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  1. I have the same problem, but there is a twist: on my Thunderbolt Display or built-in retina display (MacBook Retina, Early 2013), scrolling w/ PDFs is *completely* smooth. On my Dell display, connected via HDMI, it is *completely* unusable (exactly as described by others, above). Clearly, this is a display driver issue, related to something that Evernote is using to render embedded PDFs (i.e. NOT viewed as attachments). It would be super great, as a work-around, to be able to toggle on/off ALL PDFs to in a note as attachments or in-line, so I could at least get back to work.
  2. Can someone confirm that? Rebooting does fix the issue, but before uninstalling / re-installing, I would like to know how/why this fixes the issue. Some users reported that a reboot solved the problem at least for some time. For others it did not. It is difficult to say. I don't know whether it made a difference to reboot before and/or after re-installation. You now should upgrade to the latest 6.0.5 (App Store or direct download) version. It seems that this version is more stable. I did not read a single post saying that it showed similar problems like slow loading or empty note titles or notes. Updated to 6.0.5 on Mac OS X Yosemite and my files have reappeared... whew. My working whole world revolves around Evernote and that gave me a scare. Glad things are back to working, again.
  3. Can someone confirm that? Rebooting does fix the issue, but before uninstalling / re-installing, I would like to know how/why this fixes the issue.
  4. Quick feedback: Please, PLEASE, PLEASE... remove the progress bar (i.e. the little barber pole) from the lower-left corner on the new Mac UI. Every time Evernote syncs, the little spinning, horizontal barber pole catches my eye while I am writing in the app. Because it's located at the bottom of the app, thus being close to the Mac Finder Dock, I always think it's a bouncing Dock icon. Really, it stops my train of thought when this happens and I'm ready to place a piece of tape over a portion of my monitor to block this. As a general UI rule, you don't distract users with stuff like animated progress bars unless the operation is modal (e.g. a pop-up dialog) or something is going wrong with the process. Either remove it completely (since it's not really meaningful during normal operation) or use something more subtle, like a 'disabled' control with a foreground close to the background in color and with a smooth progress bar (not the spinning blue and white barber pole that really indicates that the developer has no idea how long this will take). Sorry, I'm done ranting now... :-)
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