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  1. I don't know if it's interesting to you, but there's a new NixNote beta. It seems to be more stable. I don't know about new features. Here's the link: http://sourceforge.net/projects/nevernote/files/NixNote2%20-%20Beta%204/
  2. I'm not sure I understood all the problems you described with Nixnote 2. I know it's a beta, and crashes from time to time, but: My installation shows all links in note text, and the note link is shown when you click the small down arrow at the top right of the note metadata (right by the notebook);There is a "Copy" option on the "Edit" menu, and if you right-click on a note on the note list, you can duplicate or delete it. There's a "delete" button on the toolbar as well;Can't say much about the other issues you raised. As for Evernote, you seem to have tried every trick I had in my book. This was the point when I decided to give nixnote a try. Truth be told, I tend to create stuff from the web interface, and use nixnote to access if offline, mostly.
  3. In case any of you are interested on a 3rd-party client, take a look at NixNote 2. It's still beta, and it may take some time to synch if your EverNote database is big. But, a few glitches aside, it works quite well for me on Kubuntu 14.04. Version 2 is a Beta, and you'll have to download the source and compile. Quite common for Linux people, unfortunately. There's a stable version 1.5 and a version 1.6, but I don't know how well they are.
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