Copying and pasting modifications -- getting rid of that extra "space"

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Kirk E. Miller | Forum Activity | Posted: Sat, Jun 20 2020 9:17 AM

When I copy and paste material from Logos into Evernote (where I keep my exegetical notes), it always adds a space (like " ") before the quoted material. So if I copy "God is good," it pastes as " God is good." This is obviously super annoying because then I have to delete the space every time if it's the beginning of a new paragraph, which is almost always is, because I use bullet points for my notes.

Anyways, anyone know how to get rid of this or why it's doing this?

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Kirk E. Miller | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Jun 20 2020 10:02 AM

I should add: It seems like this may be more of an issue with Evernote than Logos. When I copy and paste in Word, I don't have this issue.

Also, I didn't describe the situation as accurately as I should have in the original post:

When I copy and paste into Evernote, it doesn't always add a space before the pasted content, but only when I have content immediately before the curser where I've selected to place the pasted material.

So, like if I place quotation marks immediately before where I intend to paste the quote (as one would want to do, so the material is surrounded by quotations marks), it adds a space after those quotation marks / before the pasted content, so that it looks like this, " God is good." If I just paste the material with no quotation marks before it, then it pastes just fine. It doesn't add a space. But then I have to go back and add quotes. Not a huge deal obviously. But over time, finding a solution to this would save me time.

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