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jefito

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  1. 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...
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. I'm assuming that you are referring to moving notes into a particular notebook? Please specify which Evernote client you are using (Windows, Mac, Android, iOS, Web).
  5. Please change your forum post title to better reflect the nature of your request. "Transition to iPad?" doesn't really mean much to someone scanning titles. Thank you.
  6. Except for the fact that the native Windows application is miles more functional than the web application...
  7. Dunno -- how many of them have access to the Evernote code base and are capable of developing this feature so that it works across all of Evernote's applications and its back end, or are involved with actual Evernote decision making? You are either not being serious or not actually knowledgeable about software development.Or both. The story remains the same as it's always been: it would certainly be a useful feature to have (and I've upvoted it), but if it's a critical feature for you to have, then you should explore other options. And they do, but they're doing something else right now. I'd suggest that you check out any and all of the CEO's posts to find out why new features might not be a big priority at this time. I'd start here: https://discussion.evernote.com/forum/306-behind-the-scenes-series/ I'm not even sure what that even means; sounds like technobabble gobbledegook to me. References?
  8. OMG, the sky is falling!!
  9. I sometimes paste code into a note, but it's not a heavy duty use case for me. It's more often debug dumps, variable/object dumps, stack traces, etc., that sort of thing. Occasionally I'll save code snippets of algorithms. But if I want to work with code, I generally do it in a code editor.
  10. This has been a feature of the Windows Evernote application, among others, for some time. See https://help.evernote.com/hc/en-us/articles/360001758468-How-to-use-auto-formatting
  11. You'll have to be more specific about what you mean by "I cant get my tags working." For example, are you adding, removing tags? Trying to filter using tags? Browsing the tag list in the left panel? Browsing the tag panel? Don't make people trying to help you guess... I see this working in the Windows application Make sure you don't mean the web version that runs in your web browser -- you cannot export notes or notebooks from the web browser. You can try getting official Evernote help via https://twitter.com/evernotehelps
  12. Tags look like they always do if you keep your tag tree closed (which I do, because I don't really care all that much about hierarchies). Of course, my two accounts have only one user, so tagging is pretty consistent where tags overlap -- otherwise, each of my personal and work accounts certainly do have categories of tags only used in one account but not the other. But to the poster's point: in the Windows client at least, you can move notes from a shared account to a local account. You'll lose note history and shared note links (as far as I can understand it), but you lose those plus any tag hierarchy doing the export / import hula dance as well.
  13. Images from where? I can can drag them from a web page or from File Explorer just fine. Or are you still doing it from Outlook?
  14. Sounds like you have a good set of test cases, anyways. Not sure if it's a case of corruption or the Android editor not understanding a particular format convention used in the Windows client (or possibly vice-versa). The format must be validated against the Evernote DTD when transferring around the Evernote world, as far as I know (otherwise they couldn't be displayed), so they may be valid Evernote notes, but that doesn't mean that the various clients understand them in the same way. At a guess, that's the thrust of the current Evernote efforts to get every client on the same footing. . Anyways, you should be able to check formatting for the different cases by exporting them to .enex format on your Windows device and doing some spelunking to see what might be different among the cases. Hopefully they're short notes...
  15. Doesn't need to be a portable device. If you export your notes on a notebook-by-notebook basis, you can preserve your notebooks (though you'll need to rename them, unless you use ENScript, which has an option to import into a named notebook).In Windows, you can automate this: https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/53536-how-to-backing-up-evernote-using-powershell/, probably on Mac as well As far as i Know, you'll also need to re-create note links as well.
  16. ...or getting someone to move this post to the appropriate forum, like me!
  17. Seems mostly pretty easy to select images in my browser, and do the normal web clip thing, though sometimes markup makes it difficult. But hey, this was suggested as a workaround, I don't have any say over what features Evernote adds to its software.
  18. Workaround: select the image that you're interested in, and invoke the standard web clipper, choose Clip Format = Selection (should be set to that by default), and then you can select the desired notebook, add tags, etc.
  19. The new model for Evernote editor uses a simplified font selection, sort of like you see in this forum, GMail, etc. I think it will honor fonts that aren't in the list on display, but you can't pick these fonts from the list. ALso, I think tat you'll find that the font sizes don't match either; that may be a points vs pixels thingy.
  20. .mp3 and .wav files appear to be working on Windows Chrome (Version 80.0.3987.149 (Official Build) (64-bit)), in the beta editor (Evernote Web v5.30.0). So possibly a OSX thing?
  21. Well, there was this: So I think that the intention is there, but it's not going to be for a while...
  22. Not easily, no. You can: Open it up in an image editor to get the actual pixel dimensions of the source image Then export the note it's in to Evernote format (.enex), and find the <en-media ...> element that references the image, and look for its width="nn" tag. The ratio between the ENML "width" tag value over the image pixel width gives you the zoom amount, and from there you can compute the zoomed image height. At least, I think that the above should work, but kind of a pain to do with any frequency. I'm struggling to figure out a reason why the zoomed pixel size would be all that useful. I generally just aim for "looks ok to me"...
  23. What version of the Windows client are you using?
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