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  1. I am a dev so I can manage. But thanks anyway. It was for your knowledge I reported. I have a pretty standard installation since I have opted to run everything development on virtual machines. So I have no MSOffice (except the bloat comes almost-installed wit a Dell), no dev tools (except vscode), very little really. The only thing I have that stands out is Ghostery but I tried disabling it but to no avail. The green progress bar does not show at all. Update: 5h after writing the above sentence the bar was visible and had made 80% of the screen. I tried disabling Ghostery and removing all cookies and localdb but to no avail. Local VM with FF loads Evernote. I tried opening Evernote in private mode in FF and it does work. Alas Evernote works on Firefox/Win10 but on my machine Evernote has set a setting somewhere (cooke, localdb, what'sleft?) that stops Evernote from loading. FWIW
  2. For information: From about 2 weeks back (3?(vacation)) I can run the web in Chromium but not Firefox. I have not tried any other. Operating system is WIndows10prof. Firefox stops at "Loading..." I have disabled Ghostery.
  3. What I did to remedy was to temporarily switch to the old layout. You do that through selecting you avatar/account. The Evernote team helpfully placed the choice at first level (no need to dig into settings).
  4. @KDulcimer Ctrl-C works for me, both in note title and note text. Please add 1) OS and 2) browser names and versions and 3) where in Evernote the functionality failed.
  5. Earlier, when writing a Note, I could shift-tab (4 times) to get to the title and then tab once to get back to the text. That functionality is gone. Is there any other way to move between title and text without having to mouse it? I am running Vivialdi 2.0.1309.37 (that would mean close to chrome behaviour) on a Win7. Ghostery is the only addon.
  6. The question, or rather the answer, has to do with the implementation/integration with the virtual machine. The question should be posted at Parallels/VMWare/VirtualBox or whatever software you are using. As @ErikW wrote: it is just a URL and one program is tagged for getting first shot at it.
  7. TL;DR When I do a File/Export från Evernote the resulting enex file doesn't contain any information about the orignal Notebook. LONGER I have a saved search which exports every note with a certain tag from a stack. Then I have written some code to get all Notes out of this enex file. But... there is no notebook information. Is there anyway to include this information in the export? Or... is it on its way in a future release? This is what it looks like: <en-export export-date="20130117T121046Z" application="Evernote" version="Evernote Mac 5.0.0 (400524)"> <note> <title>My note title</title> <content> <![CDATA[<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="no"?> ...note contents </content> <created>20121124T213824Z</created> <updated>20130117T092422Z</updated> <tag>a tag</tag> <note-attributes/> </note> </en-export> I would like to have something like <notebook-name>... or have it as a child of <note-attributes>. Maybe it is and I've stumbled on a bug? TIA
  8. I am not even sure it is a bug since export file is "enex" format which is whatever Evernote decides to put there.
  9. When exporting a URL link the ampersand gets html formatted. It is correct to format the text of the link but not the very URL. I expected "http://www.example.com/page.aspx?a=1&b=2" but got "http://www.example.com/page.aspx?a=1&b=2" How to reproduce: Evernote Mac V.5.0.0 (400524) Create a note with a link like <a href="http://www.example.c...b=2">MyLink</a> with command-K. It looks ok. Now export the note. The result is: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <!DOCTYPE en-export SYSTEM "http://xml.evernote....e-export2.dtd"> <en-export export-date="20121212T151759Z" application="Evernote" version="Evernote Mac 5.0.0 (400524)"> <note><title>Failing link export</title><content><![CDATA[<?xml version=1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="no"?> <!DOCTYPE en-note SYSTEM "http://xml.evernote....pub/enml2.dtd"> <en-note style="word-wrap: break-word; -webkit-nbsp-mode: space; -webkit-line-break: after-white-space;"> <a href="http://www.example.com/page.aspx?a=1&b=2">MyLink</a><br/> </en-note> ]]></content><created>20121212T151559Z</created><updated>20121212T151719Z</updated><note-attributes><latitude>57.700892442</latitude><longitude>11.959295829</longitude><altitude>0</altitude><author>LosManos</author></note-attributes></note> </en-export> The very link above is italic an bold. (I fixed a similar bug in a project of my own Yesterday.) Fixing it might be harder - switching & to & messes up the XML compliance.
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