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Tim In PA

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  1. I agree with you on this. I've asked, as far back as 2012 (met with a reply of crickets), that the editor control be changed to something better. I don't know what they are using under the hood, but as a fellow software developer, I can recommend a few that are on par with MS Word or any other good enough editor out there.
  2. Dear Evernote, I'm compelled to write a complaint here about the unrelenting marketing for "Spaces" and upgrading to "Premuim". I am and have been a "Plus" subscriber for a few years now, and have no plans on upgrading to Premium or use Spaces. Please make it possible to suppress the constant pop-ups, reminders, and emails asking me to do so. It's getting REALLY annoying to the point where I am thinking of cancelling and no longer promoting Evernote to others. Thank you
  3. Thank you both for your replies. I'm not suggesting that Evernote rip-off MS Word, but there are editor components on the market which provide drop-in functionality, making a product like Evernote easier to maintain. TX Text: http://www.textcontrol.com/en_US/ Here's to hoping things improve.
  4. The editor in the Windows client needs improvement in a number of areas, specifically, the copy-and-paste functionality with rich text and HTML formatted text. When copying text from Evernote into a MS Word document, formatting is usually way off; and, when copying text from a web page into Evernote, the formatting can be equally poor. Compare this to the seamless and typically excellent copy-and-paste to and from MS Word. For the amount of complaining people do about Word, they really got this and many other things right. There are a number of good to great editor components on th
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