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  1. I'd just like to say that this lack is only more annoying every year. Android Evernote also doesn't work with Android's standard sharing interface at all, which is the way most apps access printing. Seems like Evernote for Android has basically stopped development in any meaningful way.
  2. Now that EN works pretty well on Chromebooks, this is an embarrassing omission...
  3. In the new web client, if I have text formatted as, say, 14 point font size, the web client renders it as 14px (pixels) instead of 14pt (point-size). This results in text that is substantially smaller than it ought to be.
  4. Add printing support to the Android client. Android now has a very solid printing system, including both network printers and Google Cloud Print. This has been brought up a few times, but hey, why not resurrect this feature, now that the rebrand is finished?
  5. When I use the web interface or Mac version, my edits are saved while I type. On Android, I have to leave edit mode in order to save changes. Not such a big deal on a phone where I'm not doing a lot of input, but now that I'm using it more on a Chromebook, I really miss that feature.
  6. I can't comment on specifics of the company's financial state, but I have confidently put thousands of notes into Evernote and continue to do so, because: Evernote exports to HTML Evernote exports to well-documented XML (ENEX) Evernote for Mac can be scripted client-side to move data out And all of this is supported on the desktop, no need for the servers to be running at all. With the servers up and running, there are even more options.... In other words, whatever happens to Evernote eventually, I know I can get my data out and do something useful with it (even if it's just saving a bunch of HTML into a folder on my Google Drive or something). On top of that, I have 99% confidence that the company would give us a chance to get data out before shuttering their doors. And, hey, I'm prepaid through 2021 or something... here's hoping I don't lose that prepayment! (Yeah, went nuts before the price hike buying gift certificates!)
  7. The android app. I have to bounce between mobile and web since mobile can't print, web is much less full featured than mobile but web editing interface is otherwise superior on a Chromebook.
  8. Using EN on a Chromebook, I need to use my fingers to scroll. Would be nice to have scrolling support on the track pad or mouse. Better mouse support in general would be great, too. (it's a little flakey)
  9. This is an absurd omission. Yes, probably more than a line of code, but sort of a critical feature.
  10. Evernote for web, inexplicably, cannot copy notes. Small feature that makes EN a lot less useful on a Chromebook if a person wants to take advantage of the "templates" that keep showing up on the Evernote blog.
  11. Just call Evernote more specifically by putting your Tell to: tell application "Evernote.app"(* Your code here *)end tell
  12. Dang. After seeing the trial dialog, I went ahead and bought OfficeSuite even though I'm a premium subscriber. So it goes.
  13. If you use the referenced script, you can just change the final shell command to: set plain_Text to do shell script "echo " & quoted form of the_HTML & space & "textutil -format html -convert txt -stdin -output '/Users/yourname/Desktop/output.txt'" Adjust the path at the end to wherever you want the file to be saved.
  14. I don't have code that will be especially useful, but using the email forward and then waiting for a sync is superfluous. You're better off just grabbing the email's content directly and creating a note. Then you can add all the other info yourself.
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