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  1. A feature I heart on the Windows version of Evernote is: I paste a note, and the first text line of that note automatically becomes the subject line (instead of reading "Untitled Note"). I've become so accustomed to this, so on the Mac version, when I noticed it wasn't doing this — it was rather jarring! Are there plans to add it, or am I overlooking something? Let me know what the proper way to refer to this is, too, because more apps should have it.
  2. I had an unpleasant discovery recently when I pasted some raw HTML (Flash embed code, among other things) into Evernote (using it like a web pastebin) and came back later, only to see sync errors and that the notes had been destroyed with stuff highlighted in red like "error on line 1 at column 350: Failed to parse QName 'http:". I was hoping to use Evernote as a unified solution for my reusable HTML code clippings, but don't understand why it does this — is there a workaround or way to tell Evernote to leave pasted HTML code as is? Here's an example, try pasting this into a note, clicking on another note, and clicking back on the first note: [url="http://music.torley.com/album/dream-journal-2"]100 - Xyclones by Torley[/url] It ends up looking like this:
  3. THANK YOU baumgarr, this is very helpful for my understanding. Later, I found http://www.evernote.com/pub/ensupport/f ... 4e553addbc
  4. Friendly greetings! I've been pondering going Premium but in the meantime, I'm on a free account. Recently, I accidentally dragged several large images onto Evernote. It synced them and then I deleted the images, but it didn't remove the quota space they took up. It looks like on viewtopic.php?f=30&t=11129&start=0&hilit=delete+notes+free that deleting notes doesn't free up space, is that still the case? I'd like to understand the expected behavior. Thanks in advance.
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