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unknownsoldierx

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  1. 25 minutes ago, gazumped said:

    Hi.  It's not my experience that touching anywhere on a note will edit it - a touch on the pencil is required.  And AFAIK unless you make a substantive change to the note,  the modified date will not change.  If that's an issue for you,  you might consider dating your notes in the title with 'YYYYMMDD' so they're locked into a specific order when sorted that way.

    Really? Evernote behaves that way on both my Android phone and tablet.

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  2. Touching anywhere in the note puts it into edit mode, so why even have the green pencil edit button? I'm constantly editing notes on accident, especially when cooking, so it feels like that icon is just there to mock me.

    Most of my notes I like to sorted by 'date modified', and their order is important to me, but thanks to there being no way to edit the dates on notes, combined with the frequency of unwitting screen touches, my note organization is becoming a mess.

  3. Bump

    I used the Windows client for years and was able to change the dates. I am now using the web and Android versions and neither has the option.

    I like to keep my notes in order of last modified and both versions make it easy to accidentally make an edit. Sometimes the web version seems to register a modification just by me viewing the note. When this happens, my notes are out of order and I have no way to correct it.

  4. Windows 7 x64, FIrefox 52.0.2, Web Clipper 6.10.2.0

    Not sure when it started, but I first noticed it yesterday. WebClipper no longer signs in. I click on the toolbar icon and it brings up a window, but before anything in the window loads, it closes.

    I've tried it with all other add-ons disabled.

    I've uninstalled and reinstalled the Web Clipper add-on.

    If I delete all evernote.com cookies and restart Firefox, the sign in window loads properly and I am able to tell it to sign in. However, the toolbar icon still does not say I'm signed in. Clicking on it again brings up the empty popup window that quickly closes.

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  5. I'm having a lot of problems with the Android client. Everything is correct in the Windows client.

    I went to load up a recipe for sweet potatoes from my recipe notebook, and found the my 'sweet potatoes' tag said (0) notes. I did a search and the note showed up in the results, but when I opened it it said "Note Edit error: Note content could not be downloaded at this time. Check your network connection and tr again later."

    I have many other tags that say (0) when there should be notes with those tags.

    There's a recipe for rotisserie duck that has the tags 'rotisserie' and 'duck' in the desktop client. In the Android client, the tags 'rotisserie' and 'duck' both say (0) and the duck recipe shows no tags assigned to it. There seems to be quite a few notes like this.

    I have the latest version from the Play Store. I have tried deleting app data.

  6. Yes. This certainly should be an option. I already have many items added to the context menu from other addons, and I do not use the web clipper this way. I use it from the toolbar. The context menu items are unnecessary clutter for me.

     

    If I were to use it that way, though, I would still want to minimize the space used in the menu. Perhaps it should add a submenu. As it is now, Web Clipper adds three items to the context menu. Other addons put their items in a submenu to avoid cluttering the menu.

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