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  1. What? There is NO way to manage linespacing? Although the tool uses it? FACEPALM
  2. Was adding to an older note (on my MBP) using EN 7.03 Had highlighted all the text, and was looking for the right way to set the line spacing uniformly - clicked on what looked like a line space option, but that was an actual line - so the entire page disappeared and all I had was a single line across the document. Did command-Z right away, nothing happened! Note gone. WTF!!!! I quickly picked up my phone, switched it to airplane mode, and copy-pasted the destroyed note into a new note - but all the edits I'd made on the laptop were gone. This is sh*t functionality - anything should be able to be undone.
  3. Yep, it's useless. Don't f*ck with my pictures unless I want you to. FB has a moronic photo suggestion too, as if I pathologically *have* to share every f-ing picture I take. And I think Google cooked up some retarded film roll "feature" that wanted me to look at a strung together sequence of pics I had from the past week. Made no sense. Absolutely retarded intrusive and annoying as an auto feature, maybe good if I actually request it.
  4. I agree, just saw this on my Android device, and I don't want any bleeping photo review done by EN, just go away. All I want is a shared note taking workspace that doesn't intrude on my user experience. I can't find any setting to turn this sh*t off, will check on my MBP if that has more options. IDIOTIC "FEATURE"!!!!
  5. Please come up with a way to set the default font on iPad - I really dislike the default sans serif font - let me change it!
  6. Evernote team - come on! Reply! I have an iPad3 as well, bought that on the launch day, bought Evernote almost immediately after I got the iPad a week later - that version of Evernote handled zooming when taking pictures inside the app. Subsequent updates to Evernote removed this feature so now I have to take pics in the regular iPad camera app, zoom there, then add those into Evernote from the library. Is this change an Evernote screwup - or - as I suspect, another Apple screwup where they refuse to let apps interact with their hardware? Can someone clarify who owns this idiotic feature rollback?
  7. Hi. I guess I missed your two posts. I edited my last one with an answer to your email/posts. Does this help? As for my the kanji in my *****le, I am in a quandary there. It is dense with kanji now, so it is understandable by both Japanese and Chinese speakers. Alternatively, ご機嫌斜め could be used, but it sounds a bit too cute. I'll give your suggestion some thought. Or, maybe I should get rid of the Japanese entirely ヒント: 日本人に対して、きみが使っているSIGは読みづらいだろ。どう見ても中国語の使いすぎ。
  8. Put simply, my daytime job is to analyze software - my past includes being the CTO for a few software firms - so, yes, I know how to work around implementations arising from uninformed use cases. Trying to help you understand actual use cases. Why po-p-u-late Evernote with rubbish that I don't need? This Apple trend is disturbing enough without developers doing their darnedest to be "helpful" - you're not. Give me an in-app setting to give me control over the language used in the app - clear enough? PS - getting really tired of this idiotic web site - what is wrong with the word p-o-p-u-late? This is clearly run by children... BTW, can I get a refund for Evernote?
  9. 機嫌の悪いサル would be a more normal way in J-a-p-anese to write "grumpy monkey" - your sig is too kanji-dense - might make more sense to write that way in Chinese
  10. Hi. Welcome to the forum. I don't understand your comments about *****anese. Could you explain it again? I use *****anese and Chinese in my account, and I guess I don't see any problems with how the languages are handled now. We do have language control. As for the font control, I'm looking forward to it The forum recently underwent an update, so it looks like some parts of words are getting mistakenly flagged as obscenities. Thanks for reporting it. I will alert the obscene authorities. If everybody in a company uses J-a-p-anese it's no problem - but when I forward Evernote creations to someone else - subject headers and other lines have various J-a-p-anese content wrapped around them - and others in the company don't understand that. So, I want J-a-p-anese language support, but I also want to be able to set the app UI to English. Right now Evernote's language is locked to whatever UI language setting I have on my iPad. Life isn't that simple - please come up with a language setting at the app preference level. I hope this made it clearer. Hi. I am still not clear about what Japanese content is wrapping around what Evernote content. I have the language on my iPad set to Japanese. The application, of course, defaults to this language and all of the icons within the application are in Japanese. However, I emailed myself a note to see if the recipient would be able to tell what language I was using, but as far as I can tell, there was nothing in it in Japanese. The header was clean and so was the message. Could you attach a screenshot? Since the iPad doesn't leave any trace in the "sent" messages box of emails sent from the image viewer (thanks again Apple) - I'll have to retype. The app should default to iOS UI language setting, yes, but there should also be an option to set it to whatever within the app. This is a shortcoming - and probably goes back to the ever-present Apple approach to make apps as dumb as possible. Seriously, since this is controllable app behavior, can we have an "advanced" setting option somewhere, where these settings can be adjusted?
  11. Hi. Welcome to the forum. I don't understand your comments about *****anese. Could you explain it again? I use *****anese and Chinese in my account, and I guess I don't see any problems with how the languages are handled now. We do have language control. As for the font control, I'm looking forward to it The forum recently underwent an update, so it looks like some parts of words are getting mistakenly flagged as obscenities. Thanks for reporting it. I will alert the obscene authorities. If everybody in a company uses J-a-p-anese it's no problem - but when I forward Evernote creations to someone else - subject headers and other lines have various J-a-p-anese content wrapped around them - and others in the company don't understand that. So, I want J-a-p-anese language support, but I also want to be able to set the app UI to English. Right now Evernote's language is locked to whatever UI language setting I have on my iPad. Life isn't that simple - please come up with a language setting at the app preference level. I hope this made it clearer. Since I can't attach screenshots from an iPad (thanks Apple) - shoot me an email and I'll send you a screenshot of the issue - if you still don't get what I'm talking about.
  12. While on this topic, since this is probably handled by the same Evernote product mgr and developer, I want a language display option somewhere in the setting - I use J-a-p-anese for my iOS devices, but this doesn't mean that I want to give up UI control at the app level. With shared productivity apps like Evernote, there is a lot of J-a-p-anese "wrapped" around shared content that others in my company can't read. This is flawed thinking by Evernote (and many other iOS apps) but is a result of monoglot Anglo product managers and developers. So, give us font and language control! (PS - I had to go back in and edit this post since the utter fools who run this site thinks that J-a-p-anese is a bad word - now it is clear why the app is f-d up in the language area)
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