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masterninja01

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  1. Ends up I started using an applescript I could automate with a keyboard shortcut using alfred. Here's the applescript: try tell application "Evernote" set enLink to missing value synchronize repeat until isSynchronizing is false --THIS EMPTY LOOP WILL PAUSE SCRIPT UNTIL PREVIOUS SYNC IS FINISHED end repeat set savedDelimiters to AppleScript's text item delimiters set AppleScript's text item delimiters to {"/"} set foundNotes to selection set copyLink to "" repeat with aNote in foundNotes repeat while enLink is missing value set enLink to note link of aNote -- display notification enLink with title "Note" end repeat set copyLink to copyLink & enLink & " " set enLink to missing value end repeat set the clipboard to copyLink display notification copyLink with title "Copy Evernote classic note link" subtitle ((count of foundNotes) as string) & " notes processed" set AppleScript's text item delimiters to savedDelimiters end tell on error errmsg display dialog errmsg buttons {"Oops, an error occurred!"} end try The applescript is from Sander Robijns. It's wrapped in an alfred workflow. If you use alfred then just use Sander's workflow. If not, use the applescript and trigger it with other automation apps (i.e. Keyboard Maestro or even Services in OSX). I think this is a suitable workaround.
  2. Keep in mind that the new functionality will still paste an evernote:/// link within evernote. So if your pasting destination is evernote itself (such as adding a link in one note to another note), you don't need a classic link. But, I also agree, a keyboard shortcut for classic note links would be great for the times (fairly often) when pasting outside of evernote and the evernote:/// link is desired. Or at least place it as a menu bar item so that we can create a shortcut manually in the Mac system preferences. I mostly use it with omnifocus. So, it would be good to have some kind of access to it (via applescript or keyboard shortcut) so I could automate. Thanks for the reply!
  3. Is there another way to copy a notes "classic link" (evernote:///) rather than going to the note and pressing opt+control-click then mousing down to the "copy classic note link"? I looked in applescript but I think it only covers the regular note links ( Also there is a keyboard shortcut for copying the normal link (on mac cmd+opt+ctrl+C) but not the classic link. Making this easier to do would help me out and I wonder if other people would like this as well.
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