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  1. I have noticed that with EN v5, when I search for something and the results are shown, instead of highlighting the keywords in the found notes, the highlight boxes are placed in the wrong position and "float" usually an inch or 2 above the correct location. Sometimes I can "fix" this by scrolling up and down vigorously within the note. It's a glitch. Anyone else noticed this? Never happened on v4. Here's a screenshot:




    I opened a ticket #145277 on this, in case anyone from EN support wants to respond there.

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  2. Why was the "Search Bar" moved to the top right hand corner?  I preferred it where it was located in V4.  Thanks.

    Amen. This is so much harder to use now. It may seem like a small detail, but those of us with large screens (24"+) it's made the most fundamental feature of EN (search) much more tedious. Now I have to physically turn my head back and forth as I'm typing a search and then watching the results appear. Really annoying and fairly obvious that EN did very little actual UX testing on this. Please change it back or make that element of the UI customizable so we can put the search bar where we want it.

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  3. It's true that Evernote has a reputation for taking glacially long to fix longstanding bugs and add oft-requested features -- but at least in this particular  case it seems that this one is 'out of their hands' -- the bug lies in the underlying Chromium rich text editing component that EN makes use of.. It's probably not within their means or scope to fix bugs in that engine. Let's just hope that once the Chromium component is fixed that EN bakes it in quickly.

  4. For anyone who still cares about this, it appears that at long last (it's been almost 2 years since I reported this bug -- and just about a year-and-a-half since Emerick reported it to the Chromium dev team) that work has begun on a fix!




    Hopefully the fix won't take nearly as long, and it can be rolled into an upcoming EN point release in the near future.

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  5. It's only been a year and a half since this bug was reported. What do you think? The programmers are some kind of miracle workers? Give them some time please. You heard Emerick - it's on their radar. I've recently learned a little more about this top-secret Evernote radar technology. I can't share many details, but I can tell you -- this is an extremely long-range radar (co-developed with NASA and SETI, and also used to search for little greys from the Alpha Centauri system!) The signals it detects can take anywhere from 4 to 5 years to reach Earth. Bugs are fixed according to the same rigorous schedule.

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