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  1. To go along with the screenshots.... This produces a 'Classic Link' for note to note linking within Evernote Open the note you want a Classic Link to Share the note Choose 'Copy Link' Choose 'Private Link' Paste the link in another Evernote note This produces a 'Classic Link' for linking to an Evernote note from a 3rd party app Open the note you want a Classic Link to Share the note Choose 'Copy Link' Choose 'Private Link' Paste the link in any Evernote note (even the note you want the link to) Stop editing (close the keyboard) Hold your finger on the newly pasted link until the options appear Choose 'copy' Open the desired 3rd party app Paste your Classic Link
  2. I agree DTLow. It is too complicated. Which is why people on this thread are trying to get Evernote to include a native function for classic links. Just copying the private link doesn't obtain a classic link. It is a web enabled link. To obtain a classic link in iOS, you have to use a 'complicated' workaround.
  3. @JMichael I took a look at your instructions. Excellent. Had I not already known how to do this...your in depth and well articulated description would have easily walked me through it.
  4. @udouble...if you are working in Evernote natively, there is already Classic Link functionality. For the scripts to be useful (fast) you need a program like Keyboard Maestro, otherwise it's just as fast and more convenient to use the built in Evernote Classic Link function. If you're interested in getting something like KM to launch your scripts...I'll walk you through it.
  5. I would VERY MUCH like to see a native iOS Classic Link function included in the iOS app. It wouldn't be difficult for Evernote to include in a future release. The coding isn't difficult to change a Web Link to a Classic Link.
  6. Thanks @Look! That worked perfectly in my initial testing. And I can actually understand the coding (marginally at least). You're awesome!!
  7. Before I do that, Dagfinn seems to think the bug has returned. I'm particular about who sees my notes, so methinks a look into the software first is in order. Make a 'test' note with random content. Send the link for the test note.
  8. I was running the script (shown below) by JMichael successfully tell application "Evernote" set _sel to selection -- Gets the Note(s) Selected in Evernote if _sel ≠ {} then set aNote to first item of _sel -- Get ONLY the 1st Note set noteTitle to (get title of aNote) set noteLink to (get (note link) of aNote) my copyLinkToClipboardAsRTF(noteLink, noteTitle) end if end tell --===================================== -- SUBPROGRAMS --===================================== on copyLinkToClipboardAsRTF(pURL, plinkText) (* ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ PURPOSE: Creates click-able HTML Link and Copies to Clipboard as RTF A normal user paste should work into most, if not all, apps that support RTF DATE: Sat, Jul 19, 2014 VER: 1.0 COMMENTS: • Can't use the AppleScript "set the clipboard to" command because it will just copy the link as plain text • I don't understand the data in the "set cmd to" line, but it seems to work • The HTML version of this is: <a href="url">Link text</a> REF: • soboks post on MacScripter.net forum, 2008-07-24 http://macscripter.net/viewtopic.php?pid=102416#p102416 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- *) set cmd to "\"{\\rtf1\\ansi\\ansicpg1252\\cocoartf949\\cocoasubrtf270{\\fonttbl\\f0\\fswiss\\fcharset0 Helvetica;}{\\colortbl;\\red255\\green255\\blue255;}\\margl1440\\margr1440\\vieww9000\\viewh8400\\viewkind0\\pard\\tx720\\tx1440\\tx2160\\tx2880\\tx3600\\tx4320\\tx5040\\tx5760\\tx6480\\tx7200\\tx7920\\tx8640\\ql\\qnatural\\pardirnatural{\\field{\\*\\fldinst{HYPERLINK \"" & pURL & "\"}}{\\fldrslt\\f0\\fs24 \\cf0 \"" & plinkText & "\"}}}\"" do shell script "/bin/bash -c 'echo " & cmd & " | pbcopy -Prefer rtf'" return end copyLinkToClipboardAsRTF I'm now getting the error code below... Error Number: 2 /bin/bash: -c: line 0: syntax error near unexpected token `(' /bin/bash: -c: line 0: `echo "{\rtf1\ansi\ansicpg1252\cocoartf949\cocoasubrtf270{\fonttbl\f0\fswiss\fcharset0 Helvetica;}{\colortbl;\red255\green255\blue255;}\margl1440\margr1440\vieww9000\viewh8400\viewkind0\pard\tx720\tx1440\tx2160\tx2880\tx3600\tx4320\tx5040\tx5760\tx6480\tx7200\tx7920\tx8640\ql\qnatural\pardirnatural{\field{\*\fldinst{HYPERLINK "evernote:///view/2147483647/s486/b6f08aa8-d37a-449c-ae79-9949b42bcd58/b6f08aa8-d37a-449c-ae79-9949b42bcd58/"}}{\fldrslt\f0\fs24 \cf0 "Copy Evernote Note Link (Classic) Script"}}}" | pbcopy -Prefer rtf' The only change I've made that I can put a finger on is upgrading to El Capitan. Any ideas on what's happening?
  9. Thanks patnpm...I'm not an AppleScript kind of guy. If the JMichael script hadn't started working, I would have eventually gotten the steps from your macro to work. I like the instantaneous result of the script. The complexity of your macro has opened my eyes to other KM opportunities. Thanks
  10. Actually...I just got the JMichael script to work for me! I put the (note link) in parentheses like you (Look) have been emphasizing and it led to the script running! Thanks
  11. Yes...I had seen that in the above posts and had tried it. The results are the name of the note AND an Evernote link. i.e.: Copy Evernote Note Link (Classic) Script evernote:///view/2147483647/s486/b6f08aa8-d37a-449c-ae79-9949b42bcd58/b6f08aa8-d37a-449c-ae79-9949b42bcd58/ Versus what you're 'supposed' to get with the JMichael script where the name of the note is a clickable link. The problem with the JMichael script is it doesn't work for me. And I'm not smart enough to debug it! I'm also trying to debug the macro that patnpm shared with me a few posts up...but would prefer the speed of the script.
  12. try wrap "note link" in parentheses, it should work. tell application "Evernote" set _sel to selection if _sel ≠ {} then set aNote to first item of _sel set the clipboard to (get (note link) of aNote) end if end tell This did work. I copied the classic link to the clipboard. Very simple and fast. Thanks. I'm not versed enough to debug at this point. Is there a way to make the note title the the link using AppleScript?
  13. I must have done something very wrong patnpm...after using the KM macro on a note...this was the output: eve150831213532
  14. I ran this script tell application "Evernote" set _sel to selection if _sel ≠ {} then set aNote to first item of _sel set the clipboard to (get note link of aNote) end if end tell And received this error: "Evernote got an error: Can’t make link of note id \"x-coredata://6770D54B-DE1D-4268-8765-FA83B2C7E3DC/ENNote/p2360\" of notebook \"Outlines\" into type specifier." number -1700 from link of note id "x-coredata://6770D54B-DE1D-4268-8765-FA83B2C7E3DC/ENNote/p2360" of notebook "Outlines" to specifier
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