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  2. I tried to login to the web-client and only empty screen was displayed after it. So that's why I decided to post this idea.
  3. Yeah… too late. Users should've been warned by email.
  4. @trottsie @ldenning I've merged your thread into this one. Please see the announcement post referred to by @DTLow
  5. Unfortunately, I was just affected by this. The Mac (Mojave) showed a notification alerting Safari 13 was available for installation, which I promptly accepted. When it relaunched, I was informed the Webclipper was disabled automatically, for which I thought it was just a matter of installing an updated version. To my surprise, there's no Webclipper for download anymore.
  6. @Amir Natan When I started using Evernote in 2011, Evenote didn't have a reminder feature at all. They saw themselves as a note-taking / web capture / brainstorming app, not a task manager. They particularly wanted to avoid the trap of trying to be the everything for everybody app. So at first they explained that a reminder feature was not part of their vision for the product. Later they listened to their users an added a basic reminder function, this was mid 2013 IIRC. There hasn't been much movement towards making reminders better since then. I agree it would be nice to have a recurring reminder. I've installed Filterize but don't feel confident enough to program AND TEST repeating reminders to the point that I can trust them. But that (or scripting for Apple stuff) is probably your best workaround.
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  8. Just for future improvements... I am disappointed that Evernote did not issue an announcement that the web clipper would not be available on Safari 13 to its user base that it has info on to suggest we consider between upgrading and losing clipper or postponing and keeping clipper. You can see how much we depend on this and to have it lost without warning is sad.
  9. Hi, the latest update to Safari (v 13.0) disabled the WebClipper… Not nice. What to do?
  10. Glad it worked out for you Kudos for having backups of your database. >>trying to delete and restore the entire "Q79WDW8YH9..." folder didn't work. The actual database folder is Q79WDW8YH9.../nnnnnnn where nnnnnnn is a unique number assigned to each userid
  11. Well, the "tabs" would be encoded in the Evernote ENML markup, and that wouldn't change between different platforms. Maybe it's just a configuration difference in the embedded . Just for experimentation's sake, I whipped up a simple indentation test; the first some plain indentations, the second, a bulleted list, something like the following: Unindented Indented 1 Indented 2 Indented 3 List item 1 item 1.1 item 2.1 item 1.2 Here's the ENML for that: <en-note> <div> <div><b>Indent Test</b></div> <div><br/></div> <div>Unindented</div> <div style="margin-left: 40px;">Indented 1</div> <div style="margin-left: 80px;">Indented 2</div> <div style="margin-left: 120px;">Indented 3</div> <div><br/></div> <div>List</div> <ul> <li><div>item 1</div></li> <ul> <li><div>item 1.1</div></li> <li><div>item 2.1</div></li> <ul> <li><div>item 1.2</div></li> </ul> </ul> </ul> <div><br/></div> <div><br/></div> </div> </en-note>]]> I see the "tabs" used by simple indentation as absolute pixel offsets, while the "tabs" used in a bullet list are implicit in the list markup. I'd guess that the latter case is what's different among different platforms due to the implicit indentations for list, but I don't know for certain.
  12. Actually, Safari 13 is available today (not within the next few weeks, as Nick said). This means that even a perfectly working Web Clipper will be removed from any up-to-date macOS machine, no questions asked. Rather than waiting for all the unhappy users to complain, please put a high priority tag on the new Evernote Web Clipper. Thanks!
  13. For some reason you can't size the stamps and sometimes they pop up Really big or really small. This makes using the stamps even more than useless, it makes them a waist of time a an abundance of frustration. And I really can not figure out why it does one or the other. It would be cool if the blue thin circle, that appears around the stamp when pasting it, could be dragged from the center point; therefore, increasing or describing the stamps diameter.
  14. Hello, I'm having an incredibly frustrating issue with Evernote. I have hundreds of notes with long PDF slide decks, in combination with longform typed notes. I type these notes in Evernote while viewing/annotating the PDF in a different app. I have these PDFs "view as attachment" because otherwise I would have 70 pages of slides to scroll through before I reach my actual notes. My problem is that these PDFs pop open to "view inline" ALL THE TIME!!! It happens whenever the note refreshes, whenever I hit Ctrl-Z, whenever the attachment "updates", and at seemingly many other random times. Incredibly frustrating! I have the overall app setting default to "View Inline", because my primary use for Evernote is a paperless workflow, and in those settings I do need the attachments to view inline. PLEASE HELP!! This has happened for all of the most recent versions of Evernote for macOS (from at least 7.0 onwards).
  15. ?? Are you having problems with the web version of Evernote or one of the desktop versions (Windows or Mac)?
  16. It worked! The notebooks are back. For future reference: trying to delete and restore the entire "Q79WDW8YH9..." folder didn't work. I just copy-pasted and replaced the files, following the rest of the above mentioned instructions. Thanks for the attention.
  17. I use Cronofy, and find it to work quite well.
  18. Does every attempt to paste anything fail on all 3 devices? That really would be surprising. Does this involve pasting from some specific source?
  19. I have the same issue. The "attachment updated" is not very useful kind of notification and perhaps there could be an option to disable it. My concern is setting Evernote notifications to None may disable Evernote reminders and other useful notifications.
  20. bobc

    Beta testing

    I got an email from Evernote Team asking me to test the new note editor as part of the Evernote beta program. But I'm not clear what platform (or platforms) I should be testing on. And how can I tell if I am running the production or the beta version of Evernote?
  21. Yes, the Local Notebooks are stored within your database backup Run sync to make sure your online notes are uploaded Log out of Evernote and close the app Restore the database folder - this will restore the Local Notebooks Start the Evernote app and log in The sync process will run to bring your online notes up to date
  22. Yes. Everything inside "Users" folder. Is it possible to use these files to restore the notebooks? Best,
  23. Did you actually add your vote? The vote button is at the top left corner of the discussion; Current votes are
  24. Which platform/device? version? On my Mac, I just type in the note's tag box
  25. I'd recommend talking to Saferoom Support for starters - they should be able to tell you what to look for at least... or where to look in your backups...
  26. As you found out, Local Notebooks are not uploaded / backed up by Evernote. Users must implement their own backup/restore process >>What's the point of using Saferoom if the information is stored locally? Saferoom is a tool to encrypt your data. Using a Local Notebook ensures unencypted data is not uploaded to the Evernote servers. After encryption, it's your choice of notebook to store the notes. I wouldn't use a Local Notebook >>I have a backup of Evernote files (User files, Library, Application Support etc.) Did you backup the Evernote database folder? On my Mac, my database folder is ~/Library/Group Containers/Q79WDW8YH9.com.evernote.Evernote/CoreNote/accounts/www.evernote.com
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