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When I type, I get a putt putt and stutter for no reason. Please help me fix the lag delay, it's just an uncomfortable experience. Windows 7 Desktop Client Latest version of Evernote Trash is empty Restarted machine after reinstaling Logged out of client and back in (but I didn't restart in between) Plenty of free space available on the SSD (60.8 MB Fixed 16.1 GB free) Evernote Debug was not helpful either Options appear to be configured correctly, doesn't look like a sync issue I tried to optimize database Help > Optimize (after holding down CTRL) but no luck Here is a snippet from my activity log - any ideas? 02:11:36  Command line: "C:\Program Files (x86)\Evernote\Evernote\Evernote.exe" /Task:NewNote /Hide 02:11:36  GA: Failed to send event (error: Unknown error 0x800C0005) 02:11:36  GA: Failed to send event (error: Unknown error 0x800C0005) 02:12:02  GA: Failed to send event (error: Unknown error 0x800C0005) 02:12:06  GA: Failed to send event (error: Unknown error 0x800C0005) p.s. - I do not wish to use the web client
[Disclaimer: I have tried to find a proper way to report bugs and failed. "Help & Learning / Submit a request" tells me to "Please submit a ticket" but doesn't say how.] Greetings. Copying and pasting in code blocks has been flaky as far as can I remember, but after I updated from 6.4 to 6.6 it has become almost unusable due to formatting being destroyed. I was unable to find a way to paste text into code blocks while preserving the font. Make a new note. Click "Code Block". Type "abc abc abc". Select any fragment of that line. Ctrl-C, Ctrl-V. In Evernote for windows: observe how the font has changed. In the browser-based client: not just the font, but also the general line height changes (e.g., if you paste text into the second line of the code block, the first line moves vertically). On a related note, pasting text (into notes in general) contaning newlines is also buggy. In the desktop client: Copying a full line (including EOL) from a note then pasting it back does not insert the newline. Copying a full line (including EOL) from another app (e.g. Notepad) then pasting it into a note inserts a double newline. Pressing Ctrl-Z (Undo) after that moves the cursor to an unrelated location.