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  1. Export to Evernote format (https://dev.evernote.com/doc/articles/enml.php) for starters, so it's in text. Good luck with the regex, though. Not the best tool for parsing XML...
  2. The backup advice is good. But deleting unused tags is a way different operation than repairing a database, I'd guess the former is pretty safe, but backup anyways, because we should be doing that anyways.
  3. In addition to what @gazumped and @dconnet said, a little different take is that "All Notes" is always available in the left panel, even if the left panel is minimized. And the keyboard shortcut Shift+F6 always works as well.
  4. OK, on Windows, I can right-click on an image, and get options to rotate clockwise or counterclockwise on the context menu. On Android, I long-press on the image, I get a menu that has "Annotate.." on it, select that, and I can rotate there as well. Perhaps there's something similar in the Mac/iOS world. OK, a web search on "evernote rotate images mac ios" turned up: https://help.evernote.com/hc/en-us/articles/209005057-How-to-rotate-and-resize-images-inside-a-note
  5. No phone support at the moment ( See https://help.evernote.com/hc/en-us. You can also tweet at https://twitter.com/evernotehelps?ref_src=twsrc^google|twcamp^serp|twgr^author
  6. You should be able to bring it up in an image editor, depending on which Evernote client you are using (WIndows, Mac, Android, iOS, web). Specify that, and someone whould be able to help you better.
  7. Might be a point size vs pixel size thingy. https://graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/questions/199/point-vs-pixel-what-is-the-difference
  8. I think the only way to do something this with the Evernote editor would be to use tables.
  9. Please link to comment you are referencing. Don't leave us guessing. Merging this with the longer "dark mode for Windows" request...
  10. Maybe it just means that les cuisses de grenouille, er, frog legs are back on le menu. (Thanks, High School French class!)
  11. Do you mean add / delete new rows or columns? To add a new row, go to the top of the table, and look for a little gray dot: Hover your mouse over the dot, and you should see a '+'. Click on it to add a new column. Similarly to add a new row, the gray dots are on the left edge of the table. You can also add a new row by going to the last cell (bottom/right); at the end of any text in that cell, pressing Tab will add a new row below. Deleting rows / columns: click in a cell, and you should see a little triangle at its top right: click on it, and you get a dropdown men that allows you to delete the current row or column. Select multiple cells, and you can delete the rows or columns that the selection exists in. You generally cannot delete individual cells, but you can generally select two or ore cells and merge them together. You can generally resize columns by hovering over the cell divider, where you should see a blu vertical line appear: you can drag it to the left or right to resize the column. Usually Evernote maintains a text line below a table so you can type normal text there. I find that it's difficult to remove it. I've tried all of the above in the Evernote Web v5.30.0 version...
  12. If you look and read for posts by @dcon and @dconnet (the same person, an ex-Evernote developer) in this topic, you will find out wy it is difficult to implement on native Windows applications.
  13. Is this for the Evernote Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, or Web application? If you have seen this request posted elsewhere, then best practices suggest that you add your comments to that post (and add your vote if it's in a feature request forum), rather than creating new forum topics.
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