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  1. Ah cool. I guess it's Chrome on ChromeOS that's still having the problem then.
  2. Well - not so good news. As of today it's gone back to the old behaviour. Without release notes it's difficult to know what happened.
  3. This is now fixed and working! Editing text notes is no longer painful! Thank you Evernote team. I also hope you get your communication sorted out, e.g. publishing release notes to let us know stuff like this.
  4. I use the web editor every day and I still can't delete a word with Ctrl-Backspace (although I can when editing a title). Look forward to seeing this fixed!
  5. > Hi @PeEllAvaj - we put a fix in for this a while ago. Hmm, I don't see it mentioned in the Web Release Notes. Was the fix tested on Chrome? That's 72% of your users. http://www.w3schools.com/browsers/browsers_stats.asp Thanks.
  6. a1r

    Web Client Release Notes 07/07/2016

    Thanks for code block feature! Love it.
  7. Fascinating fact - if you're editing the note's Title (green text), Ctrl-Backspace works! It's only in the note body that it doesn't. So seems like an oversight. Thanks.
  8. Chrome, latest (51.0.2704.106). Reproduced on Ubuntu 16 and also on ChromeOS.
  9. People like me who use keyboards a lot are accustomed to Ctrl-Backspace, 'Delete whole word'. It works in this forum's text editor, for example. New Beta web editor doesn't have it - Ctrl is ignored and you just get a Backspace. Support keyboard users! : ) Thanks.