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Branden

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  1. Milli, Referencing this post from 2012, and this one from January it seems that 10.6 users are out of luck when it comes to the Evernote client and location settings. Your best bet would be to use the web client for setting location data. Here is a guide to setting location using the web client. You can use this map site to find lat/lon coordinates for your locations.
  2. Kneedeepat, The Activity Log for Evernote OS X is found under Help > Activity Log
  3. Hi there Scrim, Sadly, Word doesn't know what to do with Evernote note links. If this is not sensitive data, you can create a public share link that will open the note in an internet browser. To do that: 1. View the note in Evernote. 2. Click on the Share menu. 3. Click "Copy Share URL to Clipboard" 4. Open Microsoft Word and press Command + K to open the "Insert Hyperlink" prompt. 5. Paste the URL into the Link to: text box. 6. In the Display text box, give your link a name and press OK. Note: To turn link sharing off for that note, return to Step 3 and select "Stop Sharing" I would recommend adding a Shared tag to that note and any others to keep track of your shared notes easily. I hope that is of some benefit.
  4. Hi tgill, One way to export your notes easily to Evernote is to email the Notes to your Evernote email address. To find your Evernote address: 1. Open Evernote 2. Click on your name next to the sync button 3. Click on Account Info 4. You will see an email address under "Email notes to:" Highlight and copy that address. Now open Outlook. 1. Use command + mouse click to highlight the notes you would like to send to your Evernote account. 2. Click the Email button. An email window will open for each Outlook note you highlighted. 3. Paste in your email address and click send. You'll need to repeat this for each note that you would like to import. 4. Return to Evernote and press the Sync button. And that should do it! Let me know how that works for you.
  5. Hi swaldorff, If you have a few dollars to spare ($2.50 on Google Play), the app Light Flow might help. It will let you set LED, vibrations, and sound notifications on a per app basis. There is a free version, but Evernote is only supported on the paid version. That might help. Source
  6. Hi there jemostrom. There is a way to change the shortcuts of Skitch menu items one by one to shortcuts you would never use. However, I'm not sure it can survive an app update, meaning you might lose these new shortcuts when a new Skitch releases. If you follow this guide, please let me know what happens after a Skitch update. I'm using OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.4. 1. Click on the Apple icon on the top left menu bar. 2. Choose System Preferences from the drop down menu. 3. Find and click the Keyboard icon. The following window will appear: 4. Click on Keyboard Shortcuts and then Application Shortcuts. 5. Underneath the right window, click the + button. The following window will appear: 6. From the Application drop down box, find and select Skitch. 7. Note: This is where we start changing the shortcuts for Skitch menu items one by one. 8. In the Menu Title text box, enter the Skitch menu item whose shortcut you want to change. For example, if you type Arrow, the shortcut for Arrow will be changed when we're finished. 9. Next we'll set our new shortcut for Arrow. Think of a sequence that you will never use on accident. Such as shift + control + command + option + A. Phew! 10. Click in the Keyboard Shortcut text box and press your new shortcut sequence. It will be propagated in that field. Click Add. That's it! Repeat these steps for any shortcut that irritates you. A few notes: 1. The results are instant. You can double check by returning to Skitch and looking for the Arrow shortcut under Tools. 2. If you change your mind, highlight the shortcut (step 5) and click the - button, and Arrow will return to its default shortcut combination. I hope this helps! If anyone finds a simpler way to disable menu shortcuts, I'd love to know. Source
  7. Hey there milli, give this a try to reset your Location settings in OSX 10.6: From the Apple menu, choose 'System Preferences'. Choose 'Security', from the Personal section. Click the 'General' tab. If the icon in the lower-left corner is locked, click it to authenticate with your admin password (to unlock the Security pane). Click the 'Reset Warnings' button. Click 'OK' to confirm. Restart your computer. Shortly after restarting you will receive a message such as this: If you want to prevent Evernote from using your location, check the "Don't ask me again" box and press Don't Allow. If you want Evernote to use your you location, Press OK. Source Let me know if that helps or not. Branden
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