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Happy Monday! I have buttons for saved searches on my Evernote application favorites bar in Windows 7. When I click the button for any of my searches, the button becomes "depressed" and I see my notes listed. If, however, I click the button a second time, Evernote displays "All Notebooks" though the button remains "depressed." Shouldn't the button "un-depress" if the view switches away from my saved search to "All Notebooks?" I went into the settings to see if "Favorites Bar Button Toggling Behavior," but, alas, there doesn't seem to be a setting for this. I'd rather that it didn't toggle at all. Or, at least toggle in a way that doesn't make me think the list of notes I'm seeing is my saved search when it is, in face, note from "All Notebooks." Am I doing something goofy or wrong? Evernote rocks. Thanks, @
EN 5 favourites bar is much more limited than the old one. I loved my nested tags, and all my notebooks could fit there. Now I'm running out of space and have to scroll up and down. Is there any solution to this?
The AutoComplete behavior of the Tag dropdown on the Favorites Bar in EN Mac 3.0.7 Beta 5 is unexpected, not helpful, and inconsistent with the AutoComplete in the Tags section on the Note. The AutoComplete on the Fav Bar searches for the first occurrence of a Tag that CONTAINS the characters that are typed. The AutoComplete on the Note searches for the first occurrence of a Tag the BEGINS with the characters that are typed. For Example, suppose I have the following Tags: Announcement Evernote EN.Mac EN.Win When I am adding Tags to a Note, and I type "en" it displays a dropdown list starting with "EN.Mac", which is exactly what I would expect. But when I type "en" into the Fav Bar Tag filter, it first selects "Announcement", which is unexpected. EXPECTED BEHAVIOR: As I type into the Tag filter on the Fav Bar, it will search/select the first Tag that BEGINS with the characters that I type. While this would be only a minor inconvenience if you have a few tags, when you have more than about 20 (I have around 200), it is a major problem since you may not even be able to see the Tag of interest without scrolling. I think it is fair to say that very few people would be looking for a Tag by typing character in the middle of the Tag name. IMO, the most intuitive behavior is the same that is used on the Note Tags field. I'm not sure if the same issue exists in EN Win. But if it does, please change both EN Mac and EN Win to behave as I describe above under "Expected Behavior". Thanks.