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  1. Dear Community, having tried the German Google+ community in vain I am imposing myself on you and do hope for your help. I am well into retirement age and as am I am finally trying to get some better understanding of Evernote, having stored in the order of 5,000 notes currently (after some purging). BtW :Evernote latest version on Windows 7 and 10 as well as Android / German version Evernote synchronises beautifully, however the "activity log/protocol" found unter help has given me some concern because of an error reported which I fail to understand 20:20:53 [11052] 0% Failed to save item style: {"color":"#fc483d","guid":"AEDB1C18-12D6-4466-9B08-2286F30AC97D","style":["bold","underline"]} 20:20:53 [8604] Client synchronization finished, status: complete My supposition is that Evernote wants to tell me that one of my notes has a formatting problem. Am I right in this way of thinking? If so, how can I find the note? Is AEDB.... the culprit? As I certainly do not have a note of such a title/content and as my search abilities in Evernote are still woefully limited I'd very much appreciate any tips to solve the mystery. Thank you so much.
  2. Evernote is near perfect for what I use it for. Absolutely love it. However, two things really limit how I want to use it. Please consider these added features; 1. The ability to stack stacks. At least one extra level in the notebook filing system. 2. Identify where an A4 page change would exist, so that when a note is exported to pdf or printed I can adjust the formatting so it does not cut paragraphs and tables.
  3. Is there a way to add code such as $>this code block right here it would be super useful since I store my programming notes in here. I don't want to change the font size and indent everytime. If this isn't available please add this on. I know many others would benefit. Also, if you guys could team up with Beaker Notebook since they have the coding version of this. If you could collaborate with them it would be HUGE!
  4. Hello, I use Evernote for school, so I'm a little panicked about this. I was looking at my screen ad I saw that there were two copies of my assignment notebook. I decided to delete one and, as a result of what was clearly a bug, it deleted my entire assignment book with the extensive list of what I had due for the next couple of days. If anyone has a solution, please tell me! I really need to have that back. Thanks so much for reading through this. Nick
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