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  1. 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?
  2. 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?
  3. 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 myNote to myCreateDate end tell end repeatend tell
  4. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foobar
  5. here’s an example: tell application id "com.evernote.Evernote" set note_query to "notebook:Four" set foo to find notes note_query set bar to first item of foo set reminder time of bar to date "Friday, April 15, 2016 at 4:29:04 PM"end tell
  6. 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.
  7. 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
  8. I’m not seeing this delay. Please help me understand when you’re seeing this. 1) What application are you dragging from? 2) Does this delay happen for all image types, or one particular type? 3) Where are you dragging to? The dock icon? The note list? an existing note?
  9. Control-click on the notebook and select 'Manage Sharing…'
  10. https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/80534-evernote-for-mac-606-beta-1-released/?p=340236
  11. What happens when you click and type your tag name?
  12. What version are you using? This should not be happening anymore. If you’re still seeing this in 6.0.5, could you please pm me your activity log?
  13. I’m not seeing this with 6.0.5 on 10.9.5.
  14. Sorry, I did mean 6.0.5 and I am running OS version 10.7.5 The formatting button does turn blue, but then as soon as I start typing it goes back to black I’ve reproduced this and reported it internally. It only happens on Lion. Thanks for reporting it.
  15. I can't reproduce this issue. You say you're on 10.0.5, I assume you mean 6.0.5? What OS version are you using? Does the formatting button that you press turn blue?
  16. I tried printing this thread to pdf, then dragging your message from that pdf into a note. That worked for me. Are you seeing this with multiple pdfs? Would you be willing to share one of them with me?
  17. Please go to System Preferences -> Users & Groups -> Login Items and check whether any of the items listed there were located on your old drive. Remove them and you should stop seeing this error.
  18. 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?
  19. This is working for me in 6.0.5 What happens when you press tab?
  20. This works for me in 6.0.5. What kind of attachments are you dragging and which email client are you dragging them to?
  21. This is an OS issue. System Preferences -> Keyboard -> Text -> Use smart quotes and dashes Make sure that checkbox is unchecked.
  22. Right. As I explained above, when you’re looking at 'all notes', your new note is created in the main window because it is part of 'all notes', but when you’ve got a tag selected, the note is created in its own window because it does not have that tag.
  23. Control click on a notebook and select 'Manage Sharing…'. You’ll see a list of the people you’ve shared the notebook with and what permissions you’ve given them.
  24. Control click on a notebook and select 'Manage Sharing…'. You’ll see a list of the people you’ve shared the notebook with and what permissions you’ve given them. You can stop sharing with a particular person by clicking the X.
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