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Gareth McCaughan

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  1. Gazumped, It looks like you're right: if sync fails and I quit the Evernote client, I don't lose my local changes. I'm sure I remember getting an "Are you sure you want to quit without syncing? You will lose your changes" message on a previous occasion, but whether or not I'm imagining that it doesn't seem to happen now. That's a relief :-). And thanks for the advice on ways to identify things that need syncing. As for the cause: if you have a look at my followup comment you will see that I have a conjecture about what happened. The underlying problem was indeed a local one -- but I
  2. On this occasion it turns out that exiting the Evernote client and running it again suffices to make the problem go away. Information in the activity log made it clear that in fact there were no local changes since the last successful sync. It would be very useful to have some way to tell, when there have been local changes since the last successful sync, what they are.
  3. Looking through my activity log, the start of the trouble on this occasion seems to have gone like this: 13:11:52 [50476] Client synchronization started ... it then gets as far as "0% Loaded updateCount: 3782"; in previous successful syncs this has been immediately followed by "0% Usage Metrics: sessionCount=0" but on this occasion the next thing in the log is more than half an hour later: 13:48:09 [36148] Comms Engine: getMessages 13:48:09 [36148] Communication Engine client handler failed to retrieve cached events from local data store ... and then the next thin
  4. Every now and then the following extremely annoying and data-losing thing happens to me: Evernote attempts to sync. A "Security Alert" dialog is displayed, saying: "This page requires a secure connection which includes server authentication. The Certificate Issuer for this site is untrusted or unknown. Do you wish to proceed?". If I select "View Certificate", it transpires that the certificate it's complaining about says it's issued to and by "self-signedKey". I have the option of installing this in Windows's "Trusted Root Certification Authorities Store", which sounds like a
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