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markusm73

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  1. I have previously had luck with the website version of Evernote, which, unlike the App Store version, didn't suffer from the "empty note list" problem described above. But the most recent website version (7.0.3) now also suffers from this problem again.
  2. That's disappointing: I've just updated to the newest release today in the hope that this issue was finally fixed. I was wrong. Whenever I switch to a notebook or search that returns an empty list and then switch back to one containing notes, the displayed note list will appear empty though the note count above it shows the correct number.
  3. This is getting ridiculous. It's been about two months, and this serious note display issue still has not been fixed. I understand that pretty much all software will have bugs at one point or another, but a serious bug of this sort should be a top priority. It's really annoying to encounter it practically every time I use the desktop app. It cannot possibly take more than a few hours to track down and fix this sort of rendering bug. Two months and going is _way_ too long!
  4. I second this request, and not just for Mac (my primary platform). I think others (e.g. the iPhone client) would also benefit from a configuration option here. My preferred choice would be to put the cursor in the title on all platforms, because the vast majority of my notes are short enough to fit in there. It would save me one step (e.g. mouse click, cursor movement) whenever I enter a note.
  5. Agreed. This issue is apparently annoying people on pretty much all platforms. The setting should at least be configurable, and my sense is that most people prefer the note title as default.
  6. Same on IOS, I'd prefer the title as default for the same reason. This should at least be configurable. Markus
  7. How disappointing! This critical bug has been around for months and the latest release (3.0.0) apparently still does not fix it. I even wiped out my database to download it again, but for no avail. Notes added after syncing may not show up in searches. Look, Evernote, the new features in your latest release are nice candy. But nobody cares about candy if your product does not satisfy its basic promise. And that is, we actually want to be able to find notes we entered. If this cannot be done reliably, your system is useless. As a paying customer (paid in full for a year - bad idea!) and also having mailed your support about this issue a long time ago, it's fair to expect that critical bugs are fixed within reasonable time. I'm afraid, but if I don't see a follow-up release within the next three weeks that addresses this particular issue, I will switch away from Evernote and not recommend it for further use. Do you really want us to refer to your product in reviews as Neverfind? It's just scary to entrust important data to an unreliable medium!
  8. Same problem here on my Mac, I cannot trust search results. I use tags to implement my GTD system, e.g. the tag "ph" to indicate "priority high". But sometimes not all notes having this tag will be shown when searching for it. This is obviously scary, since it may mean that I forget handling high priority tasks! :? I herewith explicitly dedicate my premium fee towards fixing this problem...
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