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dirgeprat

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  1. [i also posted this to the other topic mentioned above, but repeat it here to save people checking both topics]: Links in existing notes do still work in EN 5.6.1 (on the Mac client at least), but it requires right-clicking on the link, then selecting "Open URL" from the drop-down menu (annoyingly, it's right at the bottom!).
  2. +1 for being frustrated about this change. I just updated to 5.6.1 and got a nasty surprise. The main reason I liked the embedded links was to save disk space: if, for example, I import a 10 MB powerpoint file into Evernote, it seems to create a new copy every time I make a modification. These versions pile up in the Evernote subdirectories and, before you know it, you've lost 1 GB of space. Is there a better way around this problem that means I can forget about using links? One positive: I discovered this morning that links in existing notes do still work, but it requires right-clicking on the link, then selecting "Open URL" from the drop-down menu (annoyingly, it's right at the bottom!).
  3. Hi from a new user, first time poster. I upgraded to Premium last week, and expected to be able to see Note History for all my existing notes starting from the time I upgraded. However, I seem to only be able to see histories for notes inside new notebooks created after the upgrade. There is no history visible for existing notes, or new notes inside notebooks that existed pre-upgrade. Is that normal, or am I missing something? Is there a way to force the creation of note histories for existing notes/notebooks? If no, what is the recommended strategy for migrating to Premium? Please tell me I don't have to recreate all my notebooks...?! Thanks in advance.
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