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Jeff Bass

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  1. I just wanted to update anyone who might be following this post with what I have discovered with offline access in 10.x on Mac since my previous posts. I downloaded a fresh copy of Mac 10.4.3 on another Mac which is running MacOS Catalina 10.15.4. I got a blank white notes screen, but let if run for a while (overnite). Then, when I quit Evernote and restarted it, my notes were visible, current with my Legacy Evenote version (running on a different Mac) and were available for editing. I turned WiFi off and was able to see my notes (with the same window message about being offl
  2. @gazumped, thanks, in v 10.3.7, I do have the option set and I can (thanks to earlier helpful posts in this thread) see the 10.3.7 database. The database is present and some of the files have very recent modification dates & times, so it is being updated, at least sometimes. But even with the 10.3.7 local database enabled and (seemingly) updating, I cannot see my main note list (all a bare white window) or start a new note (opens a bare white window). These blank windows have been present since I tried to use v 10.3.7 offline and they are not resolving. @lbramos, I have tried turning
  3. Thanks again to both of you @DTLow and @gazumped. I was able to download and set up Evernote Legacy. My local Mac database is where it was supposed to be and it updated quickly. It was SOOOO nice to see the spinning "sync" button again. And to have the File--> Sync and the File--> Save menu choices again. I looked at my Evernote database folder on my Mac and I have 11,000 notes taking up 15GB. I really want my primary Evernote database to be on my Mac with only a Sync copy in the cloud. The new Evernote version is designed around the cloud database being the primary one (and the only co
  4. Thanks to both of you, @gazumped & @DTLow, The menu options are different and there are fewer of them in Evernote 10.3.7 on Mac. I found the folder (thanks, @DTLow). It contains lots of subfolders and is clearly not intended for use by users. In an attempt to see what might change in those folders (without changing anything), I turned of my Mac WiFi and tried to use Evernote offline. When I started Evernote while the Mac was offline, the main screen came up completely blank (just a window frame with absolutely nothing in it). There was no way to "refresh" it. I tried to use the
  5. There have been previous posts about where Evernote Mac Version 7.x did it's local Mac data storage. What is the new Evernote Mac local data storage location? Has it changed? The old way of finding the storage location (holding the option key while selecting the Help pulldown from the Menu bar) does not exist in the New Mac 10.3.x version. Anyone know where the new location is?
  6. When I am typing at the end a longer note, my typing is faster than the software can display my typing. Performance in keeping up with typing / text entry is much slower in this new Mac version. I am not an especially fast typist; but the Evernote typing responsiveness in the new version is noticeably much slower than the old version. While I am typing, the characters I am typing do not appear until several seconds after I type them. If I pause in my typing, the app does catch up in a few seconds, but this is annoying to the point of "note typing not being usable". This problem is intermitten
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