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Josh N

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  1. I have the same problem, which persists after a clean install with the latest version. It is incredibly maddening since I have to paste a lot of images into my notes and after each paste the focus changes to somewhere near the top of the note. Makes pasting take about 5x as long as it ought to, which is insignificant for one image, but becomes maddeningly significant for a large amount of pastes. I don't know how this wasn't fixed immediately.
  2. Also: I have a premium account.
  3. I ran into a problem today with playing back .m4a files within Evernote. When I click the play button, the icon changes to 'paused' but the progress slider does not move and no sound is played. Additionally, the track length is shown as 0:00 after pressing play. The same m4a file plays fine in Mac Evernote. Additionally, every sound file in Evernote thereafter shows the locked pause button where the play button should be. Even if I record an audio note in Evernote, it will not be able to be played back. I discovered a temporary fix: to relocate the Evernote local files to a new, empty folder. This resets the pause buttons to play buttons for all audio files in Evernote. I converted the .m4a files to .mp3, and the .mp3 files play fine, as do .wav files. These are the only formats I've tested. iTunes is my default application for all three file types. Log: Evernote for Windows 4.5.2.5904 (209040) Public OS: Windows 6.1.7601 Service Pack 1 User: [deleted] Memory: 60.3MB Created: 2012/01/18 22:38:45 --- Log opened on 2012/01/18 22:36:48 (UTC-8:00) 22:36:48 [4044] Changed Evernote files location to: D:\Evernote Data 22:36:49 [4044] Opened database: D:\Evernote Data\Databases\xxx.exb (8.3MB Fixed) 22:37:28 [4044] Reloaded external editor for resource 527/0, file"D:\Evernote Data\Databases\Attachments\01.16.2012 613p.m4a" 22:37:28 [4044] External file "D:\Evernote Data\Databases\Attachments\01.16.2012 613p.m4a", resource 527/0, is unchanged 22:37:39 [4044] Started audio playback, file: C:\Users\xxx\AppData\Local\Temp\enaudio\Evernote 20120118 22.28.23.wav 22:37:43 [4044] Stopped audio playback, file: C:\Users\xxx\AppData\Local\Temp\enaudio\Evernote 20120118 22.28.23.wav 22:37:48 [4044] Could not start audio playback: cannot play file exception, file: C:\Users\xxx\AppData\Local\Temp\enaudio\01.16.2012 613p.m4a === No log information is produced after pressing the locked pause button. This guy sounds like he has the same problem: http://discussion.evernote.com/topic/21324-audio-note-playback-problem/
  4. Evernote supports unicode subscript and superscript characters. Naturally you're limited by the available unicode subscript and superscript characters (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Unicode_subscripts_and_superscripts ). Not every character is available as a sub- or superscript, but many are. I'm a mac user, and fortunately Evernote supports OSX-wide text substitution. Go to System Prefs > Language & Text > Text and create text substituions such as _2 on the left and ₂ on the right. Now when you type CO_2 in Evernote, it automatically changes to CO₂. You can also set, for example, <inf> to be substituted to ∞, or any string to any unicode character or string of other unicode characters. For a complete list of available characters, go to Edit > Special Characters in just about any mac app. I imagine a similar solution must exist for users of other OSes. Obviously, this is not a 100% solution, but it's good enough in most cases. I use a LaTeXiT service when this isn't enough.
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