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jasteele123

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  1. I'm using the latest release of Evernote for Windows, but this bug has been around since about 4/20/2017 (coincidence? I clip a lot of guitar chord songs and write poetry, where the spacing among characters is *very* important, since it denotes timing. I use Courier New since it is a Monospaced font. In the last couple of versions, this spacing is no longer maintained in either web clipping (or even just plain copy/paste). Even more important for me is that it is not retained in HTML export (which I then use to create eBooks). These new notes are worthless to me, even after spending way too much time manually putting the spaces back in place. Here's an example original : Am G D/F# So that I can feel ... the rain Clipped, copied or exported: Am G D/F# So that I can feel ... the rain Pretty easy to see the problem here. Please, please, please fix this back to how it used to work? Even in non-music/poetry note spacing can be extremely important (I can't be the only one who has noticed this? All I found in the forum search was about line spacing.) Thank you, John P.S. I tried to Report a bug at https://help.evernote.com/hc/en-us/requests/new?ticket_form_id=176617 several times, but it never gave me a form to fill out
  2. In addition, as a Technical Editor for several different publishlers (O'Reilly, McGraw-Hill, Packt Publishing), none of them accept duplicate image names in their workflows...
  3. Maybe not obvious but, since the pages and images are being exported as HTML, spaces in directories and filenames are not generally a good choice cross-platform. Also, these are not attachments. Many are web clippings and inline image pasted into the notes. It's the naming conventions that Evernote uses during the export. Yes, the files and images could be manipulated externally with code, but generating GUIDs outside the central repository (in this case an Evernote notebook) would always be problematic. Especially if multiple notebooks were exported at different times (and possibly by multiple authors). There are also no rules against multiple notes having the same title. I imagine more eBook authors (and authors in general sharing notebooks) would use Evernote if this problem didn't exist, and I think it's a reasonable (and not hard to implement) "Feature Request", especially for a company with a 100-year plan eBooks will eventually surpass printed copies, but a similar argument could be made for importing into a CMS or other external systems. In most cases duplicate file names are rarely a Good Idea(tm)
  4. Hello, I would like to suggest an option to create unique image names for HTML export [ notebook Export as multiple Web Pages (.html) ] If I export an entire notebook to import into an ebook (using Sigil for example) the images that are exported are not unique - which is not supported by epub (for example) eBook format. The eBooks have a single images directory, so there can be only one image named Image.png which leads to incorrect overwritten image names. The last exported image is referenced by all the other eBook "Chapters" = not good. In general it would be better to have some kind of symantic meaning instead of just Image.png, Image [1].png, Image [2].png etc. - either a unique hash or based on the note title? Not to mention spaces in the image file names I love Evernote, but this is a real show-stopper for eBook development and a real pain to rename the many images and edit the HTML files to match. Thank you for your consideration, John Steele
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