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  1. @jefito Thank you for sharing the script!
  2. I have a .bat file like this: "C:\Program Files (x86)\Evernote\Evernote\enscript.exe" exportNotes /q notebook:zzzz /f C:\000\aaaa.enex "C:\Program Files (x86)\Evernote\Evernote\enscript.exe" exportNotes /q notebook:"z - 000" /f C:\000\aaaa2.enex pause The first command works to give aaaa.enex. But the second command does not give aaaa2.enex. How can I make it work without changing my notebook name? Thanks!
  3. I can get such a table cell as below. But the width of the cell still depends on the number of characters, but not the actual line height. <td> <span style="-webkit-writing-mode: vertical-rl;">vertical-rl</span> </td> Is it possible to get something like this in Evernote? https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/direction Or what is the best place to get help on these topics about Evernote? Thanks!
  4. Thank you for comments from all the people above! @dconnet Thank you for sharing info about enscript! I have another question: is it possible to work out a solution to work with EN just as VBScript working with Microsoft Office?
  5. Do you mean that Evernote APIs can access the local database directly and also get the changes synced to the server? Thank you!
  6. Thank you @gazumped for your comments! Thank you @DTLowfor your reference to Evernote's APIs! I have two questions about those APIs: 1. Are Evernote's APIs accessible for common users (but not mobile app developer) on Windows desktop? 2. The EN client for Windows does not store every single note as a separate enml (?) file as the EN client for Mac does. So, on Windows desktop, it's impossible to directly modify the source code of a specific note without Export/Import it. Does Evernote APIs make this do-able with the Windows client?
  7. Thank you @gazumped for your comments! This is the first time I hear about Filterize, which claims to use "an AI algorithm that can detect the structure you use in your Evernote database". It seems not to be a good idea to allow a third-party app to access the whole database.
  8. Thank you for your comments! A typical case is like this: 20 html files saved on disk > batchwise processing (similar to web scraping) > imported to Evernote > automatically indexing by adding tags or other fields
  9. Thanks for sharing! The text editor should better be good at scripting with RegEx and handling files batchwise.
  10. I'm a Windows user and have no experience with Mac. Anyway, thanks for your quick response!
  11. In a previous thread, I referred to Komodo Edit as the tool for tweaking .enex files. But JS scripting functionalities in the free version of Komodo Edit are very limited. I think that many people here work with tweaking .enex files in their daily work. Could you kindly share your idea about the the best tool for editing .enex file, especialy in scripting with regex to modify .enex files in a sophisticated way? Thanks!
  12. Sorry for deleting the unpleasant post. Thanks.
  13. I understand that security is important for all kinds of cloud service. But, it would be unacceptable if Apple denied iCloud service to my iPad2.
  14. Yes. I tried it. No usable version is provided.
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