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tserio2k9

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  1. I actually like the new design - seems more intuitive now. What I can't abide, though, are the numerous bugs that should have been caught in QA. You can't possibly be testing in-house without using actual iPhones, yet some of the more egregious errors (crashing, iTunes prompt) are still here. Perhaps you should rethink your quality control process, and not bow to pressure to release something that obviously isn't ready.
  2. There really needs to be a mechanism to define a style and apply it to multiple tags without Evernote creating a duplicate style for each tag. Maybe I'm doing something wrong, but it looks like Evernote creates a new style each time you color a tag - even if other tags already have the exact same style. This wouldn't be a problem if not for the 255 style limit. As it stands, if you have over 255 tags you can't style them all without getting sync errors.
  3. That's a weird limitation since I'm not applying 255+ different styles, but rather a handful of styles to 255+ tags. It's essentially now a limit on tags if you want to use colors. I agree that they should rethink this limitation.
  4. Found a bug. If I apply a style to more than 255 tags the sync will fail: Uploading 256 item styles EDAMUserException: errorCode=BAD_DATA_FORMAT parameter="preferencesToUpdate" When I set just 255 styles the sync is fine. My guess is preferencesToUpdate is defined to hold only a single byte. Should be relatively easy to fix. Updated to the latest public EN this morning and set the styles via the tag manager (now that I can finally apply styles to more than one at a time).
  5. Hopefully they fix this soon - I had to disable notifications for Evernote on my iPhone when this bug crashed my Apple Watch.
  6. Running 7.7.9 (since 7/21) on iOS 8.4 (iPhone 6plus). I've just opened the app to discover that the pin and touch-id have been disabled (again). This has been happening for a while now and appears to be random - any idea when this might get fixed? At this point it might be better for you to remove the feature until it's working - at least then people won't have a false sense of security when setting up a pin. If it helps, this time when I opened the app it looked like it briefly displayed a splash screen - like it wanted to show me new features. Not sure if that disabled the pin or not.
  7. Just had this happen to me (again) - latest iOS (8.4) on an iPhone 6 plus. Looks like the tickets from earlier have been ignored, since this has been a known issue for a while and is still occurring. I'm increasingly concerned with Evernote's lack of urgency regarding security.
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