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Intermittent but intrusive problem. I'm using Evernote Premium via the Windows client on Windows 7 Professional. Evernote client says it's this version 184.108.40.20632 (272632) Public I've got several notes with embedded PDFs which are images of scanned documents. I've configured the client with 'always show PDF documents as attachments' turned OFF so they are always visible in my notes. Browsing to a note containing an embedded PDF, and clicking on the PDF image in the notes causes the client to freeze, with the Windows 'doughnut of death' blue timer icon rotating. There is a black pop-up window where the PDF next/previous page navigation tools should be. I have to kill Evernote via Windows Task Manager. Thanks in anticipation for any help on this.
Dear Evernote: What made you stoop to embedding Genieo into my Evernote download. Shame on you. Not only is Genieo a nuisance, it was tricky to get rid of. Shame on you. I hear raves about Evernote, but no one told me that Genieo would come creeping into my computer with you. Shame on you.
I like the current feature using @myEn to store my tweets on Evernote, and have started to use it. However it does further restrict my Tweets to 133 chars (6 + space), and further constrains anybody else's tweet by a similar amount. I would much prefer the option to be able to copy and paste the embedding code for all tweets in Evernote, as I can do on most web platforms (blogs/wikis etc). Twitter also facilitates emailing an embedded tweet, which is useful in its own right, but I prefer to manage my interactions in an environment less prone to spamming, and one that gives me greater control over my content like Evernote. <blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p>@<a href="https://twitter.com/evernote">evernote</a> storing tweetsis good using @<a href="https://twitter.com/myen">myen</a> but it would be great if I could embed them, thus preserving full context + ability to RT/rep</p>— Colin Hope-Murray (@CHopeMurray) <a href="@evernote storing tweets is good using @myEn but it would be great if I could embed them, thus preserving full context + ability to RT/rep — Colin Hope-Murray (@CHopeMurray) February 15, 2013 ">February 15, 2013</a></blockquote><script async src="//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>.... just wishing