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  1. JMichaelTX, did you end up moving to Mojave? If so, what EN version did you settle on? Any problems (or regrets)? I'm thinking about doing the same, but I've been cautious about upgrading (still running EN 6.7.1 on El Cap). Thanks!
  2. Just wanted to give a quick update. Thanks so much to everyone that responded! I decided to hold off on upgrading macOS (got cold feet because this is my primary work machine), so I'll be staying on El Capitan for a bit longer. As upnix suggested, I think I'll test with both 6.11.1 and 6.9 in a VM. When I do decide to upgrade I will definitely post my results on here. Thanks everyone!
  3. upinx, I actually remember reading this post from you last November. Thanks for the suggestion! I was leaning towards 6.11.1 because I've seen it recommended a few times in the forums. For example, JMichaelTX suggests it in this post: But from what you mentioned, some of the performance issues were introduce in 6.10. Stability is definitely my biggest concern (version 6.7.1 has been super stable for me on El Cap). Do you feel like 6.9 is the more solid of the two? Also, I wonder if Evernote's support team would link us to a copy of the 6.9.2 installer.
  4. DDTLow, Thanks so much for replying! It's interesting that you mention reviewing the bug discussions because that's exactly what drove me to ask this question. I'm a bit of a lurker on this forum and usually read through all bug related posts for the macOS releases. I'm a huge Evernote fan, but it seems like they've experience some client stability issues for the past few years. Wonky app behavior is not as big of a concern to me as data corruption or loss. I was curious if there was maybe a consensus of the "safest" release to use for High Sierra.
  5. Hi to all of my Evernote users! I'm planning a clean install of High Sierra this weekend, and a clean install of some version of Evernote. Currently I'm using macOS version 10.11.6 (El Cap) and the direct-download version of Evernote 6.7.1. I've purposely stayed with this older client version because it's been very stable for me. And that leads right into my question: what version of Evernote should I use with High Sierra? I was planning to install 6.11.1 because it seems like many power-users in the forums suggest it as a stable release (big thanks to JMichaelTX for being an awesome contributor to this community!). Any suggestions? Thoughts? Warnings? Thanks!
  6. I just finally upgraded from 5.6.2 to 6.4 and I'm loving some of the new features! For years I have used a keyboard shortcut to open a note from the main window into it's own separate window. I would do this by adding a Keyboard Shortcut in System Preferences (you could do this because it was an app menu item). It looks like with this new release though that option has been moved down to the alt-click context menu. As a result I am unable to add a keyboard shortcut using that method. Can anyone think of a workaround? It's not a deal breaker by any means, it's just part of a deeply ingrained workflow. Thanks!
  7. Chatterer, thanks for your input! That's strange. I have always heard the DL version is preferred over the App Store version. Metrodon, from what I am seeing on this forum, it looks like the beta version contains most of the 10.11 fixes. I was just concerned with stability issues running beta. I am planning to contact Evernote support today, and will post their feedback on here.
  8. First, thanks so much to all who read this! I am planning to upgrade to El Capitan this weekend. I've been watching the forms lately and noticed some reported issues with Evernote on 10.11. Specifically the topic "Evernote Mac and El Capitan Issues". It seems like most known issues are being fixed in the 6.2 Beta instead of the 6.1 train. Does Evernote have an officially supported release for 10.11? I am actually still running 5.5.2, which I certain know is ancient, but it runs fantastic! I am definitely planning to update some time in the future, but the stability of my current version is great (had some performance issues testing with these later releases). Anyone updated to 10.11 yet and running EN with no issues? Which version is working best for you? Thanks!
  9. First of all, thanks so much to everyone who has taken a moment to look at this post! I have been an Evernote user for 5 years and have always used the Desktop client. A few weeks ago I was preparing for a clean install. I compared the note and tag counts between my Desktop app and the Web app, and I found that they were inconsistent. I located two notes on the Web app that were in the wrong folder and were missing content. Both notes were created 6 months ago on the Mac Desktop app in the following order: - new notes created in 'Inbox' folder - content added to notes (including attachments) - note title changed - tags added to notes - notes moved to 'Processed' folder The Web app had both notes in the original 'Inbox' folder, with the original title, without the project tags, and one note was missing attachments. My desktop app stays open nearly 24/7 and is set for 5 minute automatic updates. I have over 3000 notes and most of them are embedded with multiple attachments. My concern is that I might have lost data from other projects. Is there any way we can monitor local database changes? For instance, comparing a Time Machine backup with the current local database using a program like DeltaWalker. The Mac Desktop version I am using is 5.6.2 (direct). I have tested the latest version of 7.0.16 (direct) on another machine, but the typing delay makes it unusable. I am a premium user and I have raised a ticket with Evernote Support. I don't mean this as a criticism (I really do appreciate their help), but they take over a week to reply and all of their responses seem to be boilerplate. Thanks for all of your help!
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