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  1. Imporved Table support especially.... Improved copy/paste support with external applicationsFINALLY!!!!!!!!!!!!!! and the people rejoiced
  2. OK I'm sorry but I've got to jump in here... megsaint you worte << I want the digital equivalent of a pen and paper. Penultimate gives me that. >> No it does not!!!! I tried too write at a snail's pace and still Penultimate inking engine skips, jumps and places my ink marks in random places. ( btw I'm using the latest Penultimate 5.0.2 build released on Dec 10, 2013) and my stylus is a Jot Script Evernote edition. As for the Palm rejection its completely horrible; after attempting to write just three sentences there are random marks all over the page. I spend more time using the undo button than using my Jot Script stylus. Finally there should be a way to adjust the auto scroll feature when scripting in Zoom view, the default is just too fast. With Noteshelf I have none of the above issues. ( see my other post "And the Winner is?" http://discussion.evernote.com/topic/48951-and-the-winner-is/) If Evernote wants to be considered a serious Notebook contender for capturing my scripts they have to vastly improve the inking capabilities of Penultimate. Their base product Evernote is probably my favorite software product ever!!! Its a shame that while they've mastered the integration between Penultimate and Evernote, Penultimate's raison d'être is where it fails to shine.
  3. Fellow Penultimate users. I've bee so disappointed with the inking capabilities of Penultimate with my new Jot Script that I was seriously considering returning the Jot Script for a refund. So I decided to try other apps.... GoodNotes, ZoomNotes and I have to say Noteshelf wins hands down for the following reasons: 1. inking is VERY fluid, and very precise. 2. Support of Jot Script calibration 3. Jot Script does not skip and jump like Penultimate. 4. Noteshelf palm rejection is far superior to Penultimate 5. Noteshelf has a built in support to export to any Evernote notebook 6. A nice variety of pens and pencils to choose from
  4. Until I started to read the user feed back on Penultimate and Jot Script I did not even know about GoodNotes. I was so frustrated with Penultimate's poor inking display that I was seriously considering returning my Jot Script for a refund. However I tired GoodNotes and its EXCELLENT!!!! GoodNotes inking is sharp, precise and very fast. The speed makes for a very fluid writing experience compared to Penultimate. Also GoodNotes Palm rejection feature is awesome compared to Penultimate. To the Penultimate team.... you guys have lot more work to do with Adonit to improve Penultimate.... its really a embarrassment for the folks at Adonit that Penultimate is such a poorly implemented product. It seems that the collaboration between the two companies was rushed through just to meet the holiday demand. Very disappointing!!!
  5. From Jot Script Tech support Dear Raymond, That's correct, the Jot Script green light goes off to save power. You know it's still connected to Penultimate, by looking in the app and seeing the connection icon and the connection status in the app settings. Adonit Support
  6. I found the solution to Evernote iOS 7's UGLY green on green UI and all its bugs. I uninstalled from my iPhone and downgraded to ver 5.4.3 Wow.... I've never been so thrilled to downgrade to an earlier version. Its one thing to be inspired by Apple's minimalist design... its another thing to poorly implement it and in doing so totally ***** up your product.
  7. I found the solution to Evernote iOS 7's UGLY green on green UI and all its bugs. I uninstalled from my iPhone and downgraded to ver 5.4.3 Wow.... I've never been so thrilled to downgrade to an earlier version.
  8. Here are my thouhts on the new Evernote for ios 7: Functional Yes….. Beautiful…. NO Its Just plain ugly!!!! How could you guys have gotten it so wrong. There is no elephant logo on the main Screen. Gone are is the nice rich emerald green of the Evernote we love, only to be replaced with a washed out green that looks like an old dollar bill or a concert ticket stub. Please consider giving the app a little color and character!!! Functional Yes…. I love the ability to quickly get to shortcuts and tags. Also the Sort Menu option inside of a particular Notebook is a huge plus. Overall good effort. But the main screen which looks like a 1980’s “DOS based menu program” [google it] needs to be changed.
  9. Looks like you guys have fixed/changed the Snippet view. Its more like the old 4.x Thumbnail view. I love it once again.
  10. Yes I understand the intent to minimize the UI so that our notes take visual prominence, but how about a little ios blue highlight like what you see when the ios Alarm clock is selected on the iphone clock app? See attached Screenshot. Evernote 5.0 is sooooo gray its depressing
  11. When switching from from one Shortcut Note that is in a certain Notebook to another Shortcut Note that is in a different Notebook; the dropdown menu item always changes to "All Notes" instead of properly reflecting the correct name of the Note current's Notebook. See attached file
  12. Background color of a Note. I have a note where I post my favorite pics from the web. It would be nice if I could change the background color of my Note to back or dark gray so that my pictures stand out more.
  13. I'll get this thread started: My Number #1 Feature request would be a Spell Check toggle button on the toolbar... right next to the usage button. Those red squiggly spell check lines drive me crazy. Sometimes I want them, other times - If I have bits of programing code in my note eg: Select Case variableXYX Case 5 Do Something End Case .... then I don't need to see them.
  14. In Microsoft Word or any other word processing application it is possible to wrap text around pictures to create a magazine type format in which the picture “flows” seamlessly with the content of the document. Is this being considered for a future version of Evernote? I think it could be one of the biggest UI enhancements to make the application a more personal tool for end users like myself
  15. In light of the Microsoft's Sidekick user data loss fiasco. How does Evernote ensure that its customer's data is reliably backed up? What steps does your company take to ensure that there is some level of data redundancy to minimize the loss of customer data due to hardware failure? Is there a way for customers to back up their own local copy of their Evernote Database?
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