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marcsilva

Option to disable Evernote-emojis

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Hi,

I would like to request an option to disable automatic emojis in the Windows desktop version.

Thank you.

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Try the following: add a space inside your emoji, then a space after,  then remove the space from inside the emoji.  This effectively disables it. 

Alternately, put it inside a code block (Ctrl-Shift-L), same result.

Not sure why you would want  to, but there you go.

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Can we have an example of the text you want to protect from the emoji please?  Is this something covered by the Tools > Options > Note dialogue?

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Here's an example: I take a lot of notes in which I outline sequences of movements, and abbreviate the doer of the action as "A:" or "D:". But typing D: forces a sad-face emoji. Every. Single. Time. And no, this is NOT disabled by turning off the auto-formatting options in Tool > Options > Note.

Forcing emojis on me to begin with is stupid. Not being able to turn them off is just a baffling UX oversight.

Frankly, it's aggravating and I'm giving serious consideration to abandoning this platform in favor of Dropbox Paper, whose formatting options are far, far more robust.

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22 hours ago, steve_shoe said:

typing D: forces a sad-face emoji. Every. Single. Time. And no, this is NOT disabled by turning off the auto-formatting options in Tool > Options > Note.

Did you try what I mentioned above:  Entering D :  with spaces between and after, then remove the space in between?

If it is too annoying to do it manually, the following AutoHotkey script can do it automatically:

#d::
Send D :{space}{left 2}{bs 1}{end}
return

Run it by pressing the Windows key followed the letter d (can change d on the first line to anything you wish).

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