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brianhayes

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  1. Pick your poison... Be patient... Don't expect too much... Wait an unspecified amount of time... Foibles and bugs in Evernote's editor are as old as Evernote's editor. The core engine itself may be tied to capital formation or proprietary requirements. There must be an explanation, because firms do not hold onto junk for so many years, they fix things earnestly and early, but this isn't so for the wickedly frustrating editor at the center of Evernote's user experience and customer satisfaction metrics. There is no legit explanation after so many years of fallow bugs. No excuse. No editor I can name is lousy and seldom corrected. Many many of us are as glad to use Evernote as day one, and we enjoy Evernote's growth and success, yet buggering plain text ASCII gets old, humorously shamefully old, and feeling sad about the hiccups is legitimate. Sad is a word that can't be explained away. Years go by... in sadness.
  2. As if there's a coding team looking over our shoulders, among the short list that is helping Evernote gain attention in the wide wide web is the terrific response to customer issues. Tweaking SSL sign-on pages within 24 hours is just one example. :-)
  3. It's great that Evernote's Premium service offers secure log-in. SSL security is one of my top motivations to purchase the Premium account because often the Evernote browser page is persistently open. And for me, it's not merely to protect my notes. As a rule of thumb I try to use SSL whenever offered as part of best-practice hygiene on the net. To ping through a dedicated pipe makes it a lot tougher for sniffer malware to pounce on a system, both my system .and. Evernote's. But the log-in pages 'default' to Evernote's insecure http:// pages although I can easily add the extra .s. to get to Evernote's SSL pages for secure sign-on. And I've looked for a sign-on page that will loop sign-off and sign-on using https://, but all default sign-on pages seem to point only to http://.... Maybe this SSL issue can be put on the midnight to-do list?? Thanks, Brian
  4. I shouldn't butt in. I came to the forum to look for security features when I read this thread, and I'm voting for the Evernote Team on this one. Scrambling a huge file is one thing. Scrambling across Enterprise proxy & firewall is another. Offering it for 50 dollars a year with a 24 turn-around makes me laugh. Can I take these suitcases to your room, sir? Geesh.
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