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ymatto

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  1. Still no fix for this? I've started just reflexively opening notes in a new window to avoid the obnoxious jaggies when working, which is kind of ridiculous. Really the only reason I haven't switched to something else is waiting for a break in my work demands so I have the breathing room to switch. (And also I'll miss geotagging support, but I'll give that up to not have to deal with problems like this one.)
  2. Well, one of the things I do like about Evernote is that both the native MacOS and iOS apps do locally store all content so there's recourse if the cloud goes away. It's not just a pure cloud-access service, which I would absolutely refuse to use. Still, user experience should be the bread and butter of an application like Evernote.
  3. Right, this is exactly the problem. Main view window, when displayed on a secondary monitor. Open the note into its on window – no problem. Put Evernote on the primary display – no problem. However extremely irritating since many of us do most of our work on a large second monitor, in the main Evernote view. This is really driving me crazy.
  4. I'm really not one to do the "I'm canceling my subscription for this bug!" thing, but... this is honestly really embarrassing. Evernote has been my primary brain repository for something like a dozen years but the persistence of a simple, glaring bug like this for multiple versions is making me question my reliance on the tool. My primary mode of usage of Evernote is making notes in-panel and on my desktop monitor – and the appearance of text in that mode is extremely distracting from the work I'm trying to do. This isn't some wacky edge case – this is editing text in the main view of the application. How this is allowed to persist is unfathomable.
  5. I saw a new update and was a bit excited, but not fixed in 7.7 apparently (wasn't in the release notes so I assume it wasn't intended to be fixed yet).
  6. Same issue happening here on Evernote 7.6, MacOS 10.13.6. Text is highly aliased in the preview pane on my external monitor connected to my MacBook Pro. Text looks fine when either opened in a separate editor window, or when viewed (preview or editor window) on the MacBook Pro's internal screen. Screen configuration attached.
  7. Just wanted to mention that I ran into this problem today on Mac 6.13.1. Thankfully I found this thread, and 6.13.2 Beta 1 does in fact fix the missing title issue for me (and makes the "print headers" checkbox actually do something).
  8. Sure, no problem. Here is the PDF. d960ab8aa9cbea7daed4adb324e0ec10.pdf
  9. Okay, back up and running! Here's my attempt at a controlled side-by-side comparison of strokes on the BB vs. the PDF output. I tried to cover the range of pressures that produce lines of different appearance (from barely-registered to not-getting-any-thicker), and for the fast strokes I tried to move the pen as quickly and tightly as I could to try to "fool" the digitizer. I think the results are quite good for both stroke weight and accuracy with speed -- much better than I've seen from a tablet computer. Of course there is still the big tradeoff of the BB "screen" being extremely low contrast (and of course not really a "screen" at all, so much as a writing surface you can clear). But setting that aside, the actual digitizer technology I find to be quite good. No calibration, just works the way you'd expect.
  10. I'll post an example file up here once the Evernote DDOS attack is resolved and I can actually sync notes again.
  11. Has anybody tried the handwriting feature on the Wacom Cintiq Companion Hybrid tablet? I guess I assume it should work, but it would nice to hear somebody confirm it. Having a non-proprietary (ie. Snote) pen-enabled note-taking option is something I've been waiting for before considering getting a true pen tablet.
  12. Just FYI for those reading this topic: I reported a number of bugs I was seeing in the bluetooth connection to the OS X desktop software, and a couple weeks ago they released an update that seems to have addressed everything. This doesn't necessarily carry over to the PC client I realize, but you guys on Windows may want to document and report the issues you're seeing (especially if you can give them a test path they can duplicate). They are definitely responsive.
  13. Yeah, after using the Sync daily for a little while now, you do have a point; I've run into a log of buggy behavior on the iOS and OS X apps. Although in their defense, I've found them to be very responsive to bug feedback and they seem to be trying to fix up the software rapidly. I've been emailing back and forth with the iOS developer, and they pushed out an iOS update recently which seems to have killed the bugs I was encountering with the iOS app completely making it quite solid, including with automatic Evernote export. You may want to go back and try again with the latest iOS version (if you're using that). Hopefully the desktop software will similarly get some attention shortly.
  14. Yeah, I know what you mean -- fortunately the Sync is quite a bit better in this regard, although they don't seem to be promoting the fact. Forgetting about the saving ability of the Sync, the line width on the panel of the device itself is significantly thinner (for the same amount of stylus pressure) than the old 10" board (which I also have). My guess is that since the Sync has the ability to save off nice high-precision images of notes, they decided that it would be used for more precise tasks (such as dense written notes) and so decided to bias the panel toward a thinner line, which also matches up fairly well with the line exported in the saved image from the Sync. Fortunately since I have both devices, I can show you the difference. I'm attaching photos of hand-written notes taken on both my 10" Boogie Board as well as my Sync, as well as the PDF output I got from the Sync for that note. The fatter line width on the 10" is actually kind of nice for visibility of quick notes and rough sketches (probably why they did it that way for a non-saving Boogie Board), but I think you'll agree that the Sync is plenty suitable for dense note-taking. For reference, the characters in my note are fairly small -- a bit more than 1/8" high. Hope this helps. bbsync_save.pdf
  15. Yeah, it kind looks like an e-ink display (although it's not), although reversed -- ie. the page is black and you write in white.
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