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  1. This is a popular idea... 4 different requests... come on, Evernote!
  2. This is a popular idea... 4 different requests... come on, Evernote!
  3. This is a popular idea... 4 different requests... come on, Evernote!
  4. +1 on this idea! 4 different requests... come on, Evernote!
  5. Agreed. The new view wastes a bunch of space. The new "last edited" dates are nice, but the view could at least be two columns or something.
  6. In our experience this only happens when you control-click, and not when you right-click (or two finger tap on a trackpad). Can you confirm? Assuming you’re seeing the same issue, this has already been fixed but the fix did not make it in to the beta. Thanks for the feedback. FWIW, The only dead zones that I see with control-click are over the notebook names and number of notes. two-finger clicking, works on everything as you stated.
  7. This bug (related to creating links) that I had reported against 6.0.6 appears to be fixed in 6.0.7: https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/81051-evernote-for-mac-606-released/page-6#entry346341 Thanks!
  8. BUG/REGRESSION: Version: 6.0.6 (451290 Direct) You cannot add a link to selected text when editing notes within the main app window (i.e. in the right pane). It only works if you pop the note out into it's own window (by double-clicking on the note in the note list). Steps to recreate: Create/edit a note Type a line of text, not a URL, that you want to turn into a link. (ex: "this link") Highlight the text from step 2 Do one of the following: cmd + K Right-click > Link > Add... Format menu > Link > Add... Expected result: The "enter web address for this link" box opens up Actual result: Nothing happens Again, if you open the note in a new window, this works fine.
  9. I've tried clipping this in Safari and Chrome under Mac OS X Yosemite and it's only saving the text from the page, not the content of the embedded tweets. I've tried article, selection and simplified article clipping with no luck. http://blog.alfredapp.com/2014/10/16/9-alfred-features-you-might-not-know-exist-yet/
  10. I reported this back in an earlier Beta thread and Jackolicious said it was on the radar. This is a MAJOR issue - Search within notes is STILL broken on the Mac. Here's the note that I'm using for testing (share link) As you can see in the screenshot, there should clearly be 2 matches, not 1.
  11. Almost certain that it was working at some point recently, but I can't be sure of when it was, sorry.
  12. Additional clarity re:"standard keyboard shortcut"... it's shift+cmd+v
  13. No mods have any feedback on this? iOS supports strikethrough just fine.
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