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I've been using Evernote for years. This morning I noticed that my list view is not available, so I cannot browse different notes using the list view.  I can use card view or snippet view, but these viewing styles take up more screen real estate than I prefer. 

 

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You've pulled the note pane up over the bottom of the list view. To remedy, shut down Evernote completely (File / Exit), go into the registry and find the Evernote key (should be HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Evernote\Evernote) and edit the value named "ListViewHeight". It's probably a small number like 40 decimal or thereabouts. Make it 200 decimal. Restart Evernote.

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Hoping someone can help.

 

While in the list view, i used the resize handle that sits between the list of notes and the and the currently viewed note. I shrank the list view box, such that only part  of the top note in the list is visible. When that happened, the resize handle disappeared, and no longer can be used. So the list view box is stuck with only one partial note visible. I tried exiting out and restarting, etc. no luck.

 

Has anyone run into this? or know how to get the resize handle back?

 

Thanks,

Pat K

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F11 (View / Show Note List) won't work in this situation. You can see the list view header peeking out from behind the note panel.

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Check.  See it now, my bad.

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Thanks very much. This too fixed the problem for me. I hope Evernote fixes this issue soon. No one should have to edit the registry to fix a software problem with an application that could have a limit installed to prevent this from happening.

 

Thanks though for such a quick response, and an accurate fix.

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yes this is definitely a problem. I will have to apply the fix a second time today, as I can see that the list view is out of view again.

 

please fix

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The regedit solution worked for me.  Wow.  I thought folks were exaggerating about the bugs in Evernote - this one's hilarious!  I'm half evangelist, half piss-taker, having lived through this one - its a corker!

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Hi I am a newbie and not tech savvy either.  I do not find  this "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Evernote\Evernote"  on my Windows 7 Home edition.   Can you please help?  Thank you in advance.

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The registry fix didn't work for me at first.  I eventually noticed a few Evernote processes running.  Killing them allowed the change to ListViewHeight to take effect.  Find them by opening Task Manager and switching to the detailed process view.

 

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The registry fix didn't work for me at first.  I eventually noticed a few Evernote processes running.  Killing them allowed the change to ListViewHeight to take effect.  Find them by opening Task Manager and switching to the detailed process view.

 

 

I referred to this in my post:

 

You've pulled the note pane up over the bottom of the list view. To remedy, shut down Evernote completely (File / Exit), go into the registry and find the Evernote key (should be HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Evernote\Evernote) and edit the value named "ListViewHeight". It's probably a small number like 40 decimal or thereabouts. Make it 200 decimal. Restart Evernote.

 

File / Exit in the Evernote application will shut the whole thing down, including the "hidden" processes; at least that's what it's designed to do, and does for me. Much easier than going through Task Manager (even though I have the equivalent Process Explorer running all the time on my machines).

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Type regedit in windows search from the start menu.  Editing the registry can be dangerous so proceed with caution.

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