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  1. Well, it's fixed now. Everything displays as normal. Not sure what happened but I did nothing here to fix it.
  2. Great idea. I just downloaded and installed Seamonkey. Same problem. This is very bizarre.
  3. So I'm the only one this is happening to? I'm certainly willing to admit it's a local issue but I have no idea what's causing it. Evernote is pretty much unusable at this point since even the search box is something I can't click in.
  4. Nope, Java update didn't help. I don't know how long it's been like this but for me, it happened yesterday and today.
  5. I'm installing a Java update now to see if that's the problem.
  6. OK, what am I doing wrong here? It displays poorly in Chrome, IE and Firefox! See images below of top left corner.
  7. Thanks for the info. Perhaps a family option will be available in the future?
  8. I'm a Premium user but my wife and children are basic users. How can I get them to be Premium users as well and I pay for all of it? If I understand Evernote Business, it allows employees to share with each other in more dynamic ways. How can this be set up for a family while we each retain our individual, personal accounts?
  9. For now, I'm just photographing items and emailing them to my Evernote.
  10. I am truly bummed that I can't use Evernote. That was one of my main reasons for searching out a smarter phone than the one I had. And now I can't use Evernote for mobile. I'm stuck with the desktop version as I have been for 3 1/2 years. I know it's not your problem, I'm just venting. The Motorola MB300, the phone I have, is not listed as a supported device for the Google Play store which is where the Evernote app is, right?
  11. Just got an MB300, my first modern smartphone! Immediately went to download the Evernote app and found, much to my dismay, that the Google Play store is not compatible with this model, the MB300. Just my luck. Anyone know of this issue or of a workaround?
  12. (Evernote user since June, 2009) I just came here to post that many times, I don't feel like organizing. I'm a piler, not a filer, and my physical desk shows that. On my left, I've got about 10 CDs that I've either listened to recently or will listen to soon. Right behind me, I've still got vinyl records out that I listened to three days ago. Also on my desk are some rocks from the beach trip last week, a hammer, condiments, and a whole lot of odds and ends. My point is, I'm typically an unorganized person, and I'm ok with that. Sure, there are periods of time where I get real organized, but it only last so long. This is where Evernote comes in. I made a habit early this year that whenever paper came across my path, whether it be a bill, a notice, an account summary, artwork from my children, a photograph, a letter I received, or daily stuff like business cards and handwritten notes, ALL of it gets scanned immediately and it goes in Evernote. I keep a file on my desktop and once I scan an item, I save it to that file and Evernote imports it automagically! So, I don't tag much in Evernote these days, nor do I keep many notebooks, but stuff does go in there, A LOT, and when I need it, I do a quick search and can bring it up. And then, occasionally, I'll go in and file it. Just the other day, my wife asked for an old water bill. FOUND IT! Evernote rocks.
  13. So, I think you all will love this one. (oh, and BTW, sorry I haven't posted in a while, just haven't needed to) Recently, I've been doing tons of work at discogs.org, cataloging music releases and loving every minute of it. So, I got the bug of documenting things and learned more about the work of the Internet Archive.. Known best for their Wayback Machine, they are also in the business of archiving non-copyrighted materials. So, guess what I've been doing? I've been searching my house for old materials that are in the public domain and scanning them, page by page, and then uploading them in one big PDF to archive.org AND simultaneously uploading them to Evernote. Just another way that Evernote and the Internet Archive can help me, and all of us, and the world, AND future world citizens. Books that were previously not available on the internet, are now available to internet users WORLDWIDE and not only to them, but my future generations because I also cataloged in Evernote which they will get when I die.
  14. Excellent, thank you. I sync every day, so that shouldn't be a problem. I have no unsynchronized notebooks. I will backup that file onto a DVD, good idea. Thanks!