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Everything posted by jefito

  1. Nope; essentially the software is free to use, including sync'ing, image OCR, and all the rest. If you want more capabilities and capacity, you can pay for the Premium edition. By the way, if you need to migrate from version 2, there's a forum for that: http://forum.evernote.com/phpbb/viewforum.php?f=42. I've never done it myself, but there are folks here who can probably help.
  2. Nope, it's just an old version. Very old. And any problems with it will not be fixed, as it's not under active development any more. If you're interested in the latest version, you can get it here: http://www.evernote.com/about/download/, but I believe it's a struggle to move your old notes into the new version, so it may not be worth it to you.
  3. Are you using the Evernote for Windows version 4? In my experience, the notes list auto-sorts itself. If you have the list sorted the way that you prefer (say, creation date, newest to oldest), a new note should appear at the top of the list.
  4. The Mac, Windows and various mobile clients can differ as to capabilities, and ways to accomplish certain tasks. That's why I asked about which client you were using. As metrodon said, there are no differences in formatting capabilities between the free and premium versions. The list of Evernote for Mac hotkeys is here: https://www.evernote.com/about/kb/article/mac-osx-keyboard-shortcuts?lang=en. Shift + Command + U to Toggle bulleting. As far as I know, there are no format styles supported by Evernote (there are none in the Windows client), at least at this time, so headings need to be done by hand: pick font face, since, boldness, etc.
  5. ZOMG! This program is using 100% CPU!1! Think of the puppies!!11!!1!1!eleven
  6. Depends on the Evernote client. In Windows, it's Ctrl + ;. You should generally try to post in the forum that's specific to your OS platform.
  7. A CPU at 100% is not in and of itself necessarily a problem, so long as the rest of your system remains responsive. If the program is performing a computationally intensive algorithm, but yields to other processes, then there should be no problem. If your system *does* lose responsiveness, then that's when you should worry.
  8. Which client are you referring to -- this is the general discussion forum; there are forums dedicated to the specific clients which may be more useful to post in. In the Windows client, just create a new note. It will appear in whatever place in the note list is appropriate for the sorting that you're using. If you're sorting by Created date, it should appear at the top of the list; you don't actually need to 'put' it anywhere.
  9. About all you can do to find recent posts is to use the 'created:' or 'updated:' search operators, possibly in conjunction with tag or other search items. For example, To find the notes that were created in the last week, you would use 'created:day-7' in your search. Depending on the client, you can also sort a note list by Created or Updated date (definitely in the Windows client). This is made easier in some cases (again, at least in the Windows client) by using the Attributes pane, where you can multi-select criteria for inclusion (e.g. Last Modified / Since / Last Month and Before / This Week).
  10. This already appears on the right-click menu when clicking on a note in one of the note list views.
  11. You're right -- the last bit of my comment -- the 'quest for delight' part -- was unnecessary' and I apologize for that. The rest was prety straightforward, factual and sincere, including the part of wishing you good luck; in this case, in finding a solution. I'd prefer of course that Evernote work on Lion as-is; perhaps a subsequent update will make it so. Again, good luck.
  12. Seems a perfectly reasonable response. The recommendation is to uninstall the beta Lion, and wait until the official release, which was already suggested in the thread, as you already know. Or you can access your valuable notes via the web interface. Regardless, good luck with your quest for delight.
  13. You should be able to copy the text and paste it into a post here.
  14. As best as I can tell, a premium subscription gives you more features, more capacity and better support, but it doesn't promise that Evernote software designed for one operating system will work on future, unreleased versions. And I'll bet if you look at the fine print for Lion, you'll probably find that they don't promise that software designed for earlier versions of OS/X will work on Lion, either. In any case, file a support ticket -- it's what you're paying for.
  15. It's always a good time to check out alternatives to any software you use. But what does that have to do with Evernote's policy of not supporting unreleased operating systems?
  16. There is no magic thread; this is the way that it is. The tag tree is an organizational structure and does not imply subclassing, an inheritance hierarchy, or what-have-you. It's evidently a deliberate choice, with no announced plans to change it. Some folks can't cope with it, and others it doesn't bother. The topic's been discussed at great length elsewhere -- feel free to search the forums -- but for now, that's how it works.
  17. You can do this with Google Chrome: http://blog.evernote.com/2010/02/17/searching-through-evernote-with-google-chrome/. I'm not sure how to make this work in other browsers.
  18. You should be able to add pictures to existing notes. Note linking isn't supported by the software itself, but you can embed a unique identifying string in a note, and use that to identify that note in another note -- you'd find the original note using search on that identifier.
  19. I'm not sure how well Evernote functions as mind-mapping software. That's not its primary goal. There's no inherent none-linking ability (though you can somewhat simulate it). That being said, it shouldn't be difficult to organize your wedding related notes using a separate notebook, or a 'Wedding' tag.
  20. This is the official forum, and Evernote staff read every post, so you can consider your post to be a feature request (by the way, you're not really nesting a notebook inside another notebook; instead you're creating a stack and storing a notebook inside it). Note that it's been requested by others a number of times (search the forum for, say, 'subfolder', 'subnotebook', 'nested folders" or similar terms), and for the foreseeable future you probably won't be seeing nested notebooks or multilevel stacks.
  21. You didn't mention which client you are using, but on the Windows client, you can type Ctrl + Shift + C to insert a checkbox. You can see other Evernote shortcuts in the Knowledge Base https://www.evernote.com/about/kb/article/windows-keyboard-shortcuts?lang=en.
  22. This is a Knowledge Base topic: https://www.evernote.com/about/kb/article/email-to-evernote?lang=en. Other than that, yes, there is a lot of information available in various places; the blog and here in the user forum.
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