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  1. Why change how the in-page bookmark hyperlink behave? <a href="#some-anchor">Text</a> It used to work as expected (clicking on the link jumps/scrolls to the labeled part of the note) and I have used it to implement in-note Table of Content and such. At that time clipping webpages with similarly structured TOC also worked well. But this is gone for some reason in 6.9 (still worked at 6.8) and I wonder why? Considering how universal this kind of bookmark/anchor is in the general world of HTML/XML, it's surprising to see it taken out suddenly. Edited: Instead of ope
  2. I'm just a bit wary about the implied responsibility and moral burden that come with money , because I cannot make any promise about committing to the project. And so far the plugin has only 158 downloads anyway... But I'm glad if you find it interesting. Yeah I learned about the sublime package a few months back when I had written a barely functioning version of EVND. I tried it and found it to be pretty cool, but not quite what I want. For a few reasons: 1. No MathJax. This is very, very high on my priority list. MacDown and StackEdit don't sync to Evernote, and Marxico doesn't support
  3. I guess the short answer is I don't have time or motivation to seriously invest in developing a commercial product. And EVND at this moment is very, very far from mature. It works fine for me, because when an error pops up I as the author could easily figure out what happened and what to do, but to make it work for general users would be a totally different story (for now I don't even know how to explain the installation/set up process to users who doesn't know about GIT). It started as a very simple extension to the official Atom Markdown Preview package that sends rendered HTML to Evernote a
  4. The package: EVND (Ever Notedown) So this is a plugin for Atom Editor by Github that acts like an alternate editor for the Evernote Mac Client. Basically it extends Atom's Markdown editing capacities with features like LaTeX/MathJax equation editing, TOC, footnotes, image insertion via pasting, etc. And it communicates with the Evernote Mac Client via AppleScript so it can do things like creating/updating notes (as rendered HTML), import notes from Evernote and convert to Markdown formats, etc. I initially wrote this for my own use, and over the course of about a year, it has become in
  5. Fantastic! It works very well in Mavericks (10.9.5) with EN Mac 6.0.7. Thank you so much for all your patience and quick responses to my posts. May I make one suggestion? Instead of pasting the link, how about just leaving it on the clipboard and displaying a popup dialog to that effect? Then the user to go to the desired location and paste it, rather than having to cut and paste. Thanks again. This is a huge addon feature for EN Mac. May I request another addon? Often this need for an internal link/bookmark comes up because it was originally setup as part of a real web page. Wou
  6. Thanks. I'll give it a try. OK, I have tested on one Note in EN Mac 6.0.10 and 6.0.6, and both worked fine. FYI, I setup my Notes so that the Note I tested was NOT the first Note in the Note list to make sure that your code was using the correct Note for the "sanitizing". It worked! I'm still a bit concerned about the Note selection AppleScript code, but it worked OK in my limited testing. BTW, I renamed the Automator Service to "EN Create Bookmark" to help identify it as an Evernote service and to use the HTML "bookmark" term. Thanks again for sharing this Automator
  7. That's a very good idea, I missed that part about "selection" from the official document, thanks! I just updated the workflow with the snippet.
  8. Fantastic! It works very well in Mavericks (10.9.5) with EN Mac 6.0.7. Thank you so much for all your patience and quick responses to my posts. May I make one suggestion? Instead of pasting the link, how about just leaving it on the clipboard and displaying a popup dialog to that effect? Then the user to go to the desired location and paste it, rather than having to cut and paste. Thanks again. This is a huge addon feature for EN Mac. May I request another addon? Often this need for an internal link/bookmark comes up because it was originally setup as part of a real web page. Wou
  9. I don't think it's the EN 6.0.10, it's probably due to the funkyness of the workflow itself (the implementation is far from ideal). A few things to check: 1. Is the note you are editing opened in a separate window? 2. If not, is the note shown as the first item in the note list in the main window? The awkwardness comes from the fact that I don't see a easy and definite way to get "the current note in the main window" via applescript. The workflow sort of assumes that use is editing the note in a separate window, or the note list in the main window is sorted by "updated time". I've updated
  10. This workflow just doesn't seem to want to work for me. Your alternate version (no ruby) doesn't work either. It fails with a Javascript error. Apparently the Automator "Run Javascript" is a new Action added in Yosemite. I'm running Mavericks. Here's the Automator error msg: Sorry to be so much trouble. Any suggestions on what to do next? My bad again, totally didn't think of compatibility issues. I re-wrote the workflow in AppleScript which should be supported in Mavericks (I think? I don't have access to a Mavericks machine at this moment so I cannot verify) and upd
  11. Thanks for the fix. Before I try it, I had an idea I want to ask you about. I read in your ReadMe that "Since the Evernote client will automatically add evernote-html-snippet:// to links with href starting with #, use applescript to scan the whole note and get rid of all these redundant strings". What do you think about using "file:///" prefix? So, the link would be: <a href="file:///#label-text">Link text</a> Would that prevent the EN client from adding the "...snippet://" prefix? Well, yes, it would indeed prevent EN client from adding "evernote-html-snippet://", but i
  12. What do I do now? Thanks for your help. Well apparently I did not take into consideration that most people would not have xcode and other dev dependencies installed, my apologies... So I made an alternate version that does not require any ruby gem... Would you mind giving it a try? It's not quite as smooth as the original one (you won't be able to easily undo the operation, etc.) but the basic functionalities are the same.
  13. @frogwell: I need help installing your workflow and supporting libraries. Specifically, how do I install pasteboard? I have never used Ruby or gem. I downloaded the pasteboard-master.zip from https://github.com/drbrain/pasteboard. I unzipped it. But when I run "gem install password", I get this error: Perhaps I need to move the pasteboard-master folder somewhere special? If so, where? Do I need to run the "gem" command from a specific folder? If you can, please provide specific, step-by-step instructions. I suspect others (non-programmers) will need this as well. Thanks. Ah
  14. @CoreParadox: I just use a link that starts with "#" (without the "file:///"), as in the usual HTML in-page linking technique: create a pair of <a> elements (the link and the anchor) and assign a label, and it would go like this: <a href="#a-label">This would be the link!</a> and <a name="a-label">This would be the destination!</a>
  15. @CoreParadox: May I ask why the link would start with "file:///"? I actually haven't got time to run your program yet, but I seem to remember that in the Evernote OSX client, a link of this form would take you to the "Finder".
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