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I have tested this manual procedure a few times, and it seems to work. The notes (after importation) are not editable at the least...
1. Export the note(s) to a place where you can easily find them (computer desktop). 2. Open the notes in a text editor 3. Search for the section (near the end) that includes <note-attributes> 4. Copy a <content-class>xxxxx.xxxxx</content-class> somewhere before </note-attributes>. The API suggests that you use something company specific. I use my name. 5. Re-import the note to Evernote Is there an easier way?
@kvitekp, thanks for the tip about the key mapping utility idea. This behavior is on EVERY computer that I use, and my impression is that I have not installed anything on any of my machines to make this so widespread. I frankly do not fiddle with my keyboard mappings. WinXP tells me I have the standard 101/102 Key keyboard plugged into the keyboard port. Other machines have USB keyboards, etc.
Is there an "Evernote Registry" that "lives" in the installation? That is, is there a place where these "hard-wired" keymappings live?
@dlu - I am using 4.5.4 on this computer, and this has been happening for me since the 3.x days. Until now, tagging has been a low priority, so I always right-clicked and chose Tag Note... from the pull down menu.
@jefito - I will look into that. I disregarded that as a concern because the error message is an Evernote-specific error box (with the Elephant icon and everything). My experience has shown that missing software errors are usually Windows dialog boxes.
Ctrl- Alt - T has some different behaviors in the other programs I use (Chrome opens a new tab, Outlook wants to print in memo format, etc.).
This one is a head-scratcher. Is there an .ini file that I can try to decode or something?