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Hi Evernote, Can you give any insight on the Evernote text engine? I've heard that it was different on each platform, and not from a unified Latex or other standardized text engine. When I try to add chemical formula names like C3H8O I notice that Mac App Evernote doesn't always handle subscripts all that well. Usually it works, but sometimes I have to fight the app. Even the block of text between these two chemicals is acting weird with their formatting. Copy/paste these these two propanols and try to delete the blank space to see if you have the same issue. C3H8O C3H8O Any insights? Any hope of an easy fix? I use PopClip and TextSoap a lot! thanks, Stephen
Hi! As a chemist, I use Evernote almost everyday. I find it very helpful in keeping electronic copies of my research notebooks via the document camera. So far, Evernote has also added a whole new dimension to keeping a research notebook authentic simply by adding the location and timestamp to each note. The tag and searching features are also very helpful in finding notes that are share the same reaction, procedure, etc. There is one thing, however, that I think that would make things so much easier for me. My hand-written notebooks are usually not sequential. If I am running multiple reactions on a given day, it is often hard to finish writing up a reaction procedure, workup, etc. on the next sequential page. I would find it very useful, if Evernote could incorporate a "Thread" feature, in which one would be able to easily link the previous note and the next note from the current note you're working on (see attachment). Moreover, it could also be nice to be able to search by these "threads" so you can find just another way of grouping them together within one notebook. Workup_of_KBB0366__67_-5.pdf