PeterRHawkes

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  1. Could the solution be to hire someone from OneNote?😉 I would love to use Evernote but the lack of support for Apple Pencil, and no direct markup on documents, leaves me to use the otherwise inferior OneNote. An expected fix date would be a benefit? Peter H
  2. When adding a message from Outlook 2011 to Evernote using AppleScript I use teh messages exchange id and build a link in this way set myID to exchange id of myMessage as string set theMessageURL to "message:%3C" & myID & "%3E" giving me, as an example, the following URL reference in Evernote message:%3CAAMkADFhMzc5Njk0LTZiZjUtNDM1MS1hNGZjLThkYzUzY2E2NjNjMABGAAAAAAAQ4VD0Xfb6RJyOFDgrlOj0BwB11y8n6YNmTa6BD8vt6a/JAAAAjM/GAAB11y8n6YNmTa6BD8vt6a/JAAALiSCeAAA=%3E Clicking on this link causes focus to go to Outlook but the message itself does not open. I am obviously doing something wrong but do not know what!! PRH
  3. +1 and ability to change via Applescript!
  4. My apologies for forgetting that the world does not all use Apple Mac!! The script is AppleScript (http://dev.evernote.com/documentation/local/chapters/Mac.php for examples). Peter H
  5. I hope this helps; tell application "Evernote" set theNote to selection set theNoteTitle to (title of item 1 of theNote) as string set theCreatedDate to (creation date of item 1 of theNote) as date set theContent to (HTML content of item 1 of theNote) set nameNotebook to (name of notebook of item 1 of theNote) as string end tell
  6. Looking in the Applescript Evernote Dictionary I cannot see a means of automating the process of sharing the open note via email. Is this not possible or have I missed the obvious?! Peter H
  7. set theNote to selection[/indent] set theNoteTitle to (title of item 1 of theNote) as string set theCreatedDate to (creation date of item 1 of theNote) as date set theContent to (HTML content of item 1 of theNote) set nameNotebook to (name of notebook of item 1 of theNote) as string The above code gives me the detail to make an Outlook 2011 Task. What I would like to do is assign an existing Tag to this selected Note. The Tag name is "Outlook" I have tried to achieve in many ways without success; is it truly that difficult or am I missing the obvious! Peter H
  8. I managed to get set theNotebook to (notebook of item 1 of theNote) set nameNotebook to (name of theNotebook) to work but yours is shorter and simpler and works fine! Thnak you
  9. set theNote to selection set theNoteTitle to (title of item 1 of theNote) as string set theCreatedDate to (creation date of item 1 of theNote) as datethe above simply gets the name and creation date of a selected Note in Apple Script What I cannot achieve is adding a line (or two!) to get the name of the Notes Notebook? PRH