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Tweaked the More menu icon to match its look on other platforms. It’s the little things.
- Pasting into a numbered or bulleted list would remove the list text between any images. This was less than ideal, but on the bright side, we fixed it.
- Turning bold text off then pasting something into a list would turn bold back on. We really like bold, but that’s taking it too far.
- Pasting text into Evernote from a coding text editor messed up the formatting, but it should be smooth sailing now.
- When you pasted bulleted lists from Word into Evernote, the bullets didn’t line up the way you expected. You could say it was a big mess.
- If you annotated an image using 2-byte characters (for example, Chinese or Japanese characters), the annotation would look garbled. And that was no help to anyone.
- When you restarted the app, any words you’d added to the dictionary would be flagged as misspelled. Opps! Wer’e sorrry abuot taht!
- If you shared a note with someone in your Evernote Business account, the sharing list unhelpfully showed you their UserID instead of their name. We’re looking at you, user #24601.
- If you shared a business notebook from an “invite-only” space, it wouldn’t show up in the Move dialog box, but we took care of that.
- The About dialog layout looked all wrong in languages other than English. And that’s not what it’s all about.
- We also fixed a few specific issues that might have caused the app to crash, like quickly clicking multiple notes in the note list. But that’s all in the past
- Sometimes the app wouldn’t respond if you were editing a note with five or more attachments, but now you can throw everything you want in there.
- You might have wondered what the “Attachment Status” field in the note info list meant. It showed you when images you attached to a note were been scanned for handwriting recognition, but it didn’t apply to Office docs and PDFs (because they’re not images). That was confusing, so we changed it to “Image Status” instead. Hopefully that clears things up.
- Sometimes the app would crash when it should have been syncing, but no more.
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