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SomewhatPresent

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  1. So, I finally took the time. I used BC Uninstaller to uninstall Evernote and deleted all the registry entries left behind. It works now.
  2. I'm familiar with the process. I'm just tired of my computer being a hobby that I have to fix all the time just to be able to use it. I used to enjoy, tweaking my upper and lower ram, trying linux distros, reformatting just to have a fresh start, trying new software. I've gotten good use out of BC Uninstaller, which wipes the registry entries left behind. I just used the web version for now. I need something that works when I need it. SAAS is like using a pen that has to refill itself every time you pick it up (install updates), and then figure out which end it's going to write out of today and by that time, I've forgotten what I was going to do in the first place and have had to move on to the next thing. I've ridden along with the improvements and in concept they are great. In practice, watching that green circle going around the elephant when all I want to do is type in a note, or add a task makes Evernote worthless for replacing anything. I loaded Minimalist and it just works.
  3. I uninstalled it and reinstalled it. I didn't clean the registry or anything, but, still no tasks. When i select "task" it just has a loading circle.
  4. I agree. The fact that you can click on a task and pull up a menu, is just begging for the ability to add some quick and relevant notes. This could also be a place to put a hyperlink. As each task note currently creates a header, tasks that aren't actually projects could still hold some info without creating a bunch of headers.
  5. I've found a work around. There is always a blank task left behind in the note. I type 1 letter in the note so that I can delete it and that removes the note from the list without deleting the note.
  6. I've been posting this around the forum. Seems to be needed. I've found a work around. There is always a blank task left behind in the note. I type 1 letter in the note so that I can delete it and that removes the note from the list without deleting the note.
  7. I've found a work around. There is always a blank task left behind in the note. I type 1 letter in the note so that I can delete it and that removes the note from the list without deleting the note.
  8. I've found a work around. There is always a blank task left behind in the note. I type 1 letter in the note so that I can delete it and that removes the note from the list without deleting the note.
  9. I was just running into this with trying to develop a workflow. A task that can have a link to the related note would help you to keep your tasks in a master note while allowing you to link back to a note related to the task. I'm finding that as I create project notes (to hold emails or other related info), I put the task at the top of that note. As Task Notes in the Task List visually become dividers this can create a cluttered view.. Some tasks may not be part of a larger project but could still make use of a link to a related note. Those tasks could be gathered in a master note and still be able to link to your information as a type of Table of Contents.
  10. I was just looking at the sub task idea and your idea is the solution I needed. A note can contain a list of tasks and the note title becomes a collapsible list in the main task list. The note title becomes your header in the main task list. It might still be nice to have actual headers (ie the way Cozi does). You simply create a header and drag tasks under it. The header actually does nothing but could be collapsible also.
  11. I was thinking also about this. In GTD when a task becomes a project, the option to turn the task into a new note would be handy. It would then create a new note with the task at the top (still moveable within the note) and make the task a link on the master task list (I know this may create a problem if the task is moved to another note) Then you could begin tracking your information for that task in a new note With the task at the top. You would still have the option of naming that note.
  12. Or maybe allow the tasks to be put into a table. Then they could be customized anyway someone wants. That would be especially useful for a calendar table. It could give a sense of "drag and drop for tasks. (the date would have to be updated manually in the task but if you are primarily assigning the date in the task itself, dropping the task into a calendar day would simply be for your own visual confirmation).
  13. The point of a local notebook for me was keeping private information offline. The fact that they are phasing it out by only having it in the legacy version that will one day go away and become unfeasible is the disappointing part. Not everyone likes their entire life posted on the internet.
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