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  1. Stilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll waitinggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggg
  2. It really doesn't help when evernote keeps ***** up so many things that this gets pushed to the bottom. And the feature itself was one that few realized was there until just before it was taken away. Seriously, Evernote.... You had a GREAT feature here! It was much better than using standard speech to text that cuts you off in mid-sentence, you can't make a list from, and there is no audio backup file as there was in the evernote feature that was IMPORTANT! Think about it! You're driving, you make your note. You pause and it stops and you have to restart speech to text again. It gets ug
  3. Thanks for the tip. I tried this and it does work somewhat. But the pasted portion is cut off on the right and I have to click the + sign in the top left to make it wider although there is plenty of room to the right. If I copy an extra column on the right, paste into word, copy from word, and paste into evernote, then it looks right. Bizarre way to go about it. A real PITA that doesn't need to be there. But hey, thanks for finding a workaround. Since then it's gotten a little better I think. Hard to be certain. I just don't get why the change was made in the first place. Before, I could
  4. Hey. Just an FYI - I just went into the settings and made a few changes and now it's back to working right. Not sure which it was and I'm not gonna waste my time trying to figure it out for them. But here are the changes I made: TOOLS>OPTIONS (Note...I have the "show advanced options" box checked) 1.) Under General I unchecked "Enable Beta features and updates"..... I have turned this off several times in the past. Apparently it turns itself back on when each new version releases. BAD JUJU there. Reminds me of another complaint I once made.... When an update rolls out,
  5. Using full version app on Windows and having the same problem. If I double click the note to fully open it, everything is there. But it isn't appearing in the panel on the right as is usually the case. Just started yesterday. Version 6.9. Never had this problem before. Not sure how an adblocker or extension would impact a standalone full windows app. Win10 creator's edition. This goes along with a gripe I posted a long time ago. It seems like everything is always in Beta anymore. You never get a completed piece of software with the bugs worked out by beta testers. They just roll th
  6. For a long time I could copy the cells in an excel spreadsheet and paste them into a note and it looked pretty much mostly like the spreadsheet. It kept the cells, the lines, and even the colors. Now when I go to paste the same thing from the same file, instead I get just plain text. Formatted scrunched up and otherwise a mess. This is annoying. Why do I want to do this? I keep the spreedsheet embedded in the note so I can open it in excel and edit it as needed IF I HAVE TIME TO DO ALL OF THAT. But often I just want to glance at it to look at something. Account numbers, phone nu
  7. I do love a good, friendly debate. :-) You make some good points but there's a few things I think you haven't considered. First, the voice being used by these companies is just different. They aren't even worried about the ability to make a list. Right now their focus is to at least get the words chosen right and to keep it from cutting out while speaking or even totally failing to work. They have a LONG way to go before they'll be able to make a list of items with pauses between them as you think about what you want on the list. It's just not on their "to-do" list. Nor is keeping a backup au
  8. Wow. That's not very forward thinking. When the feature came out, no one told me about it. I stumbled onto it by accident. It's likely that few people even knew it was there. Then it was removed right when people were getting used to taking notes and such by phone. But the difference in the way it worked made this actually practical whereas other speech to text options do a horrible job of helping compile lists and they're very frustrating. Marketed properly it could be a big boost for evernote since you could actually make a list by voice that didn't include having to hit the button 20 times
  9. Still waiting. When will the devs recognize that the text to speech feature that was built into evernote was NOTHING LIKE the OS versions? It continued to listen, through pauses and all. And provided an audio note as a back. No more repeating, deleting, etc. It was beautiful for making lists which is what evernote is for. It was NOT ideal for simple messaging which is what the OS versions of text to speech were good for. Why do software manufacturers, void of new and exciting ideas, start REMOVING perfectly good and working features just to "refresh" the app? This trend is driving me nut
  10. Recently I started to keep an evernote To Do list on my desktop on the right side. It's a narrow note and I have it running the full height of the screen. It's nice to have there. But I got to thinking how much nicer it would be if I could eliminate the taskbar space with a "minimize to tray" option that would just let me bouble-click the evernote icon in the system tray to bring it on top without taking up the taskbar realestate. Or have the option to reverse that and single click to bring it forward and double click to bring up the evernote app (even better implementation). Also, if I could
  11. For the record, evernote's implementation of speech to text was FAR superior to the standard speech to text feature, The built in speech to text in the phones cuts you off in the middle of sentences with the slightest pause, frequently refuses to work at all, and provides no backup audio so if after 3-4 times the text is wrong you have to stop and type which is terrible when driving and trying to speak a to do list. Evernote's speech to text remained on, until you stopped it. And provided backup audio. I could tap the icon, say what I needed, pauses and all as I thought, and then stop it and n
  12. Unless I'm missing something , speexh to text disappeared from the android app. This was thr single most usefuke feature for me. What's up with that ?
  13. Still there. Win 7 Professional w/ evernote 4.5.4.x Been over a year now since the first report. Any movement on it?
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