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Danny Lin

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  1. If a note has created time or updated time equal to 00:00 (as local time), the "created time" or "updated time" field becomes empty in Evernote Windows. [fig. http://ppt.cc/Bc9S] Also, if a note with created time or updated time dated 06/30 in GMT but dated 07/01 locally, it shows 06/31 instead of 07/01 in the preview field. XML (enex) for test. Use time zone GMT+8: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <!DOCTYPE en-export SYSTEM "http://xml.evernote.com/pub/evernote-export.dtd"> <en-export export-date="20120701T103739Z" application="Evernote/Windows" version="4.x"> <note><title>未命名記事</title><content><![CDATA[<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <!DOCTYPE en-note SYSTEM "http://xml.evernote.com/pub/enml2.dtd"> <en-note style="word-wrap: break-word; -webkit-nbsp-mode: space; -webkit-line-break: after-white-space;"/>]]></content><created>20120630T160000Z</created><updated>20120701T160000Z</updated></note></en-export>
  2. Fair. So did it contradict with my suggestion? When I said that, I was complaining about the fact that Evernote Mobile Web can not view encrypted content, and the fact that Evernote Web cannot add or edit encrypted content, and was requesting a new feature. Don't you think that portable is important? Don't you know that sometimes we have to put up with Evernote Mobile Web for our notes with IE6 on public computers or with old-style phones? Do you know that sometimes we have the need to add or edit encrypted data while not wanting to install Evernote Windows on public computers?
  3. I could hardly catch your point, jefito. Did you mean that "Evernote is now perfect", "Evernote has nothing to be improved", "Evernote should simply get rid of users' wishes and suggestions"?
  4. I don't think so, gazumped. There IS already the feature in Evernote Web. Just create a note, upload an image, click on it, and resize it. You'll get a note with the images displayed with sizes you set and with the original copies reserved. I'm very very sure since I've been taking advantages of this feature for long. What I want is simple - adding this feature also to Evernote Windows. Since I run most of my works on Evernote Windows, it's a lot of work to sync and go to Web version just for making thumbnail views.
  5. It's a matter of cost and effect. As so far, I don't see how Evernote encryption is superior than, for instance, attachment encryption with 7-zip. For portability, the latter is available for any PC, on saving, loading, and modifying; while the former you can only save on Evernote Windows and load on a public computer. In my point of view, Evernote encryption was only good when before Evernote didn't support limitless extension of attachment. Evernote encryption doesn't need to be and shouldn't be another 7-zip. It should develop its own style, for example as I mentioned above, the full portability of decryption and if possible, encryption. I just don't know what was the purpose and the target of this function. Why cost time to develop a function with a plenty of alternatives? And why not improve it since it has been invented? Is there something I missed that makes web client decryption/encryption inappropriate?
  6. BurgersNFries: That's strange. If password protection is meant to be up to the user, why does Evernote develop the encryption function? Why not just save the time and make productive things?
  7. I'm not meaning resizing an image. I mean, for instance, to make a 1600*1200 image show as 400*300 in the note window, while on opening the image you see the original 1600*1200 one. I know there is already the feature on Evernote Web. I just don't know if Evernote Windows can do that or not. And if not, would you add this feature in a later release?
  8. Maybe we can add a configuration for users to select what notebooks be synced to the local machine? Not everyone wants every computer to have full notes. One reason is that somethings may be private and are not considered appropriate to live on all computer disks. Another reason is to reduce the disk space. Still another reason is to reduce sync time.
  9. In my personal point of view, the value of encryption from Evernote is being portable. I want something encrypted being available everywhere - on the PC, on the web via browser, on the mobile phone, or so anywhere, without the need to install a program or depack a portable 3rd-party program. I wish the encryption function of Evernote be portable, flexible, and anywhere-available. I don't use Evernote encryption currently. One of the reasons is that it's not available to decrypt from mobile phones. So, would this feature be possible?
  10. I know your point, that users could always use 3rd-party programs for encryption and attach them into the Evernote. In my personal point of view, the value of encryption from Evernote is being portable. I want something encrypted being available everywhere - on the PC, on the web via browser, on the mobile phone, or so anywhere, without the need to install a program or depack a portable 3rd-party program. Hmmm.. in this point, maybe encryption of texts is enough. Something more important than encryption of objects may be to make Evernote Web, Evernote Mobile Web, and other apps fully able to encrypt and decrypt (securely of course).
  11. Would it be possible to include todos, images, PDFs, and attachments to encryption? Just leave encrypted things out from note attibutes and image recognition.
  12. The note linking doesn't work on Evernote Mobile Web since the browser on PC or mobile phone doesn't know evernote:/// protocol. Maybe a javascript linking should be added (just as Evernote Web do), or have server rewritten the link before sending data to the client side?
  13. On each todo box meet, the highlighting of keywords is forwarded by 2 UTF-8 chars. See picture: http://ppt.cc/-_9S (search "highlight") This also happens on Evernote Web.
  14. Most applications reguards Enters as "paragraph" and creates a <p> tag on pressing it, while Evernote Windows creates <div> tags when Enter is pressed. This feature seems to make Enter create a "change line", to match the custom of Office users. However the feature can sometimes cause annoying issues once the user isn't aware that it is <div> instead of <br> being created. And it would make the content created by Evernote hard to transport to other HTML-based editors since the HTML is not "beautiful". I think it would be better if Enter simply creates <p> -- so the user will be awared about the difference between Enter and Shift+Enter. If the "change line by Enter" feature is important, adding a config for Enters to create <br> may be more preferable.
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