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jumpfroggy

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  1. I've noticed a strange bug lately. When I type a long note, I get a scrollbar. If I hit the "enter" key, the cursor keeps going down but the window doesn't scroll. Soon my cursor is no longer visible, being below the visible portion. If I type anything else (space, letters), or even use the cursor keys (up/down/etc), the window jumps to the bottom so I can see the cursor. It just doesn't work when hitting enter. Makes it a little hard to type, since I can't see where I'm at until I press something else.
  2. I'm having this problem on Evernote Desktop Windows, v5.8.3.6507. In everything else, mouse wheel up/down is about 2.5 to 3 lines (press "down" key on keyboard 2-3 times). In evernote, it's about 13 lines. Quite a jump. It'd be very nice if evernote treated mouse wheel scrolls like other apps on windows. I'll file a support request as well.
  3. Jefito - true, I've read the other posts and it's a bit of a run around. Looks like the behavior is understood (tab vs. control+m, text vs. lists, etc). I just wish it were a little more consistent, especially since I use tabs a lot to organize my docs. > In addition, I find that with multiple lines selected, tab will indent the lines and Stift+Tab will outdent them. I just noticed that, that's good at least. > All of this may change if/when the Windows client adopts the common editor that they've hinted at (It's in the Mac client currently). I really hope they do unify the editor, it would be really nice to have consistency on this. I wrote up a quick autohotkey for this, works for me (minus the copy/paste, which nothing really works for right now): ; ------------------------------------------------------------------------------; Evernote - indent with tab/shift-tab#IfWinActive ahk_class ENSingleNoteViewTab::Send, ^m+Tab::Send, ^+m#IfWinActiveThen you can use tab/shift+tab in the single-note view to get indent/unindent. No need to use control+m for anything. Slightly easier for me.
  4. I just started using Evernote again after a long absence. I'd really love to be able to indent/unindent in evernote like I do in other programs. My feature request: If text is selected, or the cursor is at the start of a line, the [tab] key indents the current line. [shift+tab] unindents the line.If multiple lines are selected, [tab] indents all lines, and [shift+tab] unindents them. This would add/remove an indent, so they might still have different indents, just one more than before.If cursor is in the middle of a line of text, the existing "add 5 spaces" is fine.If cursor is at the start of a line & user hits backspace, that unindents (if there is any indent), or does a normal backspace (if the line is not indented at all).If line is indentAlso, one more thing: When I have indented text & copy/paste them into another program, it removes all indents. I'd expect a plain-text paste of the content to use tab chars whereever text is indented, but it looks like that formatting is lost. This makes it *really* hard to use the current indent functionality in Evernote. Thanks!
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