> element. Opening the note showed the text that was underlined with a <U> tag with no underline, and red text, which printed as red text. However, saving that note removed the <style></style> tags. I was hoping to be able to iterate the database and add those <style> tags in each note. The only way I see now to make it print without the strikethrough is to go through the database and search out <U> tags and add a <span style='[alternate style definition'>text to underline</span> wrap to redefine underline to show something else, like bolding. There is no way to make it underline properly with Evernote when printing I've tried PDF printer drivers, multiple PC's, multiple OS's (XP, Vista, Win 7 32, Win 7 64) So I have to conclude it's a print rendering issue in Evernote and how it renders <u> and text-decoration:underline elements. My note's XML, for reference: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><!DOCTYPE en-note SYSTEM "http://xml.evernote.com/pub/enml2.dtd"><en-note style="word-wrap: break-word; -webkit-nbsp-mode: space; -webkit-line-break: after-white-space;"><style>U {text-decoration:none;font-weight:bold;}</style>Rob Note Text 2013-04-18<div><u>This is underlined text</u><br/></div><div><span style='text-decoration:underline'>This is underlined text css span</span></div><div><br/></div><div><p style='text-decoration:underline'>This is underlined text css p</p></div><div><br/></div><div style='text-decoration:underline'>This is underlined text css div</div><div><br/></div><div><p class='ulfix'>This is underlined text css p with class</p></div><div><br/></div><div><b>This is bold text</b></div><div><br/></div></en-note>
  4. After a lot of experimenting with the note text in the attr table of the Evernote main database on my PC (Win 7 32bit), I've confirmed by creating a new note and underlining text that any sort of printing causes the underlined text to be printed as though it were strikethrough. I opened up the note xml and saw the underline formatted as <u>text to be underlined</u> I duplicated that line of text and did a <span style='text-decoration:underline'>text to be underlined</span> Opening the note in Evernote showed underline on both lines of text; printing showed the strikethrough on both. For fun, I tried entering a <style>U {text-decoration:none;color:#cc0000;}</style> tag just below the <en-note> element. Opening the note showed the text that was underlined with a <U> tag with no underline, and red text, which printed as red text. However, saving that note removed the <style></style> tags. I was hoping to be able to iterate the database and add those <style> tags in each note. The only way I see now to make it print without the strikethrough is to go through the database and search out <U> tags and add a <span style='[alternate style definition'>text to underline</span> wrap to redefine underline to show something else, like bolding. There is no way to make it underline properly with Evernote when printing I've tried PDF printer drivers, multiple PC's, multiple OS's (XP, Vista, Win 7 32, Win 7 64) So I have to conclude it's a print rendering issue in Evernote and how it renders <u> and text-decoration:underline elements. My note's XML, for reference: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><!DOCTYPE en-note SYSTEM "http://xml.evernote.com/pub/enml2.dtd"><en-note style="word-wrap: break-word; -webkit-nbsp-mode: space; -webkit-line-break: after-white-space;"><style>U {text-decoration:none;font-weight:bold;}</style>Rob Note Text 2013-04-18<div><u>This is underlined text</u><br/></div><div><span style='text-decoration:underline'>This is underlined text css span</span></div><div><br/></div><div><p style='text-decoration:underline'>This is underlined text css p</p></div><div><br/></div><div style='text-decoration:underline'>This is underlined text css div</div><div><br/></div><div><p class='ulfix'>This is underlined text css p with class</p></div><div><br/></div><div><b>This is bold text</b></div><div><br/></div></en-note>
  5. Really? No hits on this? This has been a problem for some time now! I haven't been able to fix this and have been using something besides Evernote because I absolutely need to print what I've saved. Jesus Christ.
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