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  1. I managed to get around this by reinstalling the previous version of the application but what does that mean? Or get locked up indefinitely in this previous version or will I have to buy another notebook?
  2. I don't know the answer. Evernote has never officially supported the symlink method, and only supports downloading everything onto your local drive, which might not be possible, depending on the storage you have available. I suspect that this has something to do with the fact that Evernote moved the location of its database. If you use the new location, perhaps that will solve the problem. I have a Macbook Air with 128GB and 35GB in notes in Evernote. So I really need to allocate it on an external HD. I sought a new location and put the symlink but Evernote did not recognize anymore. The company might as well give the option to choose the location to save all files in the database, don't you think? The dropbox does this, just to give an example. It would be a fantastic addition.
  3. My Evernote connects to my database (with notes and attached files) on an external HD through symbolic links (symlink). With the latest update to the Evernote 5.6.0, the app not recognize the path to the database and is now downloading all notes in the cloud again. More than 20,000 notes with images, and files of various sizes attached. I've tried to redo and replace the symlinks again and nothing. Now what? Sorry my bad english but i'm using google Translator.
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