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  1. Nope. Still not there. Even with Ctrl-Cmd-E or Opt-Cmd-F (both work on Mac), navigating in Evernote 10 is much more tedious and inconvenient than the elegance of Cmd-J in Evernote Legacy. Seems like such a step backwards. Not only that but it seems based on my testing that tag-based searches yield inconsistent results. Notes that I know have a tag do not show up in search but show up via navigation via mouse / sidebar. Please fix this. I've been using Evernote for 10 years and annoyed that I'm paying for a worse product and that I still have to use the legacy version to remain produ
  2. This is an old topic but I recently ran into this myself. I found the solution was to shutdown Evernote and then pop open Terminal and remove the following .plist file in your local Library directory: rm ~/Library/Preferences/com.evernote.ENAttachmentToPDFHelper.plist To be safe you could also drag it to your Desktop first or delete from the Finder. After restarting Evernote, the correct font should now be used in your image annotations. It worked for me with Evernote version 7.14 on MacOS 10.14 anyway. Hoping this helps someone else.
  3. Just set up a new Mac (MBP 2018) and am seeing the same issue. Hotkey works fine on other machine.
  4. Apparently this issue doesn't affect your monitor. I'm using a 27" Apple Cinema Display and the issue is quite apparent. Buying a new monitor is not an option. This has also already been acknowledge by Evernote's engineers as a real issue. This is a good tip. If only Evernote could apply the same rendering logic they are already using elsewhere in their own code. It really is quite astonishing.
  5. Welp here we are in May 2019 and they still haven't fixed this issue. Pathetic. For the first time in 7 years I decided to not renew my Premium membership. It is apparent that Evernote doesn't really care about their customers.
  6. After two months I followed up with support again and got literally the exact same response. I pressed further and was told that the issue is more complex than anticipated. I find it hard to grasp that a company whose bread and butter is a note taking application cannot figure out a way to make their app render note text properly. Why do none of my other apps for the Mac have this problem? So I really don't believe that response but whatever. Not a lot I can do about it other than take my business elsewhere. Supposedly the fix will not make it in the next two release cycles so I'm expec
  7. Yes exactly right. I believe it may be related to older non-retina displays. I'm on the Mac and Evernote looks perfectly fine on my MacBook Pro's retina screen. When I hook it up to my Apple Cinema Display, however, the issue reveals itself. My external display may be older but it's a beautiful piece of hardware that I dropped over a g-note on some years ago. I've changed my MacBook multiple times but not my display and I'm sure as heck not about to throw it away because Evernote no longer supports it or because it's not the "latest and greatest". It's far more likely that I will throw E
  8. Really disappointed to see this issue lingering on into 2019. I reached out to support around the turn of the year and was told they are diligently working on a fix but with no ETA. Now a month has come and gone and this issue persists. I've been a die-hard Evernote user for over 7 years but stuff like this combined with the increasing software bloat is really starting to frustrate me. I have begun evaluating several other note taking apps as a result and while I haven't found a perfect drop in replacement for Evernote, for the first time I'm starting to seriously weigh how important tho
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