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Jeroen the Stig

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  1. On my iPhone, Evernote crashes every time when I start the app. I use similar search queries like WarrenThrush. A few examples: notebook:"!1. Pending" tag:"@Computer" -tag:.Dashboard -tag:!4-Someday -tag:!5-Waiting -tag:#Werk stack:Reference -tag:#* Before the last ios update, Evernote started up without crashing, but when running the saved search I saw the same note x times.
  2. The update makes Evernote even more terrible to work with. When executing a query that contains -tag and wildcards, for every result the same note is shown. To be more clear: when the query results in 6 notes, I see 6 times the same note in the result screen.
  3. Ah, that's why most of my saved searches don't work on IOS7. I also use a lot of -tag queries. The result of these saved searches is an empty list. It's a shame, because this bug makes my Evernote configuration (based on GTD) on my IOS device complete useless. I think it's sloppy that after the bugs in saved searches in the OSX client (see one of my threads), which has annoyed me for about 3 months, there is another bug in saved searches and search queries on the IOS client, which makes my configuration useless. The search engine is one of the core functionalities of Evernote, so I think you should test this thoroughly before releasing a new version.
  4. Just updated to Version 5.3.0 Beta 2 (401709) and the bug has been disappeared!
  5. I've created a new Evernote-account to demonstrate how to reproduce the bug. The demonstration can be found right here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=PSmkTd9jJS4 The Evernote-account contains the following notebooks and tags: Notebooks Actions (stack) Actions pending Actions completed Tags.When1-Now2-Next3-Soon4-Later Saved SearchesPending now: notebook:"Actions pending" tag:1-NowPending next: notebook:"Actions pending" tag:2-Next The saved search queries are also shown in the 'search your notes' text field in the demonstration movie. I hope there is an Evernote developer who can finally reproduce this bug.
  6. Tested the beta version, but I still have incomplete results from saved searches (http://discussion.evernote.com/topic/38550-incomplete-results-from-saved-searches-since-evernote-51/#entry208595), which is very, very annoying.
  7. Finally, I found how to reproduce this problem. I also reproduced the problem with another account. To reproduce, you need to setup your evernote something like this: Notebooks Actions (stack) Actions pending Actions completed Tags.When1-Now2-Next3-Soon4-Later Saved SearchesPending now: notebook:'Actions pending' tag:1-NowPending next: notebook:'Actions pending' tag:2-NextPending soon: notebook:'Actions pending' tag:3-SoonPending later: notebook:'Actions pending' tag:4-Later I have a couple of notes in my 'Actions pending' notebook, which are tagged by one of the tags as described. In Evernote, I show the tag lists in the side bar and the view I use is the side list view. Now, when I click on a tag in the tag list, for example '1-Now', I see all the notes that are tagged by '1-Now'. After that, when I click the saved search 'pending now', the note list is empty. When I click another time at the saved search 'pending now', I see the notes that are tagged by '1-Now' and are stored in the 'Actions pending' notebook. When I click on another saved search, the list of notes is empty. So, it looks like it has something to do with the combination of tags and saved searches.
  8. Another drawback of the tag editor window compared with the side bar: - Long label names are cut off after 23 characters, so for my project tags (yymmdd <project summary>) I miss the context of it. Am I the only one who finds the tag editor window awkward? In my Windows 'era' I never used this window, because new tags where directly added to my notes. Now I'm forced to use it because otherwise I cannot edit the tag hierarchy tree.
  9. By the way, is this the correct manner to report a bug in Evernote, or is there a bug report tool available, something like Jira?
  10. I'm using OS X 10.8.3, and Evernote version 5.1.3 (401263). I've noticed this bug since the version where the vertical list view is replaced by a horizontal list view (5.1.0 I suppose?) This is one of my saved searches: notebook:"!1. Pending" tag:"@Computer" -tag:.Dashboard -tag:.Idea -tag:!4-Someday -tag:!5-Waiting -tag:#werk
  11. Since Evernote 5.1 I have some problems with my saved searches. Sometimes Evernote is some kind of 'state' that when I run two or more saved searches sequentially (from the search bar or shortcuts), the second time (and subsequent times) the results are incomplete or there are no results at all. The workaround I use when the problem occurs is that I first have to click the 'clear' button before I execute another saved search. I don't know how to force Evernote into this state of broken saved search results, so unfortunately at this point I cannot describe how to reproduce the problem. Are there more Evernote users who have experienced the same problems?
  12. Since I've switched from Windows to OS X, I'm missing a feature that I used a lot when I used Evernote on a Windows PC, namely editing the tag tree hierarchy in the side bar. I'm using Evernote for GTD, based on The Secret Weapon, which means I have a couple of tags, like pending projects, finished projects, reference tags etc. During my GTD weekly review, I usually drag some tags, such as project tags, between my main tags. On the mac, I first have to open the tag editor to drag the tags to another place. I think editing the tag hierarchy in the tag editor is too cumbersome: - Hierarchy of tags is messy when there is not enough vertical space - All tags are collapsed by default. The side bars stores which tags are expanded - When there is a tag in the side bar I want to move to another place, I first have to open the tag editor, find the tag by expanding the tags, and move it to the right place. Hopefully, Evernote will implement this functionality for the mac users.
  13. Mac user here. The view I like the most is the Horizontal List View. I use Evernote as my primary GTD system, so in my setup it is very important to have a clear overview of my notes, inclusive the title, the name of the notebook and the tags that are attached to my notes. In the horizontal list view I can display all these columns, in the vertical list I can't.
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