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  1. Today we’re releasing Evernote for Mac 6.6 Beta 3. Fixes - The note switcher (⌘J) has been updated to be more responsive and to provide more accurate results - Various bug and stability fixes Known issues - Autocompletion of tags in the note editor is not working. A fix for this issue will be available in the final release. Thanks for testing the Mac 6.6 Beta 3 release and please report issues you find in this forum thread. You can download the beta here or update from within the app.
  2. Please note that this is a Beta feature which is only available on the direct download version and only after it is explicitly turned on (Preferences -> Software Update -> Enable zoom).
  3. Safari, Chrome and Firefox use Cmd-+ and Cmd-- for Zoom In and Zoom Out just like we do. Terminal, Messages and Slack say that they do Bigger and Smaller, but the shortcuts apply to all text in the app and so are functionally equivalent to our Zoom In and Zoom Out. Xcode doesn’t seem to have any shortcuts bound to Cmd-+ and Cmd--. I understand any change can be disruptive, but please be assured that this is not a change we made lightly or without much discussion. Given the lack of a clear standard, we felt it was more important to follow the de facto text editing standard
  4. This was a bug in Yosemite. Apple seems to have fixed the bug in 10.10.3. Please update your OS and let us know if this is still an issue.
  5. As JMichael mentioned above, it’s very simple to remove the reminder from a note: Click the alarm clock and then click the 'Clear Reminder' button. You can also remove completed reminders from the list by clicking the gear icon and unchecking 'Show Recently Completed Reminders'.
  6. Yes, this is the email you get the first time you receive a message from someone. If you click the button you'll have the option to see the message in the web client or desktop client. Click the notebook in the chat and it should be added to your account.
  7. Have your student open the notebook (by clicking on it in the chat window). Once they do, it should be added to their notebooks. Does that work?
  8. No, your code is not correct. Like I said, selection is a list, so in the following code you’re setting selectedNote to a list of notes and then asking that list of notes for its tags. That won’t work. A note has tags. A list of notes does not have tags.
  9. selection is a list if you know there’s only going to be 1 note selected, you can just look at item 1, otherwise you can loop through it.
  10. Right, but your original script already did that. I’m just trying to figure out what the goal of your changes was.
  11. No, you’re right. There doesn’t seem to be any difference. I was just trying to fix the problems with your latest script (using keyboard shortcuts that don’t exist, using theMessages before setting it, mismatched tell and end...) and didn’t reread the whole thread. What were you trying to accomplish with your latest script that your original didn’t do?
  12. I’m good at debugging and modifying other people’s scripts, but I don’t know if I could write one from scratch. The issue where find notes did not work with the 'notebook:' syntax should be fixed in 6.0.6 beta 2 Which other issues are affecting your workflows?
  13. Try this: tell application "Notes" set theMessages to every note repeat with thisMessage in theMessages set myTitle to the name of thisMessage set myText to the body of thisMessage set myCreateDate to the creation date of thisMessage set myModDate to the modification date of thisMessage tell application "Evernote" set myNote to create note with text myTitle title myTitle notebook "Imported Notes" tags ["imported_from_notes", "Yosemite", "Another_Example_Tag"] set the HTML content of myNote to myText set the creation date of myNote to myCreateDate set the modification date of myNot
  14. You could try using keyboard shortcuts. Something like this maybe: tell application "Evernote" activate -- bring the Evernote client forward delay 1 -- wait to make sure the client has fully activated tell application "System Events" keystroke "|" using command down -- Cmd-| to go to the note list keystroke "a" using command down -- Cmd-A to select all end tellend tellI now see you were talking about the Notes app. A similar approach should work there too.
  15. You could try using keyboard shortcuts. Something like this maybe: tell application "Evernote" activate -- bring the Evernote client forward delay 1 -- wait to make sure the client has fully activated tell application "System Events" keystroke "|" using command down -- Cmd-| to go to the note list keystroke "a" using command down -- Cmd-A to select all end tellend tell
  16. When I print a note from 6.0.5, the title is printed (in bold even) regardless of whether 'Print Headers' is checked. What OS are you seeing this issue on?
  17. Hi gaz, I used the "encrypted:" search and I'll see if I can get it to work in AppleScript. Is the Attributes feature available in the Mac version? In the Mac client: 1. Click on the Search field 2. Click on the Add Search Option pulldown menu 3. Select Contains 4. In the second pulldown select Encryption 5. Click the Add button Alternatively if your system language is set to English: 1. Click on the search field 2. Type 'encrypt' Descriptive Search will suggest “Are you searching for Notes with encryption" 3. Click on the suggestion
  18. Thanks for reporting this. This is a Yosemite only issue. I’ve filed a ticket internally.
  19. I think we may have solved the mystery. If you keep pressing the “Send verification email”, it’s no surprise that it keeps sending you emails. The button is there to send you an email. In order to verify your address you need to click the big green button in the email. Once you do that, you should not be asked to verify it again.
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