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  1. Hi SoftwareMarcus, Unfortunately I seem to be the 2nd case of not having notes display, although instead of not just displaying I have lost all my local notebooks since upgrading from 6 to 6.0.2. I don't want to double post so I'll just link to the thread where I elaborated on my troubles. https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/78453-i-upgraded-to-evernote-602-and-lost-all-of-my-local-notebooks/
  2. Hi there, I'm a university student just about to start my final exams for this semester and I've unfortunately lost all my notes for virtually all my courses; I'm hoping you guys will be able to help me out I've read through a lot of the related threads and searched around for remedies, but none of these remedies have worked for me yet. Here's my story: So I upgraded to Evernote 6.0.0 from the App store without a hitch a couple days ago. Been using it and it hasn't had any problems, aside from unexpectedly quitting multiple times when I tried to drag screen clippings from the Evernote web clipper into a note I was editing. Today however, I opened Evernote up but I couldn't edit my notes. I could see that they were there, and switch between them in the sidebar, but they weren't showing up in the main panel area and I couldn't edit any of them. Then, the titles of some of them started to switch to "Untitled", and their dates of creation & modification started to change as well. I wasn't sure what I was going wrong, so I googled some things and I got to this thread here (https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/78421-evernote-for-mac-6-mac-app-store-version-notes-not-loading-untitled-note-or-slowness-issues/) which suggested that I upgrade to version 6.0.2 to remedy the problem. I upgraded to 6.0.2 using a direct download from Evernote, but when I opened up the application, to my surprise all my local notebooks were now gone. I could now see and edit the notes in synchronized notebooks, but all my local notebooks (the majority) were nowhere to be found. I then began to google another way to fix this. I came across these threads https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/36874-where-do-evernote-files-live-on-my-mac-version-1083/ https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/21651-i-need-to-totally-restore-from-time-machine-how/ https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/42346-lost-all-local-notebooks-after-upgrade/ https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/40541-where-is-the-local-copy-of-my-evernote-notes-on-my-computer/ I've read through each one of them carefully and tried all the solutions. I was wondering if the reason nothing has worked is because I replaced an App Store version of Evernote with a direct download of Evernote? Because I've attempted multiple times to replace the com.evernote.Evernote folder with older folders from Time Machine and nothing has worked to bring back my old notebooks. I have also tried replacing the Evernote file folder indicated in method 1 in this link https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/36874-where-do-evernote-files-live-on-my-mac-version-1083/ Nothing has brought back my local notebooks to Evernote, but when I do some digging in the Time Machine folders of Evernote, I can find some html versions of some notes, but I can't seem to find any versions that can be opened and edited normally in Evernote. Although I'm a new member to this forum, I'm a member of many others and I'm well aware that it is easier to help someone who has already tried to at least help themselves. I hope that you can see that I've really exhausted all the possible strategies I can think of, and I'm in dire need of some assistance from people who are more tech-savvy than me. If you could give me some help that would be amazing since the entirety of my semester is on those local notebooks.
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