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  1. On Windows, when there's an obious sync bug, I close Evernote from the Windows tray. Same as app menu "File" / "Quit". Evernote is then relaunched, and syncs.
  2. Please allow to disable the spell-checker on the Windows app. Or if it's more complex than imagined, at least put it in the list of next incoming features. It's a bit insulting to see "Ctrl+Q" announced as the next most urgent development for Evernote Windows, and not remove squiggly red underline which infuriates everyone. Everything would be smoother with a bit of politeness! Even if no one is working on it, just list it in the "next features", or better yet "bug fixes" announcements. The wait will be easier. (last reply from staff in "feature requests" forum was 2 months ago) Thanks.
  3. Hi, This is not a solution. Why mark this thread as solved ?? -- Someone who used to be a Premium subscriber.
  4. Yes, this is CRUCIAL. I found the EN team post that explains that EN doesn't have an internal spellchecker, it's the OS. Ok but I've *never* used the OS spellchecker. Does it mean I'd have to teach Microsoft Word all my fancy words? Or teach it to chrome? Is the new Evernote an Electron app based on chromium? Hell, I won't do that anyway. So now all my notes are stained EVERYWHERE with RED underline, like a schoolteacher came during the night and made 1 billion corrections, ERRONEOUS corrections to my notes. WARNING WARNING PROBLEM PROBLEM oh that WORD has a PROBLEM too.
  5. Yes > If I do that I get Paste / Select All / Paste as Plain Text Hey thanks a lot, that must be it! Coller en texte brut, paste as plain text. Thanks for the suggestions too, will try. I'm on Android 8, I wonder if they (Android) have fixed the truncated menus since then. Of course everything is developed in english and it seems they don't notice that with localization the space for some menus is too small.
  6. Hi, I copied text (and more than text) on a web page and wanted to paste it to a note. I called the paste menu and saw an option I'm unfamiliar with. Can you help me guess what is that option? (I tried it but couldn't tell by using it). It's the third option. 1st : "PASTE" (in french). 2d : "SELECT ALL". (in french) 3d : "COLLER E...". - I ask this to "technical issues" because I didn't find a forum for android non technical issues - I ask to the english community because apparently there is no such community in french - I have googled extensively, to no avail. In french, "coller
  7. Thanks! (also to all) and for a clear and interesting answer. (sorry I had to leave for a few days) Maybe Android's design is to blame, as this function is said to be non-trivial in the built-in text editor. I guess that it's not at all in Google's interest to allow users to easily tell the difference between anchor text (especially when it's a fake short URL) and the real URL (often very long), as tracking is their business model. Most importantly, you guessed right, all I want is to clean URLs of the tracking parameters, on desktop I'm used to opening a notepad, and on Android, Ev
  8. I can't edit (or remove) external links, that I copy-paste to Evernote for Android. For example : anchor text . On Android, apps don't give you a lot of control. So sometimes I need Evernote to have the power of a simple text editor, that will show me the difference between the claimed link e.g. http://foo.bar/foo and the real link, e.g. http://foo.bar/foo?your&name&address. When I paste a link inside an Evernote note, all I see is the anchor text. I can edit only the anchor text (title of the link), not the URL. When I long press on a link, I get the android menu : cut, copy, past
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