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  1. Hi gazumped, thanks for the reply! Your suggestion about the import folder made me think - I have a bunch of Apple Scripts to import stuff into Evernote and I just checked to confirm that Photos.app is scriptable, so I will try to modify one of my scripts to get the job done. The reason I have to avoid any dragging operations is that I am using Photos.app in full screen mode (which is great on the smaller MacBook Pro screen). It's just super convenient being able to stay within the full screen app and send stuff over to the Evernote app.... and yeah, I will be doing this A LOT in the com
  2. Well, it's 2018 and I just discovered this issue... I'm using the sharing extension in Photos.app on a Macbook Pro running macOS 10.12.6 and Evernote 7.0.3. To be fair, I haven't used the sharing extension in years - so I don't know if the duplication problem has been there before on my machine - but I'm seeing the following behaviour: I choose a picture from the Photos.app library and send it to Evernote. Immediately the app creates TWO notes - one of them has the image attached and the other one does not, instead it says �EN_ATTACHMENT� where the image should be. The note title and t
  3. "Repetition is good" - so here's another me-too-post: I'm pretty sure I stumbled upon this very discussion about two years ago when I first tried to find out why Evernote's Mac client wouldn't let me choose a thumbnail image. As a long time user of iPhoto (RIP), I was used to right-clicking on a photo and choosing "make key photo" (or simply hitting the space bar while browsing in preview mode). It hadn't even occurred to me that this feature might not be available in Evernote - this had to be a stupid oversight, right? RIGHT? Well, it's two years later (4 years since the OP started this disc
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