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  1. Go to Users & Groups System Pref pane, click on it, and there you will find Login Items. I suspect it's hiding in there. If not, I'd look in you User Library at the contents of your LaunchAgents folder.
  2. How many years ago did I post that the devs are more focused on things to sell/markets to expand into a note keeper for Mac that allows easy export? What a massive disappointment Evernote has been. Do I believe this functionality would be impossible or even difficult to include? Not for a hot second. The idea is clearly to get you into the Evernote world ... where the claustrophobia is palpable. I suppose the idea is to drive us toward Premium. But this pressure is even more annoying and relentless than an iPhone in-app ad. Sell me a terrific app. I'd buy it out front. But this business model stinks, I don't care how many conferences and videos imply the opposite. Read your forum, or have someone explain it to you: this one is full of pleas that no great app accumulates.
  3. You're going to see that more and more, and in itself is nothing to be alarmed about. I believe it's due to overzealous sandboxing or code-signing requirements, and is easily solved by trashing that app copy snd downloading a fresh one. If it persists, tell Evernote. But it's Apple's fault, not EN, not really And what is your setting in Security and Privacy System Preferences? Of course, any app can be opened from the contextual menu - not sure I get Apple's thinking here. That users are idiots? Who do not know how to use The Google?
  4. Okay, so you gave the option to NOT show Related Notes in Safari, as recently as August…. and then in the newest version took it away. Because?
  5. Just reading a post from the Evernote-to-iCloud service back in February. Another bone to pick: It ain't free! It's not even a modest fee, for most of us, tho that is not mentioned till you do some digging. I know--far from the only site that's doing this Sign Up For Free Trial gimmick. Sucks nevertheless. Maybe the color of money or lack of a budget also colors things Evernote, in a way. $10 a month for the lowest level isn't trivial. Why not be up front?
  6. Why do we need to mess with Applescript or anything else to export a note to plaintext? Not everyone enjoys deeper geekness. Is there really any technical reason?
  7. And this happens because of a phenomenon I've been observing with Evernote all along. I mean, just look at the wonderful things on the Trunk page or whatever it's called now. Wonderful! And then go on the iTunes app store and read what the real ratings are, people's real-life experiences. I did that often enough, and even tried out a few, to realize that Evernote is sooo taken with itself, there is absolutely no attention paid to, um, real consumers. At one point, I just wanted to yell, Will you stop developing new things and tend to what you've already released! Half of it doesn't work! For anybody? Or am I wrong, and Business users are getting prompt fixes? I just don't know. I do know, that despite my continued use of the free version, for now--being unable to afford Premium--that the Elephant in the Evernote Room, the inability to export a single note except by the (Mac) workaround workflow of print to PDF, the big red flag that Evernote wants to keep you in the walled garden of all time, speaks of things about this company's priorities. And you all put up with it! You show off your little workarounds instead of calling these people on their perpetual horseshit. Just read one answer from a tech on a current thread - straight? Simple? Hell, no. Evernote, sorry to say, will do nothing about this current disaster or any other, because that would mean genuine customer support. They either haven't a clue or are too cheap to provide it. Either way, there's something called NoteSuite that's kinda okay and I'm sure others will be along. Good luck!
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