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  1. Using System Configuration, I disabled all non-Microsoft Services and Startup apps. On reboot, I launched EN and the checkbox shortcut works - but only several times and then it stops working. Reboot again, same result. Strange. I've got the option enabled that converts [] to a checkbox, so that's good enough for now.
  2. No luck. I'll check after the next restart of the machine. CTRL+SHIFT+C is used in Win 10 here: https://www.howtogeek.com/353200/how-to-enable-copy-and-paste-keyboard-shortcuts-in-windows-10s-bash-shell/ But it's not enabled by default, and I have it disabled.
  3. I used to use CTRL+SHIFT+C to create checkboxes. This was in Windows 7. Recently moved to Windows 10 and the latest version of EN (6.22.3) and my beloved checkbox shortcut does nothing. Did something change? Other shortcuts, such as CTRL+SHIFT+B to insert bullet points, work fine.
  4. Closing in on 5 years and we still cannot exclude a notebook from a search. Emojis are a lousy consolation prize. 😒 It's 2019 and I'm still using workarounds for this lack of basic functionality.
  5. I don't use that script anymore because I dropped the process I had around that "daily" note. I don't see the code in my script file, so I must have deleted it. It's fairly simple to create as it just sends keystrokes to access menu options, tab, etc. You will have to insert pauses because without them, the sequence of keystrokes you send can outrun EN's ability to execute them. Again, it's simple - just look at every action you'd have to take to manually accomplish these actions using the keyboard. Then write the script to send those keystrokes (build up the script one step at a time, and add pauses as necessary to ensure reliable execution). If you run into issues, just post them here, and someone here can probably figure out the problem.
  6. 6.15.3 GA The saved searches in the toolbar disappeared. The notes linked in the toolbar remained, but all the saved searches have disappeared. I've been using 6.15.3 GA for a few weeks and this is the first time this issue has popped up.
  7. Agreed. I find the new quick launch and system tray icons more difficult to locate at a glance than the old icons. This rebranding is a good reminder that design can work against function when the design is motivated by factors that have nothing to do with function.
  8. Exactly. ;make Evernote active ^e:: IfWinExist, ahk_class ENMainFrame WinActivate return The script is looking for windows of class ENMainFrame, which don't exist when the main app isn't running. As @jefitosuggests, you could modify the script so that it checks for two states; if ENMainFrame exists, make it active; if it doesn't exist, launch the app. By way of background, I created this because my use case is I always have EN running, but it often isn't the active window (which will be the case for anyone who uses other apps frequently), so the script is just a quick way to make EN the active window so I can do whatever (create new note, search for a note, etc.) without having to use the mouse to click on the EN icon or use ALT-TAB to find EN among the many apps I have running.
  9. For Windows, the only option is an external scripting tool such as AHK or PhraseExpress, and even then, you're not bulk updating reminders, just individually updating them faster because you can use the keyboard and avoid the mouse.
  10. What good is that tag hierarchy for heavy mobile users if they cannot see it on mobile devices? This isn't a concern for me, as I use mobile devices mostly to recall information along with a little bit of info entry, and never for organization. But for someone who primarily uses mobile devices, info organization using tags is a real challenge.
  11. Agreed. This seemed like a total waste of time, effort and expense. I don't know that any of the regular users of this forum were impressed. In fact, I'd guess most were let down, as most of the regular posters have a list of improvements they'd like to see in the product, and I'd venture to say that not a single person had "change the icon color" or "change the elephant trunk's curvature" in their top 10 or even top 100 list of desired changes. Similarly for emojis, this has been met with much scorn and derision by longtime forum members. In the Windows subforum, the emojis are now a running joke. So I guess I'm not sure why you think the longtime forum users are blind to the missteps and diversions at Evernote.
  12. The knights of the notebook can be a bit sensitive. I wonder if Google had to deal with this when they switched from folders to labels. Couldn't imagine going back to folders for email, the thought alone makes me shudder.
  13. This thread is finally living up to my aspirations for it! ?
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