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  2. Great tip! Now please explain where in the preferences you can set this!?!?
  3. I see reminders at the top of my search results, in a separate collapsible list, at least for some cases. Seems to be if you type text that matches a tag or notebook name, which you then select, then reminders are shown. In other cases, like a plain text search, you wind up with the "Refine Your Search" line, and no reminders. For example, I have a tag "Trek", which also appears in text. If I start a search for "trek", and select the Trek tag, then I get reminders, but if I just tap on the magnifying glass, I get "Refine your search" and no reminders. Maybe a "Done" button at that point, to say that I don't want to refine it any more, or add the reminders at a lower location in the display? It's kind of awkward and inconsistent as it is currently.
  4. That's the original note. Sorry for the late reply! I thought it wouldn't highlight if it couldn't read my handwriting? Thanks
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  6. Thanks! Found"Auto-title using location" was unticked. "Auto-title using calendar event," however, was already ticked. We'll see if the combination of both being ticked gives the desired results.
  7. Agreed; The actual note looks fine in the Evernote display. >>Do you see something in the updated note that is incorrect? My testing feedback included something in the updated note that is incorrect. >>So? I don’t see the issue. I don't know the impact.
  8. If you're still waiting on support, please post your ticket number here and we can ask an Admin to chase it up. Meantime have a look in the web client - I don't recall having any major problems with shared notes, but I think I have been prompted by the web client in the past to "rejoin" a share. Failing that, is it possible to have the person sharing the note with you delete the original share and retry?
  9. Just ran a quick test. I agree found keywords don't seem to be highlighted any more. Check Settings > Notes for title options like 'location' and 'calendar event' - yours may be unticked.
  10. Another option would be to create a pdf from the paper layout, import it into a notetaking app (Goodnotes 5 in my case), take notes with an iPad + Pencil, and copy + paste the resulting handwritten notes into Evernote. To create the pdf of the paper form, simply scan it using a scanner that can create pdf-format. Any pdf can be imported as a template into Goodnotes.
  11. The search works correctly when I do it in a browser but incorrectly when using the windows client.
  12. Example: I search for Relic. Search returns notes with Relic in the title and ones with Relic in the body. However, it also finds notes with neither. The notes do not have OCR text.
  13. indeed; that worked;) Hehe; thanks
  14. So? I don’t see the issue. The actual note looks fine in my testing. Do you see something in the updated note that is incorrect?
  15. Extract the 2nd Line of the Note body based on the Plain Text of the Note Set the Note Title to the 2nd body line Insert the original Title at top of Note Body. Reviewing the content.enml file for the note I see the original Title inserted as a first line [x] The original contents are now located in a sub div level You might want to review your "insert" process
  16. @AngusSanto and @DTLow: I have a BETA solution you guys can test that will do this: Extract the 2nd Line of the Note body based on the Plain Text of the Note Set the Note Title to the 2nd body line Insert the original Title at top of Note Body. I'm still testing, but thought I'd let you guys get in on the fun. 😎 I started out using RegEx, and found 3 patterns that would work, but there can be just too much variation in how the first two lines are set (formatting, links, etc). So, I resorted to a simpler solution: Convert the HTML to Plain Text, and get the first two non-blank lines. DO NOT TEST ON A REAL NOTE. Just do a Duplicate (⌘D) of one of your target notes, and use the dup. Please let me know if this works for you and if you have any issues or desired changes (no promises). property ptyScriptName : "Set Evernote Note Title to 2nd Body Line Using Plain Text -- TEST" property ptyScriptVer : "BETA 2.0" property ptyScriptDate : "2019-05-19" property ptyScriptAuthor : "JMichaelTX" (* ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PURPOSE: • Update Evernote Note Title and Body Using HTML • Set Note Title to 2nd Body Line • Insert Original Note Title at Top of Body RETURNS: Revised Evernote Note REQUIRED: 1. macOS 10.11.6+ 2. Mac Applications • Evernote Mac 6.11.1+ TAGS: @SW.EN @CAT.Notes @CAT.HTML @type.Example REF: The following were used in some way in the writing of this script. 1. 2019-05-17, DTLow, Evernote User Forum Bulk Rename Notes with Script Editor https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/120023-bulk-rename-notes-with-script-editor/?do=findComment&comment=537798 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ *) use AppleScript version "2.5" -- El Capitan (10.11) or later use framework "Foundation" -- this may not be required use framework "AppKit" -- this may not be required use scripting additions property LF : linefeed tell application "Evernote" set oNote to item 1 of (get selection) tell oNote set noteTitle to title set noteBodyHTML to HTML content -- Retrieve note contents set noteBodyPtxt to my HTMLDecode(noteBodyHTML) set nbLines to paragraphs of noteBodyPtxt --- Extract the 2nd Line of Text --- -- (ignoring blank lines) set lineCount to 0 repeat with oLine in nbLines if ((contents of oLine) ≠ "") then set lineCount to lineCount + 1 if (lineCount ≥ 2) then set nbLine2 to contents of oLine exit repeat end if end repeat --- Replace Unusual "Â" Character with Space --- set nbLine2Clean to my regexChange("Â", " ", nbLine2) --- REPLACE INVISIBLE CHARS FOUND IN SOME HTML (like OUTLOOK 2011) WITH SPACE --- -- set nbLine2Clean to regexChange("\\x{A0}|\\x{2028}", " ", nbLine2Clean) set bodyLine2 to nbLine2Clean --- Change Note Title to 2nd Body Line --- set title to bodyLine2 --- Insert Original Title at Top of Body --- set HTML content to ("<div>" & noteTitle & "</div>") & noteBodyHTML display dialog ¬ "Note Title Has Been Revised" & LF & LF & "FROM: " & tab & noteTitle ¬ & LF & "TO: " & tab & bodyLine2 ¬ with title ptyScriptName buttons {"Cancel", "OK"} default button "OK" end tell end tell --~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ END OF MAIN SCRIPT ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ --~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ on regexChange(pFindStr, pReplaceStr, pSourceStr) -- @RegEX @Change @Replace @Strings @ASObjC --––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– (* VER: 2.0 2018-07-06 PURPOSE: Change ALL Occurances of pFindStr into pReplaceStr in pSourceStr METHOD: Uses ASObjC RegEx (which is based on ICU Regex) PARAMETERS: • pFindStr | text | RegEx Pattern to Find • pReplaceStr | text | Replace string which • May contain these RegEx MetaChars: \\n, \\r, \\t for linefeed, return, and tab $<CG>, where <CG> is Capture Group number • pSourceStr | text | Source String to be searched RETURNS: Revised String with all changes that were found. AUTHOR: JMichaelTX -- with help from NigelGarvey ## REQUIRES: use framework "Foundation" REF: 1. 2018-07-06, NigelGarvey, Late Night Software Ltd. ASObjC RegEx Change Handler http://forum.latenightsw.com/t/asobjc-regex-change-handler/1395/10 2. ICU RegEx Users Guide http://userguide.icu-project.org/strings/regexp --––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– *) set nsCurApp to current application -- Replace any backslash-n sequences in the replace string with actual character -- set nsReplaceStr to nsCurApp's NSString's stringWithString:pReplaceStr set nsReplaceStr to nsReplaceStr's stringByReplacingOccurrencesOfString:"\\n" withString:(linefeed) set nsReplaceStr to nsReplaceStr's stringByReplacingOccurrencesOfString:"\\r" withString:(return) set nsReplaceStr to nsReplaceStr's stringByReplacingOccurrencesOfString:"\\t" withString:(tab) set nsSourceStr to nsCurApp's NSString's stringWithString:pSourceStr set nsSourceStr to (nsSourceStr's stringByReplacingOccurrencesOfString:pFindStr withString:nsReplaceStr options:(nsCurApp's NSRegularExpressionSearch) range:{0, nsSourceStr's |length|()}) return nsSourceStr as text end regexChange --~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ END of Handler ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ --~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ on HTMLDecode(HTMLString) -- @HTML @Strings @Decode @Convert @Text @PlainText @ASObjC -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- (* From: Shane Stanley <sstanley@myriad-com.com.au> Date: Thu, Jun 16, 2016 at 8:56 PM To: "ASUL (AppleScript)" <applescript-users@lists.apple.com> Subject: Re: Convert HTML Text to Plain Text -- ASObjC handler is 2.03 X as fast as Shell Handler *) -- make it an NSString set theString to current application's NSString's stringWithString:HTMLString -- get raw data set theData to theString's dataUsingEncoding:(current application's NSUTF8StringEncoding) -- convert to attributed string set attStr to current application's NSAttributedString's alloc()'s initWithHTML:theData documentAttributes:(missing value) -- extract just the text set plainText to attStr's |string|() as text --- REPLACE INVISIBLE CHARS FROM OUTLOOK WITH SPACE --- -- set plainText to regexChange("\\x{A0}|\\x{2028}", " ", plainText) return plainText end HTMLDecode
  17. It really, really helps to be specific. Beyond that, do the notes that don't match have OCR text (i.e., an image with text in it)?
  18. Same facility exists in the Windows application, same method.
  19. Yesterday
  20. I am glad that search is now working again thanks to the latest Android upgrade. I am noticing two differences and wondering if others are seeing the same thing. Also wondering if there perhaps a setting that needs to be rechecked somewhere. 1) When I search on the Android app, I seem to remember that the search would not only return notes meeting the criteria, but would highlight each instance of the search term in the notes it returned. Am I remembering that correctly? On the latest version (8.9.1), search is working, but not highlighting. 2) When I create a new note, if there is an entry on my Google Calendar at that time, the default title of the note has always been the name of the meeting. That is no longer happening. The title of the note is blank. (Maybe this is by design. Perhaps most didn't find it a useful feature.) Thanks for any light you can shed. Frank
  21. My mistake. I kept sorting and sorting, but I didn't sync. After a sync it sorts fine.
  22. That's odd because the value is not stored as a date/time, just a number (number of seconds since an epoch date) It's a simple sort
  23. I've opened a ticket, but thought users might like to know. When sorting by create date (and possibly modified date) it sorts properly by the date but it doesn't take the time into account. In the screenshot you see that of the three dates for June 6, 9pm appears before noon, and then 8 am. ( (308489) Public (CE Build ce-62.3.7750))
  24. I'm currently using several elfinbooks , similar to Rocketbook, and they are holding up well. I snap images thru scanbot and send to Evernote.
  25. 200 seems a bit excessive, but I do believe in using external editors for extended features. The Evernote editor is good for basic notes; can you provide more details on your requirements. >>like the Oxford System with scribzee I use an iPad - Evernote/Scannable works for scanning/importing pages, no Oxford/Moleskin required. - I also use handwritten notes on my iPad. I use the Notability app.
  26. Hi. Am I missing something? There is https://appcenter.evernote.com/app/scribzee/android
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