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Evernote for Mac 7.7 Mac


Evernote for Mac 允許您在任何使用任何設備或平台找到最方便的信息捕獲信息,並使這個信息隨時隨地訪問和搜索。使用 Evernote 記錄筆記,創建待辦事項列表,剪輯整個網頁,管理密碼和錄製音頻。添加到 Evernote 的所有東西都可以跨平台和設備自動同步,並且可以搜索。 Evernote for Mac 甚至可以識別照片和圖像中的印刷或手寫文字.

Write
從短名單到長篇研究,無論您的寫作形式如何,Evernote 都會讓您專注於將這些創意從靈感轉移到完成.

Collect
輕鬆收集所有重要的東西。抓取網頁文章,捕獲手寫筆記和捕捉照片,隨時隨地保持項目的物理和數字細節.

Discuss
將您的工作與幫助您完成任務的人員連接。與世界上任何一個人進行實時溝通,協作和分享,而不用離開印象筆記.

Present
通過展示您的工作進行快速有效的會議。不需要建立幻燈片,只需點擊一下,你的筆記就變成了一個漂亮的屏幕友好的佈局.

注意:需要印象筆記帳戶和 64 位處理器。有限的功能.

也可用:下載印象筆記為 Windows

檔案版本 Evernote for Mac 7.7
檔案名稱 Evernote.dmg
檔案大小 57.5 MB
系統 Mac OS X 10.11 or later
軟體類型 未分類
作者 Evernote Corporation
更新日期 https://evernote.com/
軟體類型 2018-12-20
更新日誌

What's new in this version:

Evernote for Mac 7.7

Improved:
- You said you love Dark Mode, so we’re polishing it up to make it even better
- We made a few tweaks under the hood so you can now type faster than ever
- We’ve made it easier to see if something isn’t right when creating notebooks. We don’t like error messages any more than you, but wouldn’t you rather know?
- So, you like centering text? We brought back the keyboard shortcut to make it easier for you
- Now when you export notes as a backup, it won’t include the ones in the trash. Because you probably trashed them for a reason, right?

Fixed:
- We took care of a few annoying issues with Dark Mode.
- Sometimes the app wouldn’t let you add a table to your note. But we unplugged it and plugged it back in and now everything’s working again
- When you merged notes, their images sometimes wouldn’t come along for the ride, which was a little embarrassing
- When you created a new account, the links to our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy weren’t working


Evernote for Mac 7.6

New:
- We’ve upped our support for macOS Mojave to include (drumroll, please)… Dark Mode! Yes, it’s finally here. Welcome to the dark side

Fixes:
- We made a whole bunch of accessibility improvements to the app, because nothing should stand between you and a great idea
- We tweaked the login screen to match our new look and feel. It’s the little things
- We fixed a few specific issues that were getting in your way, mostly related to annotating images and playing nicely with Mojave


Evernote for Mac 7.5.2

New:
- Are blank notes getting you down? Say hello to templates. Now, when you create a note, you can format it with one of 30+ templates. Stay tuned for more.

Improvements:
- We’ve cleaned up the More Options menu (“…”) so it’s easier to find the actions you use most.
- To make upgrading effortless, we added a button to the toolbar. We promise it won’t bite, but don’t worry, you can always remove it if you’d prefer.
- Since we recently changed our appearance (does this color make our sidebar look big?), we tweaked our background colors to match.

Fixes:
- We fixed a problem where you wouldn’t see a note snippet if the note hadn’t synced properly.
- If you had more than one line of text highlighted when you tried to remove a link, all the links in the note would disappear. We’ll admit, that was taking things too far.
- Now and then, loading web views would cause a crash, but we fixed that.
- Sometimes, annotating a PDF would cause a crash, which was a big fail.
- The app would sometimes crash when checking for updates. Since updates are healthy, we put a stop to that.
- 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.
- The app was forgetting your Shared with Me column widths after you closed it, which is probably not what you expected.
- Shared notebooks weren’t showing up in your Shared with Me list. And notebooks deserve love too.
- Triple-clicking one line of copy pasted in front of text on another line would break the list. But that’s a thing of the past.
- If you added Japanese characters to a bulleted list, the formatting would look weird, which was unfortunate.
- If you had 2-byte characters in a table (for example, Chinese or Japanese characters), adding a bullet point would break the table. And only WWE wrestlers should be allowed to break tables.
- Underlining couldn’t be removed from text in a table, which wasn’t helpful.
- Turning bold text off then pasting something into a list would turn bold back on. We really like bold, but that’s taking things too far.
- If you pasted bulleted lists separated by paragraphs from Word into Evernote, the gaps would disappear. You could say it was a big mess.
- Pasting data from Excel into Evernote needed a table upgrade, but there was no way for you to do it. That was an embarrassing oversight on our part.
- Pasting text into Evernote from a coding text editor messed up the formatting, but it should be smooth sailing now.
- Occasionally, changes you made to a note, including moving it to a different notebook, wouldn’t sync. Things should be back to normal now though.
- Occasionally, dragging a note from a space to the trash folder would cause the app to crash, but that’s no more.


Evernote for Mac 7.5.1

New:
- Are blank notes getting you down? Say hello to templates. Now, when you create a note, you can format it with one of 30+ templates. Stay tuned for more.

Improvements:
- We’ve cleaned up the More Options menu (“…”) so it’s easier to find the actions you use most.
- To make upgrading effortless, we added a button to the toolbar. We promise it won’t bite, but don’t worry, you can always remove it if you’d prefer.
- Since we recently changed our appearance (does this color make our sidebar look big?), we tweaked our background colors to match.

Fixes:
- We fixed a problem where you wouldn’t see a note snippet if the note hadn’t synced properly.
- If you had more than one line of text highlighted when you tried to remove a link, all the links in the note would disappear. We’ll admit, that was taking things too far.
- Now and then, loading web views would cause a crash, but we fixed that.
- Sometimes, annotating a PDF would cause a crash, which was a big fail.
- The app would sometimes crash when checking for updates. Since updates are healthy, we put a stop to that.
- 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.
- The app was forgetting your Shared with Me column widths after you closed it, which is probably not what you expected.
- Shared notebooks weren’t showing up in your Shared with Me list. And notebooks deserve love too.
- Triple-clicking one line of copy pasted in front of text on another line would break the list. But that’s a thing of the past.
- If you added Japanese characters to a bulleted list, the formatting would look weird, which was unfortunate.
- If you had 2-byte characters in a table (for example, Chinese or Japanese characters), adding a bullet point would break the table. And only WWE wrestlers should be allowed to break tables.
- Underlining couldn’t be removed from text in a table, which wasn’t helpful.
- Turning bold text off then pasting something into a list would turn bold back on. We really like bold, but that’s taking things too far.
- If you pasted bulleted lists separated by paragraphs from Word into Evernote, the gaps would disappear. You could say it was a big mess.
- Pasting data from Excel into Evernote needed a table upgrade, but there was no way for you to do it. That was an embarrassing oversight on our part.
- Pasting text into Evernote from a coding text editor messed up the formatting, but it should be smooth sailing now.
- Occasionally, changes you made to a note, including moving it to a different notebook, wouldn’t sync. Things should be back to normal now though.
- Occasionally, dragging a note from a space to the trash folder would cause the app to crash, but that’s no more.

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