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  1. EdH

    Chance of a 64bit evernote?

    Not sure why. No one is using 32bit Windows that you support anyway. These stats indicate less than 2% are on a 32bit platform, and most of that is Windows 7, which is EOL'd in about a year.
  2. EdH

    Chance of a 64bit evernote?

    I do find it odd that the Windows client is the only 32bit client you have now. All the rest are 64 bit.
  3. Evernote's dictionary exhibits properties of invariance.
  4. You need to contact Support if you cannot get the web to revoke the device. I've never seen that fail, and if it does, I don't know there is anything a user can do themselves but contact support.
  5. So you aren't using the outlook client, but a web browser? Just do CTRL-C from Evernote, and CTRL-V from within the email message. There are too many variables in dragging and dropping from Evernote to a web based box to handle things like: what is the box expecting, HTML, RTF, plain text? What extensions are installed? What javascript is preprocessing the text? etc.
  6. I just dragged text from Outlook (build 1812 from Office 365) into a note in Evernote and it came over with most formatting intact as expected, and not all underlined. I can also drag text from a note in Evernote into Outlook just fine.
  7. EdH

    Evernote for Windows 6.16 GA

    There is a bug in clipping and then annotating a note. Evernote closes it when you are done annotating. Clip a section of the screen using a keyboard shortcut. CLick on the note popup toast that says you have clipped a note right-click on the image in the note (which is now open it its own window) do some editing close the annotation window More than once the note window itself closes on me, not just the annotation window.
  8. EdH

    Ineffective use of the screen

    There is a new initiative at Evernote apparently to have a lot of gray space in the UI. At least on the Windows platform it is just reducing the available space to display note content. On the Mac platform, they are moving buttons to a submenu to give the gray area more space.
  9. EdH

    Evernote for Mac 7.6 Beta 3

    Just want to roll this design issue forward to beta 3. I would gladly sacrifice some gray pixels that are doing nothing vs having extra clicks to get to routine items.
  10. EdH

    Mac 7.6 Beta 1

    But I have about 10 inches of space. Why is it in the overflow? How is this an good UI? Why not move the tag info, search box, and note formatting icons into the overflow? Why is "Share" not in the overflow? Of all of those items on the overflow, Share is probably the LEAST used for me.
  11. EdH

    Mac 7.6 Beta 1

    That makes sense. Just plug into macOS for this vs rolling your own. Hopeing the same is coming for WIndows when 1809 launches, if it ever does.
  12. EdH

    Mac 7.6 Beta 1

    Yup. I have the formatting tool bar, but there is nothing above that (what I'd call the note tool bar) besides share. No delete, no reminder setting clock, nothing. I'm not at my Mac right now but this is what I see in Windows, and it was similar for the mac. I know below is an older version (just doing some quick googling so you know what I am talking about because I am 100% sure I am not calling it the right thing)
  13. EdH

    Chance of a 64bit evernote?

    I wish they would. They converted to 64bit on the Mac I think last year.
  14. Option dialog box: ✅ Correctly change the modified date when I modify the note. ⬜ Incorrectly do not change the modified date when I modify the note in this very specific way.
  15. EdH

    Evernote for Windows 6.16 GA

    Date Modified should be the last time anything for the note was modified. anything. Not just some things. Or change the field to "Date some stuff was modified, but not all of the stuff."