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gnapse

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  1. Location services would only be needed for Evernote to detect my current location and set the note's location to it. That's actually the only way I can set the location of a note. The problem is to be able to set any arbitrary location manually. I have some notes I want to associated to Santiago de Chile, because I traveled there last year, but I can't, because I'm in Havana, Cuba. I would need to travel back to Chile and set the location there to my current location in order to achieve my goal I'm on Mac OS X 10.7.4 but I don't think that has anything to do with this problem.
  2. Sorry, I'm with @thatparisguy on this one. When I click on the "i" in the note editor, the field for location is locked. I can only set the note's location to the current location.
  3. Hi, this is my first post in this forum. I am using Evernote 5.0.0 on Mac, and I want to be able to manually set the location of a note. There seems to be no way to do this, except that I see some references in the documentation that it should be possible, but I can't find the way to do it. In windows, when I denied the app access to the location services, the app told me that it was unable to automatically add a location, but that I could add it manually. When I said yes, then it allowed me to enter the numeric coordinates, which is a lame and unfriendly way to add a location, but at least is something. Now that the Mac version got the Atlas feature, I assumed this was possible in a more visual manner, but not only is not possible via Atlas, I haven't even found the way to add the location by entering coordinates, like the windows evernote app allows. Or maybe I'm all wrong and Atlas does have this feature. Can anybody prove me wrong?
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