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5 hours ago, Mata Hari said:

I could not import ENEX
Is my backup lost?
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A popup window says: EN unexpectedly quit etc 

Someone else may have an idea of troubleshooting this.

My preference for export is HTML format, instead of ENEX
There are separate files for each note, the file is readable by any web browser app, and I can fix html errors

 

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1 hour ago, Mata Hari said:

Could I use Time Machine?

Yes, it's possible to restore Evernote data from a Time Machine backup.
We can do a full database restore, or retrieve individual note data.

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DTLow, you said above -" Yes, it's possible to restore Evernote data from a Time Machine backup.
We can do a full database restore, or retrieve individual note data."

Can you elaborate on how we can retrieve individual note data from a Time Machine (or full database .enex) backup without doing a full database restore?

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1 hour ago, skkippy said:

DTLow, you said above -" Yes, it's possible to restore Evernote data from a Time Machine backup.
We can do a full database restore, or retrieve individual note data."

Can you elaborate on how we can retrieve individual note data from a Time Machine (or full database .enex) backup without doing a full database restore?

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Time Machine is a data backup process.
You "enter the Time Machine" to access the files
You need to know the location of the note files

 

 


For myself; the database is stored in folder:    /Users/david/Library/Application Support/com.evernote.Evernote/accounts/www.evernote.com/1156250
-  The contents of each note is stored in a folder596115096_ScreenShot2018-11-26at07_57_48.png.2334b8b1e983444188a5b5d01dd3e1e2.png
- The screenshot illustrates a specific note  
   (I use a script to identify this folder)

 

>>or full database .enex
afaik   We can't access individual note data in the .enex file

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7 minutes ago, Mata Hari said:

I do not have this structure. There is only com.EvernoteHelper  and under it there is a log file only

 The EN team has made EN to a trap since it is not easy to recover backup

The EN team has made it easy to identify your database location1647705301_ScreenShot2018-11-26at09_06_30.png.02a15d7f8c079b44b439f5006f6e2d40.png
Hold down the option key and click
Help > Troubleshooting > Open Database folder

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