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  1. You can do nothing to this issue unless you don't go back to Evernote Legacy. Yes, there's no way to disable this.
  2. Right now there's no way to disable this, because EN devs simply did not put an on/off switch on this spellcheck feature on the "New Evernote". In v10.6 they added "Add to Dictionary" feature to mend it, but most of the time this feature dosen't work, and adding insult to the injury, that dictionary is nowhere in the app. True story. So the only way to avoid this is going back to the EN Legacy. I too pissed off very much so I have been sending support tickets to EN for months. It really, really annoys me.
  3. Uhm... I don't see any of these promises on 10.6 release notes... Can you link the reference?
  4. Add to Dictionary? What dictionary? I don't use dictionary, and it can't be found in the app. What a joke. Is it that difficult to just giving me the option to disable it? I mean, what the heck? I'm constantly, I repeat, CONSTANTLY requesting you VERY SIMPLE THING FOR MONTHS and you're not doing it, without any purpose whatsoever. And I'm not the only one requesting it. There's a whole forum post on this issue and my post will be in that too. At this stage, I'm started to believe that you guys are teasing me, just to laugh at it. Because out of this reason, I can't find any more reasonable ans
  5. Recently I've read Ian's new blog post - State of the Product. What he said is promising... that Evernote devs will continue to improve the app debacle continuously. But I already had months of frustration with this half-arsed, far from complete, and unstable program. Am I missing something? I don't have much knowledge on product quality management, but you can't put raw dough on a bakery shelf. You have to bake in the oven for adequate time. Until then, no one should experience the taste of awful raw flour, especially when the bakery put that as a "cooked" bread. I'm just a customer walk
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