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  3. Thanks for the help but the open file location just wasn't there. I also did a search on my entire C drive and no evernote.exe was found. Curious. I uninstalled and installed again and now it's in the program folder. I have no clue what was the case but it's ok now
  4. Version 7.11 will support 10.12: Evernote 7.11 - http://cdn1.evernote.com/mac-smd/public/Evernote_RELEASE_7.11_457846.zip
  5. Me either. Been playing for an hour. Ain't the Forums great? 😄
  6. Just returning to this, as I am still noticing when I print notes with tables, the text is center aligned. On the screen, it is top aligned. I've confirmed it in the note settings: Cell Alignment/Align Content to Top. How can I have the text actually print top aligned?
  7. That's the wrong folder. You want "C:\Program Files (x86)\". The " (x86)" part is important. You found the Evernote folder in the Start Menu? Opened that up to see the Evernote shortcut? RIght clicked on that to show the "More" menu item, and then clicked on that? That should open to a submenu that says "Open File Location". This is what I see: So ok, just find the shortcut that you use to start Evernote wit, right-click on it (not the one in the Start menu), and select "Properties....". That should tell you where Evernote is.
  8. It's not in de C:\Program Files folder. If I right-click in start menu I don't get the option "Open file location". That's the weird thing. I just can' find it but it starts up.
  9. On my computer, it's located at: C:\Program Files (x86)\Evernote\Evernote. Try there first. You can also locate it in the Start Menu, right-click on it, select Move, then "Open File location" That will bring up a File Explorer window containing a Windows shortcut for Evernote. You can right-click on that, select Properties, and that will tell you where the actual executable is
  10. My opinion: if you have 50 shortcuts, then they're no longer shortcuts; they's JustOneMoreDoggoneThingTM to manage and navigate through (I subscribe to the 7 +/- 2 rules; any list of 10 or more items is a sign of trouble). The Table of Contents notes approach that you came up with is much better. Tags would be better, too, since they're first-class Evernote organizational objects. The Windows application has a similar facility (which I didn't previously know about): Ctrl+1 --> Ctrl+9 launch shortcuts 1 through 9 respectively. Nice feature, particularly since shortcuts can be ordered arbitrarily via drag/drop.
  11. This is the Table of Contents note solution; a static list of notes I prefer the tag solution - it produces a dynamic list of notes. (there are solutions to produce dynamic ToC notes) >>"Shortcuts" feature to quickly access my most important/frequently needed Notes ...50+ Shortcuts currently... I like adding adding organization to the Shortcuts section You can replace the 50 entries with your "Current Items" notebook, or theToC notes. You can even use a master ToC note which links to the other ToC notes On a Mac, we have keyboard keys for shortcuts; Command+1 launches the first shortcut, my master dashboard-ToC note (edit; Windows Ctrl+1, thanks @jefito)
  12. Also able to replicate the behaviour attaching a file from a local folder. Windows couldn't delete the folder afterward because it was 'in use' despite the fact I closed the note and opened another. Don't see that as a major issue because I can't imagine a scenario where deleting a parent folder just after attaching all the contents in Evernote would be something I ever need to do, but it does seem locked up. I closed Evernote and then the folder could be deleted.
  13. Thx @gazumped - tried those as well. The saved search nor the tagging didn't work quite for me. However, I actually figured following solution for me: Created "Current Items" notebook In there created separate notes eg. "Working items", "Hobby items" etc. Each note (= category) then consists of titles which are actually Evernote internal links. Ta-daa! I can even then have separate titles for those (compared to as the saved note-title in Evernote). Suits perfect for now!
  14. Hi. It's possible to save a search as a shortcut, so as long as your group has a common feature, like tag:food or notebook:food you should be able to create a shortcut. You can also drag individual notes and notebooks into the shortcut panel, so if you create a Table of Contents note with a list of items, you'd be able to drag that note into the shortcuts list. In Windows, if you right-click a notebook name, you can create a 'style' and pick a colour which the shortcut will inherit to make it stand out. It's also possible to include emojii.. Here are a few of mine.
  15. Hi, I want to use a function key on my keyboard to start up Evernote. The issue is I can't find the evernote.exe. Where is it located or do I need to use another *.exe file to start up? Thanks!
  16. I use Evernote for many things: food recipes, work, hobbies, invoices... well, I think many of us do :) Recently I have been starting to utilize the "Shortcuts" feature to quickly access my most important/frequently needed Notes... well, I think many of us do :) The way I would like to have my "Shortcuts" is to have sub-categories e.g. Shortcuts > Food to faster locate my shortcuts. I have a few thousand notes and 50+ Shortcuts currently... Is there such feature currently and do others find that this could be useful as feature request? //timo
  17. Following up on @DTLow's comment, you can directly access shortcuts using CMD-(number), e.g. CMD-1 will open the first shortcut, CMD-2 will open the second, etc. If you make your table-of-contents note your first one, you'll always be able to jump to that using CMD-1. Hope this helps! -- Tom
  18. Curious. I was able to replicate the behavior when attaching a .jpg file on a USB memory stick. So I pulled up the SysInternals ProcMon tool, and watched what Evernote was doing when I repeated the scenario. I could see it locking and unlocking my local .exb database file (LockFile() and UnlockFileSingle() Windows calls), but no other file, in particular the file I was attaching. With respect to the file being attached, I see it referenced in a CreateFile() call, with access Generic Read, disposition Open. So it's opening the file to read it. After that, it performes a CloseFile() call on that file. That seems to be correct behavior. There are also some calls to CreateFile/CloseFile the directory that the file is in, but those also seem balanced. I'd have to look more closely to see if there's something else going on, but the scenario is repeatable. Flip side: when I went to eject it, I got the error, but there's also a "Continue" button, which I used: the device was ejected, with no apparent damage done to its file system.
  19. Again @dcon (and sorry, can't stop thinking of the popular rodent control product line when I see the new moniker), thanks for the insights, your work on the Windows Evernote, and your participation on the forums both then and now. Hope that you find happiness in your new endeavor. I haven't run the Windows preview/beta either, just following the current new web beta, and will try out the next phase Windows application so long as we can run it side-by-side with the old one (with separate databases) as promised. If the lead developer you're talking about was @kvitekp, he was also a great forum resource. I know a fair bit about operating Evernote for Windows, but there's nothing so definitive as the information coming from someone familiar with the code/design. Anyways, cheers!
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  21. Import from SD-Card to the iPad works, but without options. It will grab all pictures that are on the SD card, ignore all the rest (no general file import), check for duplicates and push the new ones into photos. I prefer to have a chance to review the pics still on the SD card and eliminate all those that do not need to be imported. Then the photos app on the iPad lacks a lot of functions available on the Mac: Tagging, EXIF-editing, Smart Albums etc. So I prefer to get pictures to the Mac. Then I am using a program called Graphics Converter (that is much more than just a converter) to sort through, build the catalogue, get the tags and EXIFs set, and save it into a folder structure. It will even do RAW development and basic editing. Affinity is then for the few pics that need further editing.
  22. i knew that! Yes, I heard stories of that! As far I know, when that was abandoned, the original C++ code from before was brought back. (That also poisoned the lead dev to anything XAML related) Yes, completely different from v3.5. Originally, it was supposed to be well before when I left. I literally LOLd at them (as my old boss can attest to!). He did (grudgingly) admit that I was right... I'm not running that preview/beta, so no idea where they are on it.
  23. No lag on my Mac; On Macs, the note metadata is stored in a small SQLite database (25MB for 20,000 notes) afaik Number of notes is not a performance issue for Mac users
  24. Don't know what to say. I just tested the hotkeys and they worked for me in the Current and Beta web versions.
  25. Isn't the reason no one has heard back about the beta program, that there are no betas to test yet? I thought the videos made this clear. The only beta available right now is what Ian Small called the "modern web experience", which seems to be randomly available to more and more people. But it doesn't even seem to have a way to report bugs, so it doesn't seem like a formal beta (maybe I'm wrong about this - I applied for the beta program, and some weeks later the modern web experience became available to me, but no notification that I was now a beta tester). I'm only talking about the "new" Evernote. There is still an active beta program for existing releases - betas for upgrades to the current iOS version still happen.
  26. Interesting info, thanks PinkElephant. Interesting to hear that import and catalog is the weak spot.
  27. Maybe it is just a question of patience. Some betas were closed to new participants because they wanted to run it with the same bunch of people from the beginning to the end. Makes for more valid results, when you do not have new people dropping in halfway through.
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