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  1. Mac Evernote 5.0.4 via App Store This is a frequent bug: I'm trying to pinpoint whether there's a pattern or rhyme/reason for this, but I'm re-tagging, changing subject lines, and sometimes altering some note contents or dragging a note to another notebook via the sidebar. I'm in list-view (Sidebar on the left, top is a list of notes, bottom pane is a preview of the selected note), selecting the note, making a change, then clicking on another note. I'm in tag sort, in case that makes a difference. I'm using Evernote-as-GTD (many tags begin with special characters, but it's not limited to changes to tags starting with special characters). Whenever I change a note, there seems to be a good chance (frequent) that it will minimize the window -- or if it is not minimizing, the window disappears. If I command-tab to select open apps and re-select Evernote, the pane is in front again (which suggests perhaps it's not minimized after all, as that action should not bring a minimized application window to the front). It would be livable if it weren't happening so frequently -- but then I'm doing a lot of reorganizing of my notes.
  2. I believe this is possible from email -> http://ifttt.com -> append to Evernote. It involves another step, and it might just addict you to ifttt The trick is to send an email to ifttt using the same exact email address that you signed up to them with. I suggest the trigger <Email> "Send IFTTT an email tagged" (#Journal), then the response <Evernote> "Append to note" and fill in the details of the note you want to create. I created a recipe for this, and you can customize it to some extent or create your own from scratch. You can also make it so you can send an SMS->Evernote, amongst many, many other options. But given the diary thing, SMS->IFTTT->Evernote makes sense! https://ifttt.com/recipes/69317 (Email->IFTTT->Evernote)
  3. There's a way to JUST get a link to the email, rather than copy-paste the body of an email, too. (credit: http://hints.macworld.com/article.php?story=20071118154803739 for what led me to this...) 1. Choose Preferences from the Mail menu. 2. Switch to the Viewing pane in the preferences window. 3. Choose "Custom" from the "Show header detail" pop-up menu. 4. Click the plus (+) symbol in the lower-left corner, then enter "Message-ID" in the space provided. Click OK to save. 5. In mail, viewing the email, you see the Message-ID field. Double or triple click to select the line, then paste into Evernote. Link! Bug: I could not use message://<id> in the right-click Link... in Evernote to make a custom text link to the email. It accepts evernote:// links of course (Note Links) so it could accept message:// links. Of course this probably(?) won't work on the iPad -- but the Message-ID of an email is THE SAME ON ALL DEVICES -- so if Apple was bright (sometimes they are...), it might....as long as that email is in your iPad's mail app...
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