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Joe Hummel

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  1. It seems it was the beta 8 for v5.6.0 that fixed the link pasting. They still show up blue (for me), but they link with URL prefixes of evernote:// Whew! At least it's back. Thanks for your assistance, Scott! Now, see if you can get them to direct all my links within Evernote.
  2. I've recorded a screencast depicting the steps you requested I take. I recorded it so you can see how I'm doing this (you suggested a possible workflow thing). You can find the recording here. Raw pasting works as you would expect (Evernote link). However posting within the URL box does not.
  3. I misunderstood what this statement meant: I took that to mean, that if I swapped out my version, that Evernote would go back to the way it used to work - links open within Evernote. Since all my Note links are always created within an Evernote app (desktop or mobile), I presumed that a newer version would resolve this bug. That being said, not only did it not fix the existing links (which I understand may not be fixable), pasting new Note links still cause the browser to pop. When I copy a Note link, I have the following prefix on the URL: https://www.evernote.com/shard/... The only wa
  4. Ok, so I've gutted my laptop of Evernote, from the App Store, and reinstalled the version from Evernote. Same exact results with Note links. It pops a browser window, then pops a new Evernote window. The only difference I've noticed so far, is when I copy a classic link, the link in Evernote is now blue, instead of green. This appears to be the way Evernote formats links as they are created. I have an earlier test, where I copied a classic link to test, and that link is still green.
  5. So, I should stop using Apple's App Store to update Evernote, and switch to the version from the Evernote site? The version I have running is 5.5.1 build 402628. The build from Evernote's site appears to be 402634. There doesn't appear to be a lot of distance between build numbers there. I just want to be sure before I go through the trouble of uninstalling, and giving up the App Store updates, that this is what you're suggesting I do to resolve this link problem. FWIW - as long as I logon to the Evernote site, after popping my browser window with the note, the Evernote app recently
  6. Thanks Wordsgood and ScottLougheed for the responses. To clarify my scenario a bit ... A few months back, I noticed that when I copy a Note link from within Evernote, and then highlight some text in another Note, and paste the link I just copied as a link for the text selected, it now comes up as HTTPS, instead of EVERNOTE. This did not appear to impact any previous Notes, where I had performed the very same steps to create those links. However, since I was slacking in investigating the cause behind the change in how Note links are handled, several months have passed by, where I've cr
  7. I use Evernote mostly on my Mac laptop, but also use the iOS versions when I'm in meetings.
  8. This has been driving me crazy for months. I thought I changed a setting somewhere. It was already a bit cumbersome to create note links, and now with this extra keystroke, it's even more so. Now, I have months worth of notes with links that keep popping a browser (while using my desktop client), and often require me to authenticate, since I don't use the web browser version much. Is there any way to correct existing notes programmatically? This is a major headache, and I can't believe that Evernote made this change, ruining my app-based experience.
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