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Chantal Leonard

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[Edit 8/6:  we've released a hotfix to version 7.3 which addresses an issue we noticed with some shared notes not loading if you're a business user. Link below has been updated, and you can check updates for the latest.] 

Hi Folks - 

Version 7.3 is now generally available. Please download it here, or check for updates.  We'll be ramping up distribution slowly - look for the same update in the App Store in a week or so.    

The team's really excited about all the improvements we've loaded up in this release including many bug fixes and the added the ability to quickly access your shared content via our new "Shared with Me" view.    

Thanks,

Chantal and the rest of the Mac Team

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Version 7.3 

New:

  • Now there’s one easy place to find everything that’s been shared with you, including notes and notebooks. It’s a new feature called “Shared with Me,” and it’s in the sidebar below “Notebooks.” We think you’ll love it.

Improved:

  • We’ve made some improvements to search and you can now sort by relevance, so you can see the things that are... well, more relevant to what you’re looking for.
  • We tweaked the way notebooks are highlighted in the sidebar when you open them, to make it easier for you to navigate.
  • You can now use a forward slash when renaming your attachments. It’s the little things, right?

Fixed:

  • The “Go To Mac Forum...” link in the Preferences menu didn’t actually take you where you wanted to go. But we stopped and asked for directions so now you’re on the right path.
  • If you dragged an image to your desktop, it would show up as a text file instead. Your pics deserve better, so we cleared that up.
  • Tags used to be case insensitive, so you couldn’t create a lowercase tag if the same tag existed as uppercase. But we sent them to sensitivity training and now you can have it both ways.
  • We’re doing a better job of remembering your settings when you close the app. In particular, the note list column and expanded card view will now stay just the way you like them.
  • Now and then, you wouldn’t be able to expand or collapse items in the sidebar, which was kind of embarrassing.
  • Somehow, tags weren’t appearing in your side list view. But we sorted it out.
  • Previously you couldn’t drag notes or notebooks to the very bottom of your shortcuts list. Now you can put them wherever you like.
  • Annotating an image would scale it back to its original size. You probably zoomed in for a reason, though, so we changed that.
  • Sometimes the app would crash right after you installed it. Since you only get one chance to make a great first impression, we fixed that.
  • Dragging and dropping a notebook could sometimes cause a crash. “Drag and crash” isn’t as much fun, but it’s all good now.
  • We’ve also fixed a few specific issues that might have caused the app to crash, like interacting with the Formatting preferences pane and the Font selection panel, or using a saved search. But that’s all in the past.
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13 hours ago, Chantal Leonard said:

You can now use a forward slash when renaming your attachments. It’s the little things, right?

Is there a shortcut for German keyboard?

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On 8/4/2018 at 6:48 PM, HerbyDE said:

Is there a shortcut for German keyboard?

I believe the point is that you can now use the character / in names of attached files when renaming them. It's not a keyboard shortcut.

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On 8/4/2018 at 8:29 PM, nicolml said:

Not really sure what you're looking for exactly, but this article shows some handy shortcuts for Evernote for Mac. 
https://help.evernote.com/hc/en-us/articles/208313358-Keyboard-shortcuts-in-Evernote-for-Mac

What good are those, if you are not using an American keyboard? Ok, some are fine, - but others are incredibly cumbersome or downright impossible to use on non-American keyboards. Like ⌘ [ and ⌥ ⌘ {. 

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17 minutes ago, pgdahl said:

What good are those, if you are not using an American keyboard? Ok, some are fine, - but others are incredibly cumbersome or downright impossible to use on non-American keyboards. Like ⌘ [ and ⌥ ⌘ {. 

Macs allow us to set keyboard shortcuts to any combination.  
If you're not happy with "⌘ [ and ⌥ ⌘ {", change it to a different combination.
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16 hours ago, DTLow said:

Macs allow us to set keyboard shortcuts to any combination.  
If you're not happy with "⌘ [ and ⌥ ⌘ {", change it to a different combination.
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I know this, you know this. Most users won't know this.

It does not change the fact that some of Evernote's keyboard shortcuts are non-functional for a large group of the users out of the box. I would say that it is bad design, but it is probably just complete ignorance. 

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@HerbyDE or @pgdahl, please file a ticket with our support staff with detailed steps to reproduce so that we can address the problem. Feel free to also DM me with steps to reproduce and I can file a bug too. 

http://help.evernote.com/

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Someone told me to report bugs in the release discussion, I assume this is the right place? 

Attached is an example of todo/bullet issues I'm experiencing. I hit 'enter' and no additional bullet appears. I hit backspace, and then the preceding bullet disappears.

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Em 06/08/2018 at 09:54, pgdahl disse:

What good are those, if you are not using an American keyboard? Ok, some are fine, - but others are incredibly cumbersome or downright impossible to use on non-American keyboards. Like ⌘ [ and ⌥ ⌘ {. 

 

You can change the shortcuts by going to Preferences > Keyboard > Shortcuts > Application

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