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Hi I use Windows Ink Workspace a lot on my Microsoft Surface Pro 4 device. It's a very handy way to quickly make simple sketches. I'm not able to do this in Evernote. So I have two questions: When will Evernote will be more like Onenote when it comes to making sketches? Devices are ready and made for this nowadays. I can not share my Windows Ink Workspace sketch to Evernote when I click the Share button, even though I installed the Evernote app. I have to Copy/Paste it. Can Evernote create this Share To function, or make Microsoft put it on their To Do list? Best regards, Roderick
reubengann posted a topic in Evernote for WindowsI use Evernote on a Surface Pro 2, which has a Wacom stylus (not capacitive). I can write into the desktop app using an Ink Note. It's great! Only scrolling is basically impossible in this mode. The scroll bars have been made far too narrow to get a finger on, and swiping in the note draws a line. The only real way to scroll is to use the stylus itself as a mouse, which is still quite difficult, or to use a mouse scrolling capability. Any chance of a fix here? I don't suppose it's possible to have it write only with the stylus and recognize the finger as scrolling, is there? Win 8.1, Evernote 184.108.40.2064
I recently got a Surface Pro 3 and have been looking forward to using it with Evernote. The biggest barrier to that right now is the annotations editor is doing something awful to my handwriting, to the point where it's unrecognizable. If you've ever used an art program with a smooth-stroke option that's exactly what it looks like: pen strokes with the smooth setting on max. I'm used to using Evernote with my Wacom Intuos attached to my desktop. That doesn't have any issues with the editor. I've attached two handwriting samples to show you what I mean (I'm sorry they're not inline images, but for some reason they're gigantic.) Handwriting with Surface pen. Handwriting with Intuos pen. Does anyone know what's going on here?