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  1. I have the same issue. I've found that unchecking "Automatically check for updates" works for me as a workaround.
  2. This problem, so far as I can see, has been fixed in version (307551) Prerelease. You can get it if you check "Enable beta features and updates" in the General section of the Tools --> Options menu. I'm using this version on my desktop and my work laptop, and I'm no longer experience this issue.
  3. Also, if one uninstalls Evernote completely, how do you preserve local notebooks??
  4. Question on this: Is it possible just to reinstall the older version over my current version (6.13 beta), or do I have to uninstall, resync, etc.? Thanks!
  5. I currently have 6.13 Beta. Yes. After selecting the note on the left, I have to double click in the actual note on the right to begin editing. If I just single click and start typing, the cursor just disappears or, in a larger note, jumps around. Even more irritatingly, when I do double click next to a word, the result is that that word gets selected, and then it requires an additional step to get that word de-selected before I can start editing. This has been happening now for three months or so, through a couple of public versions. I've recently switched to beta versions, in hopes it might get fixed. Sadly, it's not. Note: This behavior is the same on my home desktop and my work laptop. The laptop is Windows 10 Enterprise. Thanks for any help you can provide. PS: This seems to be the same issue discussed in this thread:
  6. Yes, I'm having the same issue. I have to double click in the note to edit. What's going on? This is extremely annoying!
  7. After using Evernote for years, I have found that something's changed in Evernote for Windows. I used to open a note, click once where I wanted to edit, and start typing. Now, recently it seems, I have to double click to edit a note. Not only that, when I switch to another document, or a web page, then go back to the note I was editing, I have to double click again to edit. If I just single click, in either case, the cursor seems to just jump randomly. What's going on? Has anyone else noticed this? I'm running the latest version of Evernote on a regularly updated version of Windows 10 Pro. I noticed this behavior in the previous version of Evernote, and had hoped the update would fix it.
  8. I'd like to see this feature implemented. I have many notes with attachments, with all kinds of words therein. But sometimes I just want to find some simple information such as a name or an address, and would like to search the typed text only, narrowing results to the typed text only. As it is now, I get all kinds of results from PDFs and other attachments that are extraneous to such a simple search.
  9. I'm having the same problem, and have noticed it now for over a year. Windows 7, 64 bit. Printing italics, especially (it seems) with sans serif fonts, is extremely problematic. Odd for a program as seemingly sophisticated as EN. See attached file, in which I've tried to include several different fonts. Notice also the further oddity that hyperlinks print with the underscore as a striketrough. I'd be interested in hearing from someone who might have some ideas. Thanks!
  10. I don't know, but I would suggest you adapt to enclosing exact phrases in quotes (it really is NBD), since that's the way EN works now. Well, things add up and it gradually becomes a bigger deal if one has to live with a program every day for years. Be that as it may, I notice that if I just put a single quote at the start of a search, e.g. ["Hotel Papadopoli], EN looks for the exact phrase. This is a plus. However, a negative for me is that the exact phrase search in EN also seems, for some reason, to default to a whole word search, so that {"Hotel Papa] finds nothing. This means that one has to type out the whole word before one gets any result. I'm not clear why this is necessary. In Info Select one could just type [Hotel Pap] and get right to the note. Why does exact phrase searching in EN require whole words?
  11. Most of my searches are for exact phrases. Evernote seems to assume that most of my searches are for "Any" word or "All" words, since those are the only options in the drop down list. Let's say I want the phone number of American Express, so I type this in the search box: american express. Obviously, I get many other notes, all of which have both words in them, but only one of which I need, and the actual entry for American Express is way down the list. I am aware that I can search for the exact phrase by using quotes: "american express" That's well and good, but I find it annoying to have to fiddle with quotes for almost every search. (Perhaps this is because I'm an old Info Select user, which allowed exact phrase searching as a optional default.) Any chance of having "Exact Phrase" in addition to "Any" and "All" in the drop down menu under the search box? Or am I missing something?
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