Jump to content

gurlinthewurld

Level 1
  • Content Count

    5
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

1 Neutral

About gurlinthewurld

Profile Information

  • Subscription
    BASIC
  1. Yes @evernomeansno, I submitted my issue to technical support, and I heard back (it took a few days). The support offered to convert it for me if I sent them my .obj file, but I opted to do it alone, so contact them if you prefer they do it. Here is the summary of the steps to take, but bare in mind: 1) You need access to command line, on Mac, you could use Terminal for example. 2) You need to have Xcode installed, which you can get from the App store (free, I believe). 3) For the below path, check that your Group Containers path, and your obj file path follows this p
  2. Has anyone been able to recover the quicknote through quick-note-preserved.obj? Is there a way to open this .obj file to read, recover or convert it to the original quicknote text? Is there another thread with the solution to this? Please help. Thanks.
  3. Thanks for reply, @gazumped If any @Evernote user has experienced the same issue above, and has discovered the cause -- or should a dev/tech come across the cause and solution, please do respond. I'd appreciate it. I'll try the twitter support and chat (they've been offline), as well. While this isn't a "ticket," I'd like to mark this topic's thread as open, and unresolved. I'll post back if I discover something. cheers!
  4. I am baffled by the Match Style Paste on Mac, as my formatting is no longer retained. I am Mac OS X Sierra 10.12.4 and I did a routine software update today. Yesterday, anytime I pasted from any source (specifically Chrome content), I could see the format of clipboard with a simple command + V (no shift) after copying. Today I am pasting from my clipboard and the formatting is not "matched." I tried Paste Match Style from Edit menu, the shortcut command + shift + V ... I even tried fiddling with "simplify format," to see if I had "toggled" a setting ... nothing. Frustrated by the lack
  5. I see the OP was concerned about not seeing any text when pasting into a note. I am baffled by the Match Style / Format issue - Mac OS X Sierra 10.12.4 - and I did a routine software update today. Yesterday, anytime I pasted, I could see the format of clipboard with a simple command + V (no shift) after copying. Today I am pasting from my clipboard and the formatting is not "matched." I tried Paste Match Style from Edit menu, the shortcut command + shift + V ... I even tried fiddling with "simpify format," to see if I had "toggled" a setting ... nothing. Frustrated by the lack of
×
×
  • Create New...