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  1. Find & Replace within a note (Mac version) is really needed. The current 'Search' feature isn't really helpful, because with CMD-G, the found text is highlighted but not selected. The text cursor remains at the original position. Also you cannot see very well which piece of text is actually found, because the highlight-border looks the same on all selected texts. All-in-all does it look like a programmer started this, but never finished it.
  2. Come on Evernote, don't yawn and moan about a huge todo list, just add highlight colors. Then you'll have one item less from your huge todo-list.
  3. F&R would be handy, yes. But what disturbs me the most is that when doing an in-note find, the text is selected but not made current. So you can't do Find Next / Paste as a F&R alternative. The text cursor remains where it was and when you paste text, it's therefore inserted at the wrong position. The excuse is of course that it 'has to do with finding text in PDFs and images' but ... I am a IT guy and I know that they know if the current found/selected text is inside an attachment or not. So to simply add a few lines of extra code to really select the text with a Find(Next), shouldn't be that much of a problem.
  4. Ah, I already wondered too! Didn't try CTRL+ENTER. A bit strange combination, I find.
  5. Yes, I need anchors. I even want them to jump from one note to a specific section in another note. And please, open links in new windows or tabs!
  6. Ok, ok, I meant 'only the notes I had open previously' ... ;-)
  7. Well, that's an assumption. I have Evernote running on 5 devices and use it differently on all 5 and it is not said the notes I have open are all being updated. So, I'll use a smart tag anyhow, whether the 'please save the state of all open windows | add tabbed-windows like web browsers'-requests will be honoured or not.
  8. Ah, that's a good one ... I already have a lot of custom searches based on tags with which I quickly find all open activities for a project. I have these in the 'Saved searches' section of the drop-down menu when you click in the 'search'-input field in the toolbar. Yeah, I'll take this and create new search with tags like 'Open', 'Projects' '!Current' or so. Thanks for the wake-up :-)
  9. Tabs as in web browsers (not like in notebooks like MS or CircusPonies) are only partly ok. Only when one also can have a vertical or horizontal split view (like in Sublime Text 2 and 3) and have two different notes next to each other. That is, for example, why I use Fluid (fluidapp.com) which has two browsa' panels left and right of the main web page - I see 3 sites in one window vertically side-by-side. Currently, with each note in its own window, I use Divvy (mizage.com) to organize the note windows across my 27-inch iMac screen. This is very handy because tasks often have an impact on parallel activities and when I see the notes of these activities next to each-other, I can update each one very quick whenever a task is done and at the same time still have an overview on both activities.
  10. On the Mac, that option is unavailable. Also not available in 'Customize toolbar...'. These notes are the same ones for maybe a day or a week or two weeks, but never all 7. Might be just 3 or 5 or...
  11. The shortcut section is a good idea - it's a section I simply always overlook because it's at the top of the sidebar and that top is always off the screen because I have so many stacks with so many notebooks visible all the time. Thanks for the hint!
  12. Hello, I have often a 6 or 7 notes opened in their own window. This makes working on multiple projects very easy for me. But alas does Evernote not remember these opened windows when I have to quit it. Quitting Evernote can have several reasons: update via Mac AppStore, mac restart, log out/in, crash. I think that it cannot be much work to implement this feature into the Evernote desktop clients. See it as reopening tabs like web browsers do after a restart. It is very annoying having to lookup the notes through 100s of them and reopen only these 7 notes as separate windows again, after a restart of Evernote. When can you have this ready? - - Thanks! Marc Vos
  13. Hello, I upgraded to Mountain Lion and in the console I see the following message: 29-07-2012 11:34:13,608 mdworker32[902]: Attempt to add read-only file at path file://localhost/Users/marcvos/Library/Application%20Support/Evernote/accounts/Evernote/macvos/Evernote.sql read/write. Adding it read-only instead. This will be a hard error in the future; you must specify the NSReadOnlyPersistentStoreOption. and there are many - especially when Evernote starts. What can I do? Change some folder permissions?
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