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  1. On 11/4/2016 at 9:17 PM, DTLow said:

    The database for each account is under a number folder for example 123456

    I found that folder under accounts in the Application Support. Is all data, including the notes inside that even important settings?
    (I have not scattered / stored local notes on different macs)....

    I guess this is the right folder? (the size is 700 MB)
    file:///Users/sm/Library/Containers/com.evernote.Evernote/Data/Library/Application Support/com.evernote.Evernote

    I was not able to opion click for the info on "About Evernote"...... but the main thing is to know the excact location of the one important folder (to do a correct backup)?

     

  2. On 3/10/2019 at 4:17 PM, DTLow said:

    On Macs, we have Time Machine backups running in the background.

    For Evernote data there's third party Backupery.  
    I use Evernote's export feature on my Mac, automated with scripting.

    >>Recovery works down to a single folder.

    Think carefully about recovery for Evernote data, and how to use your backup files.

    For example, you've backed up the Evernote raw database.  
    I know how to use this backup to recover a note but it's a complex process.
    This would not be my preferred backup method.

    Are the Evernote Mac files hard to find? Spread in many folders? I remember in Snow Leopard (good old days) with Evernote v 6 it was easy to find.
    I am now using Osx High Sierra with the latest Evernote. Where may I find all the folders for a manual backup? Or is that to hard?

  3. Anyone found any solutions? I have a pdf file which opens fine in Evernote with this file-path:
    file:///Applications/Utilities/System Information.app/Contents/Resources/ProductGuides/ENERGY STAR.pdf

    And this path does not work ("Evernote does not have permissions"):

    file:////Users/sm/OneDrive/Komme i gang med OneDrive.pdf

     

     

  4. On 2/23/2017 at 9:06 PM, JMichaelTX said:

    The macOS support the phone URL scheme:
    tel://1231231234

    But unfortunately Evernote does not allow us to create a link using this scheme.
    Strangely enough, this forum does support, as I have created a phone link in the above link that will dial the number using FaceTime (connected to my iPhone).

    Evernote needs to support all custom (non-web) URL schemes that are supported by the macOS.

    Hi! :-) I am a KM fant too! Anyways not sure how to have the mac select other not so known Softphone apps (Ip) apps by default. The Facetime settings have no option for other than Zoom and Facetime on my Mac.

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