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  1. EN 10.17.6 files are primarily located in yourusername/Library/Application Support/Evernote/ plus a some Caches and Plists located elsewhere. For me, a total of about half a million files—not a single database. Personally, I would not mess with this file structure without input from EN Support!
  2. I'm using EN on an M1 Macbook Air many times each day, without a noticeable problem with speed, and similar to EN on a 2017 iMac. Perhaps you could describe your workflow in more detail? How long has your app+database been installed? Have you approached tech support? It's important to separate out specific issues with one's installation/workflow versus inherent limitations in the software/platform. [EN 10.15.6, OSX 11.2.3 35,000 notes—largely PDF files; 17 GB EN database ]
  3. You can create a new print workflow by editing the PDF print menu. Briefly: cmd-P click on PDF select "edit menu" navigate the finder to the application folder select Evernote You can rename this Print Workflow, if you wish, e.g. "Print PDF to Evernote" That's it. Now you have a new menu option for PDF to Evernote. ------------------ If you don't want a PDF, don't forget that you save an email or webpage to a new note by: cmd-A. (to select all) ctrl-cmd-V (to create a new note)
  4. Copyclip is a free app that can store tens of your previous clips and allow you to paste the desired clips into You might consider the free CopyClip app which allows you to access dozens of your previous clips.
  5. @M. Black I can think of three approaches. 1. cmd-A, then cmd-P, then drop down the PDF section of the print menu and save as a PDF to the desktop. Create a new Note and import the PDF. (Doable, but cumbersome). 2. Instead, use the "open in preview" option the print menu (now is in pdf format). Us the share button within Preview to mail the file to your personal EN email address. I like this because it allows you to rename the note and add notebook and tags: Send to: notetitle@notebookname#tagname 3. Use the "Save PDF to Evernote" button within the Print menu -- but this appears to be broken, and should be reported to tech support... (BTW It's not clear to me why one would want to save as PDF, but we all have different workflows.)
  6. Updated to EN 10.10.5 and the three screen capture buttons have disappeared again. (mac OS 11.2.3)
  7. As a workaround, after clicking on Helper/Capture screen, just use Cmd-Tab to tab through the different open apps until you view the one you want, then hit Enter.
  8. Mac EN 10.0.10 (on OS 10.13.6 to 11.2.1) syncs rapidly with iPad OS 10.6.
  9. Worked for me using OS 10.13.6 and 10.15.7, but not 11.2.1. Don't know if this is a coincidence, or Big Sur-specific. Reinstalling EN 10.8.5 didn't help.
  10. Focus on the screen you are interested in Use cmd-shift-5 select full screen, window, or screen capture select "mail", then use https://discussion.evernote.com/forums/topic/131642-save-pdf-to-evernote-from-print-dialog-has-stopped-working/?tab=comments#comment-608788 (The EN helper (elephant ) for screencaps is misbehaving for me on some computers—I think this happened after the 10.8.5 update, but I'm not sure).
  11. Solution: email to your private EN email address, e.g. using the "Share" feature. Optionally, edit subject line as follows, Subject: THE NOTE TITLE HERE@NOTEBOOKNAME#TAGNAME1#TAG2#TAG3 For simplicity I created a Contact called "Email to Evernote" with my EN-specific address. This shows up as one of the default options in the Share Menu.
  12. I agree. While the premature launch of EN 10 was a fiasco, each update has been getting better and better, and I can now do all my work on the new platform (on mac DT, not iOS). Tech support has been extremely helpful explaining how the new version works, and what is happening behind the scenes; these guys are great. For example, the dev. folks discovered a bug in Electron that was causing a problem with EN 10. I share your confidence about the future of the app, and your frustration with the large number of users who seem to want to complain, rather than find a fix. My 32,000 note collection is now behaving well on various mac's from OS 10.13.6 to 11.1. The only minor problem is a slow launch with a large database, so I just leave the app open all the time.
  13. If you insert an encrypted+password-protected (AES 128) mac Pages document into a note you can unlock, edit, and save changes. This includes Pages documents containing rich content such as images. The attachment persists as a usable Pages document even if the original version created on the mac was deleted—i.e. this is not a link, but a fully functional document.
  14. Mac EN 10.8.4 is running well on my new macbook air. The app is fast and the laptop stays cool. Then, again, it's also working well on a 10-year old imac using OS 10.13.6. (I can't speak for WIndows). iOS apps don't currently run on a mac, but reportedly will at some time in the future. My only warning is that after installing EN on a new machine, it will run, but it can take a long time for a new database to be created: this happens in small fits and starts. Until the database is fully up to date, the performance may be fine while online, but poor while offline. This will be especially true for a large database (e.g. 17 GB, 32,000 notes, in my case), and presumably will be true regardless of OS. Other than examining the database folder, a simple test for completeness is to search for a common, simple, word in your notes—such as "help". If there is a difference between the number of hits when searching online versus offline you will know that the database is still updating. I recommend leaving the app open continuously, if possible. I don't have any reason to think that a new macbook will have any problems driving an external monitor. (BTW we all have our preferred OS, but in my case I finally persuaded my significant other to move to a mac. I no longer have to spend hours troubleshooting her old Windows machine. Yeah!)
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