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MrPok

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  1. For some reason, the new Evernote version thought it could change all kinds of formatting (even creating some kind of “x-apple-data-detectors://0/” whatever that may be) and remove white space (between characters as well as underneath sentences) without ever asking me. I would expect that fixing my note in the Windows client, at least removing all the unwanted added formatting, isn’t a big deal, right? Wrong. I tried to apply “Simply formatting” to the note, but nothing seems to happen to it. Even when I select the entire note and apply the "Simplify formatting" I still have those pesky urls. The only way to fix it seems to copy the entire contents of the note into a text editor (like notepad) en manually re-enter all the whitespaces and -lines, and then copying everything back into the note. Having to re-enter months of whitespaces and -lines is v e r y frustrating. So in conclusion, please give a plain text functionality. What are you afraid of? (note: to clarify, I DO use lots of formatted notes for others uses, but I ALSO need plain text ones) +1(miiillion)
  2. For all Linux users that didn't manage to find the links to the open-source Evernote version, called "Nevernote", developed by user Randy (baumgarr, above): Introducing the version that is stable enough for basic use: http://forum.evernote.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?f=43&t=13900&start=25#p69453 ..or directly to the sourceforge page of the developer: http://nevernote.sourceforge.net/ ..and even more-directly to the shared notebook note containing version 0.86 download accompanied with a description "--- To Install ---" http://www.evernote.com/pub/baumgarr/nevernote#v=t&n=414f7e35-891a-4a7c-a326-091ab022ccc2&b=0 The instructions clearly state you have to have QT Jambi 4.5 installed, so here is a direct link to the Qt Jambi - Java bindings for Linux 32-bit. (There are also 64-bit binaries if you need them) Please post any question regarding installation in http://sourceforge.net/apps/phpbb/nevernote/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=11 Rest assured, my installation worked without any problems and I am a pretty novice user [My setup at the time of writing this is: Linux Ubuntu 10.4 Lucid Lynx, Sun Java 1.6.0_20, Nevernote 0.86.] Kind regards
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