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I really enjoy Evernote and it is my note/thinking tool of choice. However, I regularly take audio note recordings at meetings to complement my typed/written notes. Audio notes help ensure overall note accuracy and can help validate questions or concerns when others question what was said in any given meeting. I would absolutely love to see options for controlling the speed of playback on audio notes. This would allow users to gain back many minutes when relying on audio notes for transcribing. Nothing crazy, either a global setting in Evernote to select a preferred playback speed or, even better, a control in the playback UI to allow selection on individual notes (since cross talk and background noise can be problematic at times - playback speed on a note by note basis would be better).
I had just created a new note and had entered about half of it (maybe 25 lines) and I accidentally hit some key combination that made the controls (menus, icons, etc.) all disappear and the text scrolled up so that only the last couple lines were visible. By cursoring up I was able to get the rest of the text to reappear. But the controls remained missing. The page was completely blank except for the text I was editing. So I copied the text and pasted it into a text editor (just in case) and then refreshed the page. The page re-displayed the regular interface with notes listed on the left, my note on the right. Fortunately, nothing was lost. Unfortunately, I don't know what keys I hit. I was just typing along, could tell I mistyped, and then bam. Running Chrome 38.0.2125.104 m on Windows 7 Home Premium, SP1 x64, 8GB ram.