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  1. So, after panicking for a while, wondering where all my content had disappeared to, I figured out that the none of the cards that should appear in card view and expanded card view are appearing. I can see all the notes in snippet or list views, but in card view and in expanded card view, no notes appear. Problem seems specific to mac version. Evernote Version 7.9.1 (457703 App Store) MacOS 10.14.5
  2. I am also having this problem. I tried to use my mac to take a picture of a document. I selected "new facetime camera note" and took the picture, but it's kinda useless to me because it shows up reversed - as if I'm looking at the document in a mirror. Why? While I suppose there are times when you want to take a video note, there must be more times when you want to snap a picture of a document, and it would be nice to use the build in camera without fussing about. I found that I could accomplish my goal by launching photobooth, making sure it's not set to mirror images (found under edit menu), then just snap the picture and share it to Evernote.
  3. I have the same problem and wish for EverNote. It's fine to use Preview to add notes and highlighting, but the notes and highlights that I add in Preview are actually the most important things about that document. So it would be nice if EverNote would treat those notes and highlights with the priority warranted. Maybe within the note container, EverNote could include a summary of the notes and highlighted passages that are found within the PDF file, with links that open the PDF to the spot where the note or highlight resides. At the very least, annotations added in Preview should at least be searchable from within EverNote. That doesn't seem to be the case at the moment. In some respects, OneNote is better than EverNote for these needs. OneNote doesn't let you highlight blocks of text, but you can directly annotate any document printed into a note form, add tags, bookmarks, highlight, etc. It's a bit more cohesive approach that ensures your annotations are searchable and not 2nd class elements of the document.
  4. Sometimes I take notes on a web page and then a month or so later, I return to the same page. When I return, it would be nice if I could instantly open the note related to the page. How about a right click link from the clipper button that opens the note related to the current page. Although it would be nice to have a visual indicator that lets me know whether a page has a related note, I'm guessing that this would require more resources than I would want to use, so I'm willing to live with the fact that the link may return no results when no page is found.
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