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  1. 11/15 is a long time for a large company to not have put out any updates. Also, the last tweet from @ENScannable was a year ago.
  2. Just wondering if this product has any engineers assigned to it, or is it completely dead? It was a great app, but has become quite buggy lately. The unfortunate thing is, it's the only way to use my expensive Evernote scanner (apart from installing the ScanSnap software of my laptop, but that software is even worse! Does anyone with a scanner have another workflow they use? I wish I could just use it on my Mac (or a working app), wirelessly, without the stupid software. ?
  3. Looks like this is fixed after a reinstall. Thanks @kgg!
  4. Well I suppose it's good it's just me. I am on El Capitan. Let me try reinstalling.
  5. This is super annoying and has been an issue for quite some time. When taking a screenshot with the app closed, taking a screenshot brings up the grid of previous screenshots and loses the screenshot that was just captured. Steps to reproduce Close the app (but keep Skitch helper running) Take a screenshot with either the hotkeys or Skitch helper menu action Cry and retake the screenshot. Maybe I'm doing something wrong? Is anyone else experiencing this? Animated GIF
  6. Hi mcheng. I think the confusion is when the notebook is already shared. I don't want to re-share a note with a person who already can see that note because of it being in a shared notebook. I'd rather just mention it, same pattern as what I would do in other notes (e.g. let's say I wanted to make a 'Table of Contents' note)--grab the public link and put it in the new note. In that scenario, the application is smart enough to know I want to open it inside the app, not the browser. In general, is there ever a time that I would want to go to the browser version of the note if I'm already in the app? I can see this being the case if I email someone and they open the link in an email application, for example, but not from within the app. If 'sharing' the note is the only option (even though it's already shared), that seems like that'll work for what I need, but I still think it'd be worth your UX/dev teams looking into eliminating some of the friction of being sent to the browser, logging in, and so on. Hope that helps! Let me know if you need any further clarification.
  7. One thing that really bothers me about Work Chat is that when I share a link to a note that has already been shared, it opens in a the browser. So, for example, I have a notebook shared with my wife. I want to make a comment on a note within that notebook, so I use Work Chat. However, to reference the note, I want to provide her with a link. Why wouldn't the link open in the app she's using (similar to how it works if I put that link in another note)?
  8. No need to bring them back; They didn’t go anywhere. Nested tags still work in the Mac client. I've never used nested tags, but went to give it a try today – doesn't seem to be working on the Mac client. I'm using version 6.0.5. Others seem to be having the same problem.
  9. Hi. Welcome to the forums. My advice would be to use the direct download, which works and has more functionality. http://www.christopher-mayo.com/?p=135 Thanks, that's what I just ended up doing just now. I like to keep everything to App Store downloads, but oh well. Does the direct download auto update? EDIT: Nevermind, just saw the option in the preferences. Thanks! Glad I could help. And, thanks again to the developers who are willing to produce two versions of the app. I actually avoid the appstore for my apps whenever possible. Apps generally have options for auto-updates, you can get access to betas, the apps have more functionality, and they are updated more frequently. I'm not against he appstore in concept, but in practice, it degrades my experience on the Mac. I'm sure that's all true, and maybe I'll change my ways someday. The main reason I try to stick to the App Store, is that it's a very easy way to keep my Apps in sync across devices. Meaning, I don't forget what I installed on one machine. And, I never have to worry about 'backing up' the app.
  10. Hi. Welcome to the forums. My advice would be to use the direct download, which works and has more functionality. http://www.christopher-mayo.com/?p=135 Thanks, that's what I just ended up doing just now. I like to keep everything to App Store downloads, but oh well. Does the direct download auto update? EDIT: Nevermind, just saw the option in the preferences. Thanks!
  11. Is there any updates on this? I use this feature quite often, and was waiting for an update. There was one launched today (an update for Mac OS X), but it still doesn't appear to be working. I've seen a couple of threads on this topic, but none seem to have a concrete answer. Please help!
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