nicolml

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  1. Thank you for reporting these two issues. We're currently aware of both and we're investigating a fix. Thanks again.
  2. This is a bug in the graphics card driver. I'd recommend to update to OSX 10.10.5 to fix this issue. We still support all versions of OS X Yosemite.
  3. This is by design. Evernote 6.12 will only display notebooks in list. Keep in mind you can use ⌘J (Switch to...) to quickly find and access notes and notebooks.
  4. @Palladion @thhh As Chantal mentioned, we are shipping this beta early with some known issues: Although we love our beta testers and the feedback they have, please know that you're not obligated to use this version if it's not working for you. If you need to regress Evernote to version 6.11.1, follow these steps below. **Export unsynced notes and/or local notebooks (if you have any):** 1. Select all unsynced notes, or each local notebook, then right-click and select **Export Notes…** 2. Choose 'Evernote XML Format (.enex)' next to Format, then **Save** the file to your desktop * Detailed instructions at https://help.evernote.com/hc/articles/209005557 **Move your existing Evernote database:** 1. Open Evernote for Mac 2. Select **Evernote > About Evernote** 3. Press and hold the **Option** key and select **Open database folder** (keep this folder open) 4. Select **Evernote > Quit Evernote** from the menu bar 5. Move the numbered folder from the database folder to your computer's desktop * If you have more than one numbered folder, move each one 6. Open Evernote and log in to your Evernote account Evernote will download all of your synced notes from the servers and create a new database on your computer. You can then import any exported notes by selecting **File > Import Notes** from the menu bar. Once you finish syncing down your notes, you may delete the 6.12 Beta 1 database from your desktop.
  5. Hey @Kremik, Thanks for bringing that up. We have a bug open for this and it's currently being investigated. Thanks for reporting!
  6. We're currently aware of this issue. There have been some changes to macOS in relation to how PDF files are handled, and this is what is causing the issue with saving PDFs back into Evernote. There's some good information in this link: http://tidbits.com/article/16966 We're monitoring this issue along with changes to macOS to ensure we can restore this functionality.
  7. Hi there. This is fixed in the next Beta. Thanks for pointing it out.
  8. Thanks for reporting this. We have a ticket filed to investigate it.
  9. That's by design. Restoring a note from Note History will not restore the tag.
  10. @NDimmick Hi there, This is by design. In the most recent version of Evernote for Mac you can only encrypt text. You cannot encrypt text + other objects. The reason behind it is to increase stability to encrypted content across all platforms we support. Thanks,
  11. @Fors Thanks for bringing this up. We're aware of this issue and we're looking to fix this as soon as possible. Keep in mind this issue is isolated to the Mac. Seeing your tables in Evernote Web or any other client should display it as expected.
  12. @w.vela Can you submit your crash to us and open a support ticket? https://www.evernote.com/SupportLogin.action
  13. @VictorB Can you open a support ticket with us at https://www.evernote.com/SupportLogin.action ?
  14. @EdH Thanks for bringing that issue up. We filed a bug with Apple about this. "29008752 NSTokenField on 10.12.1 incorrectly tokenizes with hyphen character." We're waiting on the fix so we can make the necessary fixes on our end.
  15. @Dan Wilson Hey Dan, We're aware of this issue and the impact it has on our users. Personally it affects my workflow too. We hope to get this fix out as soon as possible, but right now no ETA.