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  1. Hi, Which WINE version are you using? I'm currently using an older Evernote version without problems (mainly for text notes, tho). The security issue post mentioned "versions 6.4–6.7." so maybe you can try to downgrade? See: https://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=application&iId=2566
  2. Use the specific EN version mentioned in the first post.
  3. Regarding new NixNote 2 version: Thank you for the info on NixNote 2. Could you check the aforementioned problems in my #11 comment, please? Regarding WINE: I ran into two problems (Please, confirm them!): ALT+letter menubar hotkeys does not work properly. Pressing ALT will jump to the menubar, however I can't use neither the underlined letters, nor the arrows keys. Using a docking station with a larger screen resolution monitor messes up the display in EN under WINE. The area outside the boundaries of the smaller screen do not refresh.These are annoying, especially #1. So I find the Pl
  4. Thanks for the tip. I have done it, however explorer.exe still sitting in my systray (after quitting and restarting EN, and making sure tray icon disappeared). I'm going to test for the CPU hugging, it has occured again today (before disabling auto sync), although not after waking from suspend but during the day. I suspected sync as the troublemaker.
  5. This did not work for me. Also EN hugged all cores 100% this morning after waking from a suspend to RAM.
  6. Thanks for the update guys! I tried these and EN finally works for me (Kubuntu LTS, Wine 1.7, Evernote 5.8.13 GA). There are some minor hickups (like an occasional mouse lag), but I can live with those.
  7. 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. Thi
  8. I'm currently testing solutions for Evernote on Linux. So far every method has serious flaws. NixNote 2: - Does not display Shorcuts - Can't copy a note - Can't delete a note - Window shading/unshading display error - Sorting by Reminders from earliest to latest shows every note that does not have a reminder before any note that has a reminder - Sorting by Reminders shows the notes that has been completed - a running NixNote cancels Shutdown/Restart - last update 2014-05-05 Wine - Copy note crashes - Context search appearance seriously messes up display affecting the note even if it gets o
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