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  1. Hey, that's a really great review of Joplin. Best I've seen. The program seems to have a dedicated group of followers growing by the day. Could be the future of note taking, who knows? My search has ended – the EN Web's beta interface solves just about all of the problems I was having using it on Linux – but definitely keeping this review on hand in case my search for an alternative resumes somewhere down the road. Good stuff. Thanks for taking the time to put all that together.
  2. This has been a fun and insightful thread. I accidentally stumbled into it while searching for something Linux related. Don't even remember what it was at this point.
  3. I just jumped over to Linux Mint from Windows and the lack of Evernote client is my only real discomfort in making the adjustment. At the same time, using Evernote Web has been easier than I expected it to be and then new Beta version even more so. I'm actually fairly content with using the web version now. Before I came to that conclusion, I tried Nixnote2. I thought the interface was pretty good and enough like the Evernote Windows Client to be familiar. But for me, it was buggy as hell, to the point where I couldn't WAIT to uninstall the thing. So close and yet so far. I looked at Tusk, but it doesn't seem to offer anything that you can't get in the web client already. I'm starting to feel like I can let it go and settle in with Evernote Web and stop searching for some magical solution. I simply keep it open in a tab at all times and use it as needed. I've also experimented with opening ENWeb in its own window and using it that way. Kind of FEELS like an Evernote client that way. I slide it over to my second monitor to keep it separated from the riff raff. Good enough for me. I read a few articles proposing that us Linux users should just think about replacing Evernote with some other note application. That's lunacy, I say! Madness!
  4. Yeah, I always stick with classic when I can. In this case, if it easily fixes a bug, I'll make the upgrade. Hey, thanks again for the help.
  5. I have not tried that, so thank you for this tip. I'll try it right away and see if it makes a difference. What a nice easy fix THAT would be. The text is gone for good once it vanishes. It doesn't appear at all on my other devices. But if I enter text in EN on my phone, for instance, it will stick across all platforms. It's only in the web version where the problem exists. I'll try that beta and see if there's any difference. Thanks again. Update: Well, huh. Text seems to stick in the Beta version. That was ridiculously simple. Good call, D-in-D.
  6. Strangest issue I've ever encountered in EN. I recently installed Linux Mint on my machine and since I can't use the Evernote desktop program in there, I signed into the web. Now, whenever I add text to a note, it vanishes as soon as I surf away from that note. I mean, it's immediate. For the life of me, it seems like it's waiting for me to hit "save" or click the little checkmark like you see in the Android EN app. I'm completely stymies by this. I've searched the forum, combed through the settings and can't find anything addressing the problem of text that won't stick. I can't imagine it's a Linux thing because everything else works as expected in the Firefox web browser. Again, it looks like it wants me to save every time I enter new text, but there's no option for that anywhere. A syncing issue? I have no idea. I'm stymied. if anyone has any insight, I've love to hear it.
  7. Hope that fix sticks for you. The 'not responding' issue is Evernote hell. Some of us had to go with nuclear options. Me, I installed an SSD drive, which had worked for others. Never regretted it. Still seems like EN has been weirdly quiet on this problem, though.
  8. I went the SSD route, too, and love it still. Super fast startup and program loads and no more issue with Evernote. In spite of that, I'm still dying to find a solution to the old freeze up problem. I need closure or something.
  9. Well, hell. This produced SOMETHING. The check found old two notes with lost resources. EN tagged those offending notes so I could easily find them. Not sure if they were the buggers in question, but I deleted them completely and now we'll see. Good tips here tonight.
  10. Huh. This sounds intriguing, as well. I shall give it a try. I like the advanced help menu that comes up this way. There's some good stuff in there. I'm after "fix all notes" for the time.
  11. Hey, I was happy to try it. It's nice to find a possible fix that doesn't require me to uninstall anything, delete databases or do any of that tricky stuff that always seems to result in chaos. No harm, no foul with this little trick. Nothing broken, no significant time spent. Worth a shot.
  12. Huh. I tried this (highlighted all note and clicked ctrl+sync) but it seemed to simply sync as usual. No error reports or anything like that. Too bad, it would be great to isolate the trouble making notes in such an easy way.
  13. Interesting. I've heard it suggested a time or two that corrupted notes might be the cause. What I wonder is: how did you determine which notes were the culprits?
  14. Yep, tried all those things, plus database rebuilds and several things I've completely forgotten about. No go. Back to version 5.6.4 for me.
  15. That's nuts. I use the newest version on my machine at work. I haven't noticed any features that are so awesome that I can't live without them. Back to 5.6.4 I go. I'm sure I'll be back in here in a year or so when I forget about the issue again and go for the update. Heh.
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