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  1. I have filed a support ticket on the issue, so at least they know it may be a problem. And yes, its on my list of reasons for looking for alternatives.
  2. Unfortunately both work-arounds (via Textedit or Applescript) are not supported by Evernote 10. Pasting URL schemes into Evernote 10 only paste the text of the link, not the link. And Applescript is not supported.
  3. EN 7 supported the built in MacOS Services menu within the app, but it is missing in EN 10. Please bring it back. Why: The Services Menu is a simple way to integrate system wide services with Evernote, such as Dictionary Lookup, search with Google, etc. but also user installed Services, such as the WordServices package from Devonthink with lots of text cleanup functions, texts statistics (word count, etc), and many other useful integrations. It is even possible to wrap Applescripts and Automator actions as Services. Furthermore, all Services can be assigned a keyboard shortcut for even easier use. All these posssibilities are gone from this version. While I also lament the missing Applescript support, I think this would be a much simpler way to implement some measure of system integration. Of note, I am not talking about adding an Evernote Service available for other apps, but of the addition of Services as a submenu under the Evernote app menu, optimally also as a contextual menu. A Send to Evernote Service available for other apps would of course also be beneficial. I am beginning to find 10 quite useful in terms of performance, but it is still lacking what I see as basic MacOS support.
  4. I really don't get why this is not available in the Mac client, as the above fix would seem to make it pretty easy to implement in a more userfriendly way – Table of Contents is listed as one of the features no longer available for Mac, not as "not yet available". I thought one of the benefits of cripling the app/using Electron was implementation of feature parity going forward :-( Upvoted!
  5. I could, but that is a tedious task with many stacks and notebooks, hence the wish for automation. If may be unclear from my previous post, but fixing illegal characters and just putting a note in the Incoming folder fixed my problem — the script works as a charm 😁!
  6. @andrewcalvin I tried debugging with the Script debugger app. The script failed because the "Incoming" folder was empty. I don't know how to tackle this in applescript, but I appreciate the help! Also, I found an illegal character (é) in a notebook name. Thanks a lot! Toke
  7. One enex files is produced, but the script end with this error: "gzip: can't stat: /Users/tre/Desktop/@Evernote/Evernotebackup/Blandede kilder.enex (/Users/tre/Desktop/@Evernote/Evernotebackup/Blandede kilder.enex): No such file or directory" I am sure the path to the directory is set correctly – I dragged and dropped the folder onto Terminal and copied into the script.
  8. I am very unhappy to report that this problem with new lines inserted in list occurs in Evernote 10 for Mac as well.
  9. My aim is to migrate all my notes & attachments, including the existing folders & stacks structure, from Evernote 7 for Mac to Keep It 1.8 from Reinvented Software. My original motive was the more flexible folder structures and organisation tools (bundles), and the gimped "upgrade", Evernote 10, has convinced me that I need a migration plan. Keep It allows for import of .enex files. I have found this to preserve all data, including note formatting, tags, image/pdf attachments, ect. Evernote allows for manual export of each folder, which is tedious for 57 folders. Therefore, I have hacked together various pieces of applescript code found on this forum and elsewhere in order to batch export all folders from Evernote. Then I can manually import the enex files into new parent "stack" folders in Keep It. However the script fails after exporting 17 out of 57 folders with an error message > error "Evernote received an error: Export failed for unknown reasons" number 15 The script: tell application "Evernote" set myFolder to "/Users/tre/Desktop/Notebackup/" delay2 -- repeat with eachNotebook in every notebook of application "Evernote" set notebookName to name of eachNotebook set theNotes to every note in eachNotebook set myFile to (myFolder & notebookName & ".enex") export theNotes to myFile end repeat end tell display dialog "Success! All notebooks exported to myFolder" Is this an evernote limitation or bug or is there something wrong with the script? I would appreciate any feedback.
  10. Related to this, were do I find the preferences to switch between inline and attachment views on Evernote for Mac? I have a similar workflow and frustrations as the OP. Apparently its under settings > Notes on Windows… but not on the Mac.
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