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AdrianBrancato last won the day on September 22 2015

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  1. I'm not having the problem, yet, on my iMac 2019 running Mojave 10.14.5 and EN Premium, 7.10. But, my other iMAC (Mid 2011) running High Sierra 10.13.6 started having the problem just this morning. Running EN Plus 7.10.
  2. I am entirely in favor of supporting top-to-bottom format for logging. I would hope that EN acts on these requests for a quick way to scroll to the bottom of a long note, as I would hope that they allow choice of Thumbnail images and the ability to search for punctuation. That said, my current workaround for the problem of quickly locating the bottom of a note is to suffix it with the characters: zzz. Simple and effective. Still requires far too many keystrokes but it can work. I would hope that EN continues to improve its core product.
  3. I depend on accessing my notes, all of them, whether on or offline. The download option used to work a lot better. Seeing Evernote paraphernalia hawked by what should be a serious business software company makes me wonder about the Team's priorities. http://www.theverge.com/2016/2/1/10890562/evernote-market-shut-down-moleskine-notebook-2016
  4. Thank you, I was careless. I'll proceed to the proper forum
  5. 08-30-16 I'm at version 6.8 URL drag/drop is still not fixed. This is a real nuisance to my workflow. Also, search for punctuation characters, still not possible. Also, control of thumbnail selection, still not available.
  6. In my case, after simply deleting the Contact then restarting Mail seemed to fix the problem. Every email that displayed as being from "Evernote Upload" was now from "Me". Thanks a bunch!
  7. Enable user-selectable thumbnail images. I know this is an "old" topic, and the recent post is now "locked". But I find it incredible that in these past years all we get from Evernote is that their algorithm picks a thumbnail by the "largest, smallest dimension". Besides being unnecessarily difficult to understand and nearly impossible to work around it seems that such an algorithm serves little or no purpose for the user/customer. Simple suggestions: - Allow the user to right-click on the image and select "Make Thumbnail" - Simply take the first image in the note and make it the thumbnail.
  8. I didn't take to it at first either, but on import EN swallowed my entire 8K note hoard quickly and smoothly. Some others I tried, like SimpleNote, literally choked part way through. Apple's Notes accepted all of my data but then the web interface would crash each time I tried to do a search. EN is tough, and from what I've seen very careful with my precious data.
  9. Oh, I agree completely. This seemingly simple feature has been overlooked for too long. Digital Hoarder? Did you really say, "Digital Hoarder"?? Guilty as charged! LOL Another peeve of mine is EN's inability to accept punctuation marks as valid characters in a search string, but that should be a different post.
  10. Whoa! That was quite a leap, from irritation to outright rejection! ;-) I have accumulated nearly 9,000 notes, from 1997 when I started collecting digital notes on my Palm PDA. Through those years I have been forced to use some pretty sorry software from major vendors. Then I "went over to the white side". I've used EN since 2011 and I've seen no reason to switch. It has handled the heavy volume of data without a hiccup.
  11. I am a Mac user, latest OS X and latest Evernote. I tried just that: resizing images inline in the note. No amount of resizing seemed to have any effect on the selection of thumbnail image.
  12. "Thumbnail override option" is definitely a LONG OVERDUE request. I am amazed (and frustrated) that apparently EN hasn't done a thing to address this obvious oversight.
  13. If punctuation is included in a user's search string why not default to a character level search? A warning could be displayed along with a progress bar. Or, the search type could be left up to the user as a choice of "indexed or unindexed". At the very minimum, a message could pop up to tell the user that the punctuation will be ignored. I have about 7,800 notes (19MB of data). As lame and incomplete as Apple's Notes app may be I can still do a 1 second search for punctuation, such as ??? (three question marks in a row, indicating to me a question that requires an answer). The speed is the same on my iMac and my iPhone and iPad. Evernote just sits there. Why?
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