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  1. I'd definitely pay for a continuous yearly subscription if there was an official Linux client. All the Premium features I don't care. Even if there was just a Linux client with Basic account features, I'd still pay the Premium price. (Yes, I have tried the unofficial Linux clients. With very bad experiences.)
  2. Updating the password seemed to be quite easy and painless. After reading the blog post I changed my email from the web client. Then updated the OS X app and iOS app. No problems. BUT the Android update was a fail. It said that I should reset my password even though I already had reset it and successfully logged in with the new password with the other clients. So I created a new password yet again in Android but then I get a message saying the password is wrong... huh, how can a new password be wrong? Well it turned out the dialogs were off. They told me to reset but actually it just wanted me to log in. But after I log in it asks a password again and this time I'm not sure if it wants me to create a new password or just log in (again)? I ended up signing out of all the clients, making yet another password in the web client, and logging in. This solved all issues. Except for some reason signing out of the Android client deleted all cache and now I have to wait for a full sync (looks like it's going to take an hour). I don't understand why logging out removes the cache. This didn't happen on iOS.
  3. Seems like developer token's were also reset. Any idea how Evernote stored the tokens?
  4. I'm considering switching from iPhone to Android and I'm currently testing how well my day-to-day apps work with Android. I just installed Evernote for this cheap low-end Android phone I'm using for testing (a 2010 model running an ICS custom ROM). What can I say? Boy does Evernote run smooth! I would have never expected this kind of performance. Especially on a device like this. Compared to my iPhone 4 the difference is huge. The iOS version stutters and lags all the time when scrolling but the Android version just flows! Kudos to the Evernote Android team! This is some exemplary programming!
  5. Every 15 minutes... sounds like you are getting them on each sync then. (You have 'sync automatically every 15 minutes' turned on?) I get the leaks when I start the app and with each sync. I have submitted a ticket about the issue. It might speed things up if you submitted another one http://evernote.com/contact/support/
  6. I have this issue too on OS X 10.6.8 and Evernote 3.3.0 (300201). Upon starting I get around 750+ lines of __NSAutoreleaseNoPool() leaks Every sync produces another 30-100 lines.
  7. I encountered a similar problem today. I attached pictures to an old note with the OS X version of Evernote. A couple of hours later I updated the iOS version to 4.3 from Appstore and launched the app. After that Evernote synced an old version of the note on top of the new one. I went to the desktop version to check and it just started to sync and now the old version was there too. So now I have only the old note and have lost all my edits. I am not a premium user. However there were less than 8 hours between my edit and the disastrous sync so even the history would have not saved me. I have already filed a ticket to support.
  8. Just updated to official 3.2.0 and the bug is gone. Thank you for fixing this!
  9. That is so not a fix. It's exchanging a bug to a security hole. BTW, why is the Activity Log always empty? It used to be full of debug info. It seems like ~/Library/Logs/Evernote is also not used anymore... why not? I'm running OS X 10.6.8 Evernote Version 3.1.2 (257203) edit: Perhaps of relevance: I'm running a multiuser system. My normal user account does not have admin rights.
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