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Mike Wood

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Mike Wood last won the day on July 1 2012

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  1. Seems a great improvement on the previous - which was unusable due to corruptions etc.
  2. This registry entry works well in the windows client, but its a shame the other clients seem to take no notice (web & ios).
  3. It's missing there is no method, as far as I'm aware, other than using the EN web client in something like the puffin browser app.
  4. Added lost ability to select multiple TAGS (16)
  5. To be honest I couldn't find how this feature works/worked... Am I right that you have to edit the tags as if you are are about to delete one? In any case I'll add it to the lost features list.
  6. @cwb I think you have to revoke all the application passwords not just one.... Which is a pain.
  7. Do you use Outlook? I have found having disabled the EN com add-in that I no longer have these visual issues.
  8. @alba63 To be honest most of the missing features have returned plus we have several very impressive features we didn't have before. Personally I now only really miss two features: 1. Filtered places view. Rather than seeing all your notes on the map you could filter for a specific tag like house hunting or restaurants. 2. Thumbnail image view which would give you a thumbnail for every image in a note not just one.
  9. 1 LOL 2 I think this is expected behaviour, probably waste 5 minutes a year though!
  10. Not a dumb question. It should work. Holler back here if it doesn't. Works. Very polished, what I hoped for, but didn't expect! Well done.
  11. OK looks good.... BUT stupid question. If I turn on 2fa will I be able to issue an application password so I can continue to use EN version 4.4.0 on IOS?
  12. @gazumped Agreed re Outlook 2003 hence why I was ignoring. Obviously Outlook 2010 with Windows 7 (64bit) must be quite common. I don't really feel I can report it until I nail a sequence of events that causes it. I was interested to see whether anybody else has experienced this, they may not have realised EN is in some way responsible.
  13. This is a problem I had been ignoring. About six months ago my Outlook (2003) started playing up all of sudden various visual elements wouldn't appear or scroll properly. If you exit Outlook and re-load all is well again (it might occur 2-3 times a day). I wasn't sure it was EN until today, I set up a new client on EN using Windows 7 and Outlook 2010. Two hours later he was complaining of the same issues. I have disabled the Outlook EN COM Add-in on my PC and his and the problem seems to have disappeared. Any thoughts?
  14. @Grumpy MS updated their license agreement to allow transfer see here http://blogs.office.com/b/office-news/archive/2013/03/06/office-2013-retail-license-agreement-now-transferable.aspx
  15. Here's to a Microsoft/Google style 2fa solution for EN then! Fingers crossed! :-)
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