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  1. So, I couldn't post a public link to the complete PDF, since it contains about six months of personal information. But I figured I could make a PDF of just the page I used in the screenshot and post a public link to that. Then: I opened the PDF in Preview on my MacBook, pulled that page out into its own document, and put that in a new note — but before posting a link here, I noticed it didn't have the same problem when viewed on my iPhone, even though the original still did. I then made a copy of the original PDF on my MacBook, renamed it on my desktop (from Field Notes - 10-13-17
  2. Yes — both of those screenshots are from the same page in the same PDF, one taken from the Evernote app on my MacBook, where everything I wrote is visible, and the other taken from the Evernote app on my iPhone, where some (but not all) of the handwritten notes I put a line through have been redacted. (I'm pretty sure redacted is the right word — if you look closely, you can see where it's obscured what I've written with yellow that's meant to closely match the background.) Even within the iOS app, when I tap the Annotate button and look at that page of handwriting, what I see matches wh
  3. I've been using Evernote for years, but I've encountered something I'd never seen before. I routinely keep handwritten notes in a pocket notebook or steno pad and scan them into Evernote for safekeeping and search. Today I scanned my pocket notebook, dropped the PDF into the Evernote app on my MacBook, but when I checked it in the app on my phone I saw some of the text had been removed. I've attached two screenshots, one taken from a page from the original note in the Evernote app on my MacBook, where everything still looks fine, and the other of the same page as it appears when I call up
  4. I've been using Evernote for years, but I've encountered something I'd never seen before. I routinely keep handwritten notes in a pocket notebook or steno pad and scan them into Evernote for safekeeping and search. Today I scanned my pocket notebook, dropped the PDF into the Evernote app on my MacBook, but when I checked it in the app on my phone I saw some of the text had been removed. I've attached two screenshots, one taken from a page from the original note in the Evernote app on my MacBook, where everything still looks fine, and the other of the same page as it appears when I call up
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