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  1. Just found a new nice "feature" of cut and paste from my Evernote to Outlook. Try pasting a list with check-boxes in it without converting to pure text (which would completely kill my indented bullet list).... It gives me "Fehler! Es wurde kein Dateiname angegeben!" (in English sth like "Error! No file name given!"). My Clipboard-Spying-Tool shows me that Evernote is using special img tags in the HTML-converted data in the clipboard "<img class="en-todo">". Apparently Outlook tries to parse these tags and complains about the missing file. According to http://www.w3schools.com/tags/tag_im
  2. When I get a mail with an Evernote note link (e.g. for a reminder; https://www.evernote.com/shard/s18/nl/2071628/...) it opens in Safari where I most of the time have to login into Evernote (as the login expires after 30 days). The current iOS however allows to open specific URLs directly in the corresponding app (e.g. Wikipedia links in the Wikipedia app, Amazon links in the Amazon app etc.). IMHO this behavior would be excellent for Evernote on iOS, too.
  3. Unfortunately not. The ticket itself got even closed today "because the issue was given to engineering and they will look at it and there's nothing more we can tell you now so please just keep updating Evernote hoping for a fix"
  4. Ok. So I got my feedback which can be summed up as "known bug", "some rather inconvenient workaround suggestions" and "unknown when Evernote will address this".
  5. I just filed a ticket ("Ticket# 1737217 - Copy-Pasting bullet lists from Evernote to Outlook destroys list format")...
  6. Another workaround: Use the (new?) Evernote Webinterface to copy your text. It works in either direction (Evernote Web -> Outlook and vice versa) without breaking bullet lists!
  7. Have you ever tried to write a list like this with EN Mac: (a) (b) (c) x Don't or else you'll go nuts. (c) x gets converted to copyright symbol. Undo removes the symbol and the (c). Even switching "Correct Spelling Automatically" off does not help in this case. In contrast, when doing the same in OS X TextEdit, Cmd+Z reconstructs the (c)...
  8. Other people are having the same problem. See my post there. The answer of the Evernote team is just sad. Fire up OS X TextEdit and compare the behavior!
  9. This is just a stupid behavior of Evernote and even independent of your special language problem. Typing some more technical words in a more common language yields the same. Other people are saying the same. Here, a bug was reported and the Evernote team seems to deem the behavior "normal". Try firing up the OS X TextEdit App and do the same there. Autocorrect is undone correctly... I am afraid these are the usual insufficiencies of the Evernote text editor. Maybe the new CEO with his focus on core features will help with this one...
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