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  1. Jackolicious, I finally got it to work. Apparently, there were some incomplete file deletions on another hard drive partition I am sharing with myself. Thanks for your help. Why would Evernote allow an app to be sand boxed to the point that it does not work? One more question: How can I auto update this version as I am sure that I don't want to update from the App store as it will be a sand boxed version? I assume I will have to update manually with each new version..... Righteousdork: I had to try the link a few times before it took me to the non app store version. The link above will work. Wheeeewwwww.
  2. What is the difference in the App store version and the so called "standalone" version? Thanks.
  3. Ancible is right, I have reinstalled three times and no resolution. This Mountain Lion "downgrade" has ruined this application and I am sorry I upgraded. I am running the latest ScanSnap drivers and Evernote 3.3.0 for MAC. ScanSnap is scanning and saving the files to my ScanSnap folder on my hard drive, but it is not migrating into Evernote. This sucks. I hope the programmers are going to be able to fix this or I will have to cancel my premium account and find a new solution which I dread doing.
  4. Mountain Lion has attacked and swallowed my Evernote. My ScanSnap will not talk to Evernote since Mountain Lion and I have uninstalled/reinstalled the current version and updated all of the Fujitsu ScanSnap drivers. Is anyone else having this issue?
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