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  1. Cool! (to borrow a word from the app's confirmation dialog) I'll take my comments over to: http://forum.evernote.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?uid=26157&f=38&t=24673&start=0
  2. Workaround, but if your tag hierarchy is two deep you can do this today. Expand the parent tag, shift select the children, change the search parameter to any and you will search all notes with the any of the child tags. More than a 2 level tag structure and more work... stedwick is brilliant to suggest this type of functionality. csihilling is brilliant to point out the workaround. I am one of those who like jbenson2 would tag: tree tree maple tree maple sugar tree maple swamp The tree is intrinsic to creative intelligence.
  3. I just found this: http://forum.evernote.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?f=45&t=18160&p=83037&hilit=format#p82634 Getting plain text into an EN Note in both Windows and Mac is very simple: WIN: CTRL-SHIFT-V MAC: CMD-SHIFT-V It works. However, email and web addresses still come in as hyperlinked, and I don't know how to turn that off.
  4. I'm copying from TextEdit. I started with text copied from the web into EN. Then because I couldn't get rid of underline text, I copied it out into textedit (plain text, which is my default for text). Then I created my line breaks and copied it back into EN. The line breaks were gone. However, all web and email addresses became hyperlinked. Here's another ditty. If text preceding a hyperlink text gets merged with linked text and then is separated out, it retains its link. So, If I have "Joe Smith joe@smith.com" and that gets connected (whether by user error or by EN formatting funkiness) to
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