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I use Little Snitch and was using a VPN service when I opened Evernote--Little Snitch signaled that Evernote was requesting connection to the Chinese Evernote server, yinxiang.com. When I declined the connection, Evernote wouldn't connect. When I disconnected from the VPN, I got no connection request to yinxian.com. I'm in the US and am uncomfortable with data being on the Chinese server. Why? Is this a problem on the VPN side or Evernote's?
Hi Evernote I am a supporter of Evernote. This is my first time posting here. Hope it will improve the users' experience using Evernote. For Chinese language, there are basically two variants of character presentation. One is called Traditional Chinese and the other Simplified Chinese. For example, people in Hong Kong and Taiwan use Traditional Chinese and Mainland China people use simplified Chinese. Very often, Chinese users create notes from different sources of info, e.g. web pages, doc, pdf & etc, where there exists both Traditional and Simplified Chinese characters. The problem is when searching is performed. For example, the Chinese name of "Internet" can be 互聯網 or 互联网. They are in fact the same characters but in different presentation. Since Evernote treats them as different characters, only one set of characters can search the note. To users, it is very hard to tell if they should start searching by entering Traditional or simplified characters. Suggestion: Similar to google search and other search engines, users simply enter whatever type of Chinese characters and search will locate the content regardless of Traditional or Simplified Chinese. If this can be enhanced, it will be much easier to use.