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  1. My computer was recently hacked which resulted in me having a virus that took regular screenshots. When trying to find where the screenshots were going, I did a search for all png files on my Mac. There I noticed that there were tons of images generated by Evernote of the 'cards' you'd see in Card View. Even though I use always Snippet View, previews of all my notes appear in a readily accessible directory on my Mac deep within the Library. Because I had previously stored passwords in Evernote, I realize now that these screenshots contained the user/pass of every password, making the info readily available outside of the Evernote application and easily found by a spotlight search. Is there a way to prevent Evernote from creating these graphics? It seems like a major security issue for anyone who uses it to store secure info. I'd have to stop using it if there's no way to turn them off.
  2. I've had this issue for a number of updates now. If I insert a check box at the beginning of a paragraph and then hit a hard return in the same paragraph it will delete the last character in the paragraph. Each additional hard return deletes an additional character. My workaround is to hit all hard returns first, then add individual check boxes to each line. It was better in the past, where I could take a single paragraph, add a single check box, and then hit multiple hard returns to automatically add check boxes. The workaround requires repeated use of cmd+shift+T, which is an annoying key combination I can't change. I could highlight multiple paragraphs at once and add a check box to all of them at once, but it usually ends up placing many more check boxes in random places. ----- I'd appreciate some attention from Evernote to their check box functionality, as I live by the check box. Every day I copy massive email threads, paste them into Evernote, and then whittle them down into clean checklists to work from. Their functionality has gotten wonkier over time and is starting to tax my process.
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