easilydistracted 4 Posted December 8, 2011 Share Posted December 8, 2011 I'm pretty sure this is not possible because notes are stored in the db, not as individual text files but I am open to workarounds. Here is my problem...At work we have windows xp workstations. We are not admins and that's not going to change. Also, we don't have assigned work stations and while they are networked they don't really take advantage of this option. To keep your stuff accessable you really need to keep it with you, not on the network. I don't have the internet and I cannot install Evernote for Windows. I have an Android phone and I can connect it to the computer via USB and use it as a mass storage device. I'd like to be able to add and edit notes from one of those computers, taking advantage of the full screen and keyboard for longer more complex notes (no a BT Keyboard is not an option). I'd also like to avoid having to import and export all the time.Ideally I'd be able to access notes directly through the file system and edit them as rich text or even just plain text.If that's not possible having a folder on my Android that watches for new text files and converts them to notes would work, at least for creating new notes.Another possibility would be a portable version of evernote for windows that I could install on a thumb drive or on the SD card in my phone. Any suggestions? Link to comment
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