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  1. It's been three months since your post. I just spent a frustrating 10 minutes trying to make Evernote stop automatically formatting my data as lists. I had that option disabled before upgrading and now this and all the other options have disappeared. What's the timeline? When can we expect a fix? And why was that "Home Screen" thing that no one really needs given priority over something this basic? I've been using Evernote for over 10 years and the past few years it feels as though functionality has been going backwards.
  2. Consider yourself lucky! As I just posted yesterday, my display was just fine ... until suddenly it wasn't. I'm using an LG 2560x1080 "ultra-wide" monitor but I doubt that the monitor brand is relevant.
  3. This just started happening to me. I upgraded to 7.10 a couple of weeks ago. Running MacOS High Sierra. The problem started right after I opened a second window and viewed Notebooks in both windows so I could move some notebooks from one folder to another. After closing the second window and switching back to my default view I noticed the jagged text. Tried switching fonts, font sizes, no luck. Tried quitting and restarting Evernote. Characteristics: text looks fine when viewing on my MacBook Pro retina screen but is jagged on my larger 2560x1080 monitor text in the sidebar (black background) looks fine but both the list of notes and individual notes look awful opening a note in a new window looks fine I appreciate everyone's posts and am quite disturbed that this problem was reported 6 months ago and is still not fixed. Note: I just removed Evernote. I couldn't find a copy of 7.5.2 anywhere so I downloaded a fresh copy of the latest version and installed it. I figured that since it had been working, I could go back to before it broke. No luck. Still broken. :(
  4. Recently the web clipper started saving multiple articles sometimes, even though they don't appear on the same page. I put up with it when it saved a single follow-on but today it's saving a dozen articles in one, and I can't figure out how to tell it to do otherwise. I looked at the Clipper settings but no luck there. The latest example: http://greenbooks.theonering.net/quickbeam/files/121001.html, which is a film review for Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring. When I try to clip it as a simplified article, the Clipper saves the content of 15 web pages! One or two might be construed as responses to the article, but it's also clipping a book review of the Hobbit and lots of other unrelated articles. I'm attaching an export of the note (minus the images). I'm using Evernote for Mac Version 7.4, Chrome 68.0.3440.106, and Evernote Web Clipper extension v 7.4.2. I tested with Firefox and had the same results. I then tried Safari and it concatenated 18 pages! I'm guessing this was created as a feature for clipping multi-page articles, but it's broken. If it can't be fixed, then please give us a way to turn it off. Thanks, Donna GreenBooks.TheOneRing.net™ | Out on a Limb | MOVIE REVIEW — The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring.html
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