I'm using the OneNote integrated to Windows 10.
This is happening every day:
- I copy something I need
- Exit OneNote
- Paste doesn't work (because I have forgotten about the bug again)
- I restart OneNote
- I copy again
- I minimize OneNote
- I paste what I needed
- I go back to OneNote
- I exit it
It is 100% abnormal to lose clipboard content on exit, why is MS doing it? I guess it is "by design" to annoy people? I cannot find any option to disable it. But maybe there is a Windows or hidden or registry setting?
Since it is abnormal (Microsoft Visual Studio or Microsoft Edge, for example, are NOT doing this, obviously or any other app I know) I'm rather stop using OneNote than to form a new habit, and waste my time to go back twice just to exit.
I don't understand why Microsoft keep making obviously bad design decisions that are inconsistent even with their own apps...