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  1. Nope. I just tried it. Sent the whole article. Came through on the sync. ~Jeff
  2. You can use Google Reader to email operation to send the article to your EverNote email address. The desktop will pick it up from the web on your next sync. ~Jeff
  3. The Windows client? I just tried it and it worked fine. I am running the latest Windows beta (3.5.5.2566), though I'm pretty sure it's been working for some time. Just click somewhere in a note, and press Ctrl + ; and voila. Note that an Evernote client on a different platform might use a different shortcut. ~Jeff
  4. I believe that with the Windows client, the shortcut Ctrl + ; will insert the date and time. ~Jeff
  5. In other words, specify the Evernote client that you're using, and someone will probably tell you the shortcut key that does it. ~Jeff
  6. I notices that the screenshot for the Mac client looked a little more compressed than that of the Windows client. Nice. ~Jeff
  7. Fortunately, marketers don't typically program, and the engineers can keep coding along. ~Jeff
  8. Please follow the links in BurgersNFries' post (directly above yours) for more information. ~Jeff
  9. I'm pretty sure I saw the message: EVERNOTE: All your toolbar are belong to ME. ~Jeff
  10. I should have mentioned that 'tag:@*' found all of my '@'-prefixed tagged notes. ~Jeff
  11. In general, I use Chrome nowadays, and only use Firefox rarely -- it seems to bog down the machines I use it on, particularly my somewhat inderpowered home machine. The holy grail for me would be if I could get perfect bookmark syncing across Chrome and Firefox, but XMarks seems to want to replicate links (trees and all) sometimes, which is annoying to clean up. The Chrome Evernote extension is sweet, for sure. So, Chrome for now, but if Firefox 4 is better, then I'll switch back -- I can be fickle like that. ~Jeff
  12. Just wanted to share a link to a new How-to Geek article on using Evernote for Chrome that I just stumbled across: http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/20833/beginner-geek-remember-everything-you-see-online-with-evernote-for-chrome/ Nothing too new, but nice to see some good press for the Evernote gang. Congratulations! ~Jeff
  13. I see this working in 3.5.5.2491 (88745) : it found my '@' prefixed tags no problem. I might have to change the '@'s to '_', but my brain balks at that, since '_' prefixed identifiers are reserved in C++ for the implementation (i.e. verboten for developers). ~Jeff
  14. Exactly as it should be. My work here is done. ~Jeff
  15. I envision the whirring & whining of the steam turbines... clouds of smoke belching from Evernote Central... the walls creak and groan under the new strains and stresses... the sounds of whips cracking, and heads knocking together... and finally, from atop the tall central tower, a deep booming voice, laden with Doom... "I am Dave, the Great and Powerful... hear me, and fear me!" ~Jeff
  16. According to your post of 1/13/2010 in this forum, you already seemed to realize that at least one desktop client operates in the way you want, whereas the Touch client does not. Despite the fact that you never got a reply from Evernote, it's not clear to me how that makes this a topic for general discussion about Evernote (whether question or suggestion). I wouldn't worry about not having gotten Evernote feedback, they do read them all, I'm sure; they just don't answer them all, and I'd doubt it's anything related to reasonableness or validity of your issue. I'm guessing that Evernote probably has something like that capability in mind for all clients, but they're not on the same timetable for rollout -- it all depends on the usual stuff: priorities and resources. ~Jeff
  17. I'm thinking that you don't want Evernote software associated with rats. It's ripe for photoshopping the image into a rat-like countenance, too. [+1 for the clever suggestion, though] ~Jeff
  18. If this is an iTouch-specific issue, then you should probably be posting in the correct forum: http://forum.evernote.com/phpbb/viewforum.php?f=45. That being said, it will be read by Evernote staff regardless of where it's posted, but posting in the correct forum makes it easier for iTouch users to find, in case others want to comment. ~Jeff
  19. Sounds like someone's having a case of the Mondays. ~Jeff
  20. Naw, names aren't limiting; they're just names (see also Wm. Shakespeare, Gertrude Stein)... I had seen the unicorn meat issue too. Ridiculous. Up hereabouts in Maine, a few years back, there was a campaign to promote lobster as "the ultimate white meat'. Of course, the pork producers protested, and it became a federal case. *sigh* ~Jeff
  21. Can we agree not to call it Dumbo? ~Jeff (Good elephant, but unflattering name and probably registered trademark of Disney)
  22. I'm guessing that this won't be possible until Evernote gets rich text editing on the iPad: http://forum.evernote.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?f=45&t=16853&start=0&hilit=ipad+rich ~Jeff
  23. http://blog.evernote.com/2010/06/24/evernote-turns-two/ Two years in the public eye? Congratulations, and best wishes! ~Jeff
  24. But can't the boss crunch his own numbers? . . . Oh, wait... (just kidding) ~Jeff BTW, I hope that you're trying to keep some of your weekends to yourselves -- I mean, I understand the dynamic, but at this point, I like to have time for myself, too.
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