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  1. I'm on Mac OS 11.3, Evernote 10.13.4. There is no option to "Learn Spelling". When I right-click, the option is not there. Help? Please restore this feature! It's important!
  2. Underneath the title, "Evernote for Mac Requests (Versions 10.0 and above)", appears this text: "If you have feedback related to the older version of Evernote for Mac, post here!" That is super confusing. "Version 10.0 and above" implies "10.0 through the current version". But the line underneath says "feedback related to the older version of Evernote". Is this the correct forum to post for current version 10.12.5? Did you mean to say "current" instead of "older"? If you could fix the typo and/or clarify, that would be great. Thanks. 💐
  3. In the Legacy version, in the left side panel, we used to be able to right-click a notebook and see a submenu - to delete, rename, etc. That functionality is GONE in Evernote 10.12.5. (That's the version I'm using; I'm guessing the feature has been gone for all non-Legacy versions.) Now we have to navigate to the list of Notebooks, find the one we're looking for, and perform actions there. But we had a shortcut right there, in the left side panel! Please, let us right-click there once again. Please.
  4. The Problem: We can no longer play an audio file within Evernote. Now we have to Download or "Open" it, which then copies the file into our Music Library. That is a HUGE problem. I do not want these files in my Music Library or anywhere else on my computer. That's why I have them stored somewhere else, in Evernote! If you force us to duplicate an audio file just in order to listen to it, that defeats the purpose of storing audio files in Evernote. PLEASE - PUT BACK THE BASIC AUDIO PLAYER!!!!!! 🙏🙏🙏 * Are you able to update me regarding this request? If so, I would appreciate that very much. (I mean a specific update, like, "we see the issue and plan to have the audio player restored by June" or something like that. Not just, "Thank you for your feedback". That doesn't help the situation. (It actually kind of makes things more frustrating.) Thank you for looking into this. Please help. Please.
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