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  1. The selection in the sidebar does not work, still non-retina iMac, running OS X 10.11.3
  2. If you right-click on an attachment on the Mac, it's there... Otherwise, it's in the Preferences for Evernote, under "Clipping"
  3. @vvooddoo Yes, that is the default behavior now - others have made their displeasure with it known. I am unsure if Evernote will switch it back to 'the old way'.
  4. @muckster If you want to resize the window, just put your cursor over at the divide between the dark and light sections, then drag it to the width you'd like. It's a new feature designed for OS X 10.11 El Capitan's split view feature.
  5. The short link below it means JMichael was being sarcastic: http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=%3Cgd%26r%3E
  6. Ummm... Skitch is still available in the iTunes store?
  7. Any chance we could get the last wallpaper without the logo? I <3 that pattern!
  8. How do we know when it is done? I have a Macbook (2015) and I have no clue when it is busy. There is no HD light and indexing isn't a particularly processor intensive activity. I have almost 8,000 notes at around 7GB in size. I didn't leave it open for a long period of time, maybe 30-45min max before I closed the lid and went to work. Should I leave it open for an hour or more tonight? We do emit a completion message in activity log, but not via UI. You don't need to wait for the completion, nor leave it open at night. The reindexing will continue when you open the lid again. Even if you quit the app, it will pick up the job when you open the app again. For most users, we hope the reindexing will go unnoticeably. In the future, perhaps pop up a Notification that indexing is done?
  9. Mine got stuck at "migrating" — had to force quit it, and then it launched with no problems.
  10. I think you're thinking of "Do or do not, there is no try"
  11. Unrelated: Man, that screenshot makes me miss Sparrow
  12. This is probably not the right spot for this posting
  13. the OP was looking for one compatible with 10.5.x
  14. Thanks.. this is exactly the feedback I was looking for. I won't argue that our current experience is great - we're trying to get there but we've got a ways to go. However, I don't necessarily agree that adding markdown support and creating a great writing experience are contingent upon each other. Tools like Day One or IAWriter (I love that one) are really beautiful markdown editors. Agreed. However, In my opinion, there are also really great rich text editors as well. I really like typing in Medium's editor, for example. Evernote's new web editor, although young, is much more about creating a better writing experience. Sorry this update didn't do it for you. We'll keep trying, but don't write us off just yet. Thank you for your honesty, and your candor. It makes us feel loved.
  15. InterCaps? What is this, 1997? Just macfixer - no caps needed
  16. I have a copy of Evernote 2.2 on an old ScanSnap disk. I posted it for you: https://www.dropbox.com/s/os2fh8wevxnobam/Evernote_2.2.zip?dl=0
  17. How many people are not seeing the new toolbar. If you aren't then we have a bug. It should look like this... I figured the new toolbar would be enabled by default.
  18. Be sure to turn on the new formatting toolbar in Preferences : Software Update and check Enable new note editor toolbar. That should make things much nicer That fixed it! Thanks!
  19. If you make the note window small, things get ugly quickly.
  20. Agreed. And Marcus, I've got Reduce Transparency selected in Apple's Accessibility prefs so transparency is not a factor in my case. Ergo the dark option, if the EN design team so desired, could be a full-bodied black with no background bleed occurring, and it should not appear muddy. The design team is using Apple's design guidelines. They have no control over the color or level of transparency, unfortunately: https://developer.apple.com/library/mac/documentation/UserExperience/Conceptual/OSXHIGuidelines/WindowSourceListDrawer.html#//apple_ref/doc/uid/20000957-CH40-SW1 "A source list that provides the primary navigation or selection mechanism for the app as a whole is translucent. For example, the Finder sidebar, which helps users navigate the file system, uses translucency."
  21. @Marcus, thanks for clarifying how sync works. May I suggest that you state on the EN Mac Preferences Sync tab that regardless of the sync interval, automatic syncs are done as the user edits a Notes. Actually, having just tried to state this, I realize I'm not clear on the autosync. Can you please tell us the exact criteria EN uses to trigger a sync while a Note is being edited. Since there is no "Done" or "Save" button, how does EN know when the user is finished editing? Please give us a much detail as possible so we all can understand. ^^ Yes, this.
  22. I am *totally* loving the dark sidebar. Makes it easier to see "this is Evernote" with a quick glance.
  23. Working fine on this end, also OS X 10.10.4
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