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rimboma

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  1. Only the last one seems like a remotely legitimate point...
  2. Selfexplanatory. Latest Firefox, Windows 7 x64
  3. Have you signed a contract with manufacturers trying to push 32:9 displays? In the main notes view the notebook title bar takes over 20% of screen space. It doesn't get much better than that when I view a note.
  4. It sees only my notebooks created many months ago. I was trying to point it to a newly created 'clip' notebook. Fedora 20 64b Firefox 26 Edit: Aaand it does now. After few computer and firefox restarts. The attached t-ing information has been acquired after it started working. evernote_troubleshooting_logs.txt
  5. There will be no official client for Linux, so a sensible thing to do is push for improvement of the web-based interface. To do this you need to state specifically, what features you'd like to see introduced. To me everpad is even less useful than the current iteration of web evernote.
  6. I change my plee then. From 'make a linux client' to 'donate a handsome ammount of money to NixNote project'. I'll be monitoring evernote's blog
  7. +1 for Tag Cloud! Problems with the current implementation: Tags list gets longer than browser windows size AND user has his often used tags starting with late alphabet letters => cumbersome, frequent scrolling. Tag groups callapsed by default and have to be switched to callapsed state after expanding to preserve space. Lack of the ability to review tags at a glance. Lack of the ability to quickly access most often used tags. Assigning a child tag does not tie a note to the parrent tag. No prioritization of most often used elements - what is this? 90's?
  8. @jefito Ah, I see. Let's leave the cross-platform thing. I was simply trying to stir up some feathers I would also like to thank BurgersNFries for the NixNote tip. BTW, is there some sort of a reference table comparing Web based evernote vs desktop evernote vs NixNote?
  9. I was merged into it? Is it a word play or is it just me who see the topic as REQUEST: Evernote for Linux? Without native (not via Wine) version for linux it's hardly cross-platform. Also I'd consider rich web applications a sign of company keeping up with the trend. Ask Mozilla - - - One more thing - my opinion on desktop clients for cloud services. What's the point? What's the point of having a cloud=really_mobile service if you need, as I'd call it, a stationary (desktop) client. Are users really expected to run around and install client applications on every computer they use? Here's where web based version fnctionality scope comes into play. IMO maintenance and offline storage features should be the only features that differentiate web based versions from their desktop counterparts. And while I haven't compared the desktop evernote client to the web version it seems to me the web version is pretty functional. Some other services I won't name went some pitiful way sporting not much above what one would regard as logging in and viewing. From my experience a shining example of how an interface of a cloud service should look and function like is http://www.mediafire.com/ I just hope evernote will go the mediafire way so the topic won't even be needed
  10. It seems this very topic has just became the official REQUEST: Evernote for Linux topic +1! It's worth mentioning that by developing multiplatform applications a software company demonstrates that its development process is modern and flexible
  11. Can someone please point me to the official linux client request topic?
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