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  1. I see 10GB in ~/Library/Containers/com.apple.STMFramework.UIHelper.com.evernote.Evernote/Data/Library/Application Support and 12GB in ~/Library/Group Containers/XXXXXX.com.evernote.Evernote. But I just realised that the first one seems to be more than a year old from when I moved from the App Store version back to the Direct download version. So I will remove the first folder and see.
  2. Ok, so I switched to the non-App Store version of Evernote and it works great. So, seems like maybe Apple changes some limitations of the app sandboxing.
  3. Thanks DTLow and macfixer ! I already have Preview as my default for PDFs in Evernote. The problem is when annotating Preview makes a copy of the PDF and wants to save it on my Desktop rather than back into Evernote. So I have to then manually drag it back from the desktop and replace the previous PDF saved in the Evernote. I believe that Evernote used to work, and this is a bug that have crept back in. I'm running: Version 7.9.1 (457703 App Store) Editor: 62.3.7750 (ee6e44e) on MacOS Mojave 10.14.4 (18E226)
  4. I don't want to use the built-in Evernote/Skitch app to annotate PDFs. I'm running Version 7.9.1 (457703 App Store) on Mojave and I have this same problem with having to make a copy every time. Did this bug just come back? Or maybe it's a limitation of the App Store version?
  5. I know that Evernote integrates Skitch for annotating PDFs, but I would like to use the Mac Preview app instead (I find the text highlighting in Preview better). But I can't find a setting to launch Preview for annotation rather than Skitch. Is there a hidden option somewhere or some way to achieve this?
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