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Toph

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  1. Yeah, this is super annoying. I wish they'd change it, because it's inconsistent with everything else on the Mac. ?‍♂️
  2. Same — I came here to post about this. It puts me in the situation of disabling Evernote's notifications and not being able to get notifications, or leaving them enabled and having Notification Center cluttered up with Evernote's "note moved" notifications.
  3. In general, I like the newer simplified toolbar. However, I have some issues with the actual buttons themselves. The Back and Forward buttons on the left look weird as separate buttons — shouldn't they be a joined pair (like Safari, Finder, etc.)? The Sync button always shows a red exclamation mark for me, despite no discernible error having occurred, and I can't figure out why. The Notification icon (the bell) is super low-res and looks out of place — but perhaps it's just a placeholder.
  4. Also getting the crash on launch here. [EDIT] I don't get a crash on launch if I open Evernote in a new user account on my machine, so the problem is likely with database migration? The same thing happened in an earlier beta of this release.
  5. @Chantal Leonard PMed you with a link to the crash log in a gist.
  6. Just like it says in the title, when I remove a shortcut from "Paste to Evernote", the A key is somehow the fallback shortcut for this. Lower case, with no modifiers. Actually, this is happening for all shortcuts that have a default set. I'm running the latest release on macOS Sierra, and have wiped and reinstalled Evernote twice now.
  7. To follow up on this, when I test signing in to my account on a different user on the same computer, with the same version of Evernote, the error doesn't show. I'm going to try flattening my Evernote installation and re-syncing. [Edit: Yeah, that solved it.]
  8. Yep, I'm running the GM version. I had previously been running the developer beta. I also just re-installed Sierra from the public downloader. I'm still seeing that dialog when I close Evernote's main window.
  9. In Sierra, every time I close the main Evernote window, I get the attached error message. Clicking "Continue" doesn't cause any problems, but it's annoying. I'm running 6.9 Beta 2 and am on the latest Sierra Developer Beta as of 2016-09-12 — macOS 10.12 (16A319).
  10. I just want to chime in and say that this issue is already affecting me. I'll wait to see what other users' figure out…
  11. Evernote allows links with http://, evernote:/// and now file:/// url schemes. That's great—I love being able to link to other notes in Evernote, and files on my hard drive, in addition to pages on the web. But Evernote disallows other url schemes. The "OK" button is greyed out. This feature would be really useful, and I use it across a bunch of other apps I use. Use message:// urls to link to specific emails in Apple's Mail app. Right now, I end up just pasting the raw link in the body of the note. Ironically, iOS parses these and makes them tappable, and they work perfectly, linking to the specified email, but on the Mac, you can't get this.Using papers:// links to link to specific journal articles in the Papers app.Linking to projects in OmniFocus with omnifocus:///.The other kind of frustrating wrinkle is that you can get these URLs into Evernote—some other apps that export notes to Evernote create them. They work, but you can't edit them. You can also use them in a note's source link. What's the likelihood of allowing any old URL scheme in a note? Surely if I want to use it, I probably know what I'm doing.
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