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romiem

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  1. I too am having trouble with getting Spotlight to index my Evernote notes. I am using an App Store version. However, take a look at the attached screenshot shows which the contents of my ~/rmist/Library/Containers/com.evernote.Evernote folder. Things to note: 1. The path of com.evernote.Evernote folder is located inside my Library/Containers folder - should this not be inside Library/Application Support? Perhaps this is because I am using an App Store version? 2. Inside my com.evernote.Evernote folder, there is a Data folder. Inside this Data folder there is what looks like a user home directory structure! It has it's own Desktop, Documents, Favourites, Images, Library etc directories. Very strange. 3. In this 'duplicate' Library folder, there is a CoreData folder (which doesn't exist in my real user home directory) which has it's own com.evernote.Evernote folder (Inception anyone? ). This leads me to suspect that Evernote is somehow corrupted itself by writing files to an incorrect directory, which has somehow caused it to replicate a user home directory structure within itself.
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