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  1. I would like to have a "fullpage" view of PDFs in Evernote for Windows. Currently the PDFs are always scaled to full width (see the upper view in the attached image). Therefore i always have to scroll down to read/see the whole page of a PDF. I would like to have the option to see the whole page of a PDF at once (see the lower view in the attached image).
  2. I run Evernote fullscreen on my secondary display. If I reboot my Mac (telling it to remember open windows), when I log back in, Evernote opens in fullscreen but on my primary display. This happens every time. I have to take it out of full screen, move it over to my secondary display then re-enable fullscreen mode. Other apps that I run in fullscreen on my secondary display don't have this issue and always open up on the secondary display. Is this a bug in Evernote? UPDATE: Just realised you can easily reproduce this issue by quitting Evernote, and re-opening it, you don't have to reboot the Mac.
  3. This bug happens when you are using multiple monitors with Evernote in fullscreen. If you are active on the primary display and evernote is open in fullscreen on the secondary display and you were previously editing a note the blinking cursor remains there. This can be misleading to the user where the user believes they are active on Evernote on the secondary display when they are not. eg. A user is using Evernote (in fullscreen) on one display and using Safari on the other. When the user goes to edit the note the typing will actually be happening on the safari window and not Evernote like the user may think. This is just throwing me off thought I would let you know.
  4. I am running several Spaces with some FullSceen Apps on them. If I am trying to cut somthing out from a FullScreenApp with Evernote Cut-Out, Evernote 5 Beta 2 is switching back to a regular Space without a FullScreenApp on it. The cut-out is working fine on any App which is not FullScreen.
  5. Just started using Evernote and love the way it sorts (ala Mac Mail) in non-full-screen mode, but when I flip over to full-screen mode there doesn't seem to be a way to get that 3 column view back. Am I missing something or is this actually not possible? Thanks!
  6. This just happened recently: Whenever I enter full screen in Evernote, whenever I open a note, it opens a non-fullscreen window version of the note (as opposed to the fullscreen window, which it's supposed to do), and it then kicks me out of the full screen space, and won't let me back into it. The only way out of it is to quit the application. If I try to Cmd+tab back into it and click it real fast (before it boots me out of the space), the program usually crashes. I wiped out the preference file in ~/Library/Preferences but the bug is still there. This is EXTREMELY annoying. Updating the app didn't work either. What do?
  7. It used to be you could easily see the tags a note had in snippet, list, or thumbnail view. You could even edit them after just one click onto the desired note. Snippet view was the best because you could see a shortened list of tags on every note without clicking anywhere. But since you only have one view option in fullscreen you can't do that anymore. I think Evernote should add all three views back into fullscreen, but give each of them an update for the interface, just like the one they have now. But most importantly I think they should show a list of the tags of every note on the thumbnail. Maybe in-between the title and content, like they are in snippet view. It would save me and hopefully many others a lot of time by not having to double click to check tags.
  8. For most of the consuming notes function, the fullscreen mode in Lion is great. It keeps your notes handy and also keeps Evernote out of the way of the rest of the apps. However, if you've become used to creating notes in-context with other work by using the hotkey to open a new note in the space you're working in, fullscreen just doesn't work: the new hotkey-created note opens in the fullscreen window, not in the space where you're working. Would it be possible to have the hotkey start (or be consumed by?) a new process ("Evernote Note Helper" or somesuch) that allows you to create a note in your current space?
  9. When viewing a note in fullscreen on Lion, there is no Print option in the toolbar. Yes, I could go up to the Menu bar, but that's hidden and isn't immediately visible. I would love to see a print function in the toolbar of a note viewed in fullscreen.
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