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Why when I use Evernote on my iPhone am I not able to view the cursor when I am typing using the keypad? The cursor is typing on the page underneath the keypad or somewhere out of screenshot and I can't see it. If I move the screen and then start typing again, the cursor again disappears and the page moves. This problem comes and goes but it is incredibly frustrating! Has anyone else had this problem? Please help!
At the moment I have a Notebook with 7 notes inside. The Android, online and Windows versions of Evernote see and show this number, but the desktop version only shows me 2 notes that i can interact with. I've tried deleting the Notebook and starting over, but I've fallen into this same problem again. What is the problem?
Is there a way for me to show the "invisibles" or the "document source" while I am editing the body of a note? Given that some notes may have some incumbent formatting (imported from OneNote, copied in from an HTML doc, etc) it is not clear what the document formatting for a particular line, character space, etc is -- I would love to be able to see, control, and troubleshoot why a section of content is not formatting properly. I have tried to use the "SIMPLIFY FORMATTING" but for several cases, it did not work. EG: take a note that exists in EN that has formatted HTML on it. Try to paste in some text (flattened in TEXTEDIT or TEXTWRANGLER) at the top of the note and I would expect that "plain text" would flow across the width of the open window. It does not. it appears to flow within a cell of a table that is about 100px wide. It's like there is a hidden table there. Now, I can scroll to the bottom of the same doc, paste in the same text, and it will flow as expected across the whole screen. Copy and paste that text to the top of the screen again gives the constrained column effect. So, If I was in MSWD, TEXTWRANGLER, BBEDIT, etc -- I can see the "hidden" characters. If I was in a browser, I could select "show source" and get the insight on what coding was behind the scenes so that I could see where certain formatting was happening. Is this possible in the text editor section of EN (mac)? TIA .. Giant Mike