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We're starting to roll out Evernote for Mac 6.3 to customers. The official release notes are: New: Some people were unwittingly deleting notes by hitting ⌫. Totally our fault for not putting a safety on the deleter. So we changed the key command to ⌘⌫, which is much harder to do on accident (and is equivalent to Finder’s shortcut key). We also added a preference to disable auto-formatting of bulleted lists and emojis, for those who want a little more control. Fixed: Fixed an issue where font information was lost when copying from Evernote. Fixed an issue where URLs for web-clipped notes w
Today we're releasing Evernote for Mac 6.5. Here are the official release notes. New We changed the key command for increasing or decreasing font size. To increase, hit “⌘>” and to decrease, hit “⌘<”. This aligns with other office productivity applications and allows us to use “⌘+” and “⌘-” for a future Zoom feature. Fixed Fixed an issue where checkboxes didn’t print. Fixed an issue where tags with periods or other symbols wouldn’t be found in the tag filter. Improved initial Mac setup performance for accounts with 1000+ tags.
JCD posted an idea in Evernote for Mac Requests (Versions 7.14 and under)Anyone else have your Evernote application rendered unusable when updating to the newest version (October 2, 2016)? Error message result: It took quite a while to download all existing data (i have about 1,200 notes) and then even longer to migrate notes from an old version to the new. I would suggest not doing the update during a busy work day, or it may seriously impact your productivity. Save it for the weekend! After finally updating/migrating/synching, I got the following additional error: Unfortunately, after following the "To resolve this error..." instructions