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Hey all,

I primarily use Evernote to hold all my RPG notes and stuff. Typically I code it in HTML and then copy it into Evernote so it looks nice and pretty. This has worked great up until the last update where I'm suddenly getting random line breaks throughout the document where there shouldn't be one. When the page first loads in, these line breaks aren't there (picture 1). Once I save the page and move onto another one, when I go back to it, it's added these line breaks in (picture 2). How do I make these line breaks stop happening? This never happened until I updated Evernote and suddenly it happens on every single page. Some of these random breaks are so bad that it makes the page unreadable, making using it completely worthless to me now. 

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It should also be noted that when I delete these lines and try to re-synch the page, it appears to work and looks fine until I go to another page and come back to it. At this point, the lines are there again as if they never went away.

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Hi.  Which version of Evernote do you have?  6.7 just got released,  and there's another beta in the works - best to update to the latest version (if you need to) and post in that release thread if there are issues.


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Sorry for the late response, I was expecting to get an email or something when a response was sent.

I'm using the newest update, and am still having the same problem. I'll post there, thanks.

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