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jmcanfield

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  1. That worked! Thanks for the help. I do still wish there was a more user-friendly option, similar to the drop-down list they have for individual notebooks.
  2. ?? Does the stack: search term narrow the current note list down? If not, then either you're doing something wrong or it's a bug. If it does, then it's perhaps not narrowing the list down enough? Then add more search terms: a tag: term, or some literal text would be the most common options. Perhaps I'm doing something wrong. When I type in "stack:" it narrows it down to 0 notes because none of my notes have that particular phrase -- it isn't recognized as part of the search grammar. Here's a screenshot: http://i.imgur.com/m300zDR.png
  3. stack:StackName works for me in EN Mac 5.4.3, running Mac OS X 10.8.5 (Mt. Lion). Also, your Stacks should appear in your Notebook list when you click on "Notebooks" in the Left Pane. Double-click on a stack to show the NBs in that Stack. At the bottom of the NB list for that Stack, there should be a link that says "View all notes in StackName." Yes, but my problem isn't that I can't view all of the notes in a stack, it's that I can't search for an item within that specific notebook stack. I'm running the same version of Evernote and still no luck typing stack:StackName and being able to search through those notes. I am, however, running OS X 10.9 (Mavericks).
  4. I'm pretty sure it's not possible in the Mac client. I've had no luck adding "stack:" and the names of my stacks aren't listed in my list of notebooks (unless one of them is named the same as the stack, but then it's still just searching in that one notebook.) I think it was possible in an older version, but the feature seems to have disappeared in 5.0+ on mac.
  5. I use a lot of notebook stacks and whenever I want to search within all of the notebooks at once I can't do it. I have to do a search within each individual notebook and it's rather time consuming and frustrating.
  6. On Mac you can swipe two fingers to jump back or forward in a window in Safari and Chrome. I use the "back" and "forward" arrows in Evernote 5 a ton, and it would be awesome to have the swiping feature. It would really help my workflow.
  7. I'm confused. There is no video and all of the note links are green on that page. Aren't yours? I think what Adjusting meant to say is that "Copy note link" ought to give you a green link (internal one) and "Share>Copy Share URL to Clipboard" will give you a blue link. If this is not happening, could you post a screenshot of a note with these odd links in it? Thanks! On that blog post they are all green, but the internal note links in my Evernote are blue when I select "copy note link". The only way I get the green links is by using the drag and drop method that you recommended (which is a good tip, thank you!) I can file a bug report for the blue links I keep getting Either way, I'd still love to be able to change the color of external links to something else. Wish there was more demand for it, it seems like I'm the only one
  8. Oh, interesting. For internal notes I've been right clicking and then selecting "Copy note link" and pasting that into a note. That gives me a blue link for the notes. It's also how they do it in one of their blog posts: http://blog.evernote.com/blog/2012/04/13/quick-tip-create-a-table-of-contents-using-note-links/
  9. Blue links are external links. Green links are Note Links (Note->Copy Note Link). Both show up as blue for me on Mac. Either way, It would be great to be able to change the colors. Not a fan of the blue
  10. I see that you can change it manually, but that's such a hassle and it just switches right back to that awful blue color once you move the link anyway. I'd much rather have it be Evernote green!
  11. I think it would be great to have the ability to pin notes to the top of the list within a notebook. I know that I can sort by title and add an exclamation point or something, but I sort by "most recently updated" because that works best for my workflow, and if I could keep my daily to-do list at the top of that list of notes it would be fantastic.
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