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Sneeky Sidebar Poem

 

'O Sneeky Sidebar...

Why do you sneek back on when I shut you off?

I would have thought by now you'd understand... (wait, I need to cough, *ahem*)

When I drag a note to my folder of choice,

You get in the way, and I want to raise my voice.

'O Sneeky Sidebar, please get out of the way,

Productive people don't have that much time in their day.

 

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gazumped    5,788

:) Nice verse - never had that problem though.  Try exiting Evernote completely when the sidebar is switched off - including shutting down any system tray icon - then log back in.  The saved setup should leave the sidebar defaulting off..  though if you inadvertently hit a function key that might toggle it on and off...

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jefito    4,222

Hmmm. I would have thought that productive people have *more* time in their day, due to being so, er, productive... :)

 

Maybe you meant people who want to be more productive, like the most of us.

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:) Nice verse - never had that problem though.  Try exiting Evernote completely when the sidebar is switched off - including shutting down any system tray icon - then log back in.  The saved setup should leave the sidebar defaulting off..  though if you inadvertently hit a function key that might toggle it on and off...

@gazumped // I tried it, but when I re-launched my desktop evernote, the shortcuts reappeared in my sidebar. I don't think I'm the only one expereincing this problem. Thanks for for you help + commenting on my post.

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Hmmm. I would have thought that productive people have *more* time in their day, due to being so, er, productive... :)

 

Maybe you meant people who want to be more productive, like the most of us.

Uh, yeah... that's not what I meant.

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