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Paul Eagle

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  1. Excellent - all done. Date format as required, and I can change the dates! Thanks for your help @DTLow, much appreciated.
  2. I think I've "solved" it. I had changed my long date format (System Preferences->Languages & Region) to be YYYYMMDD. When I look at my Note Details it shows in that format - eg "20190718 at 14:00", but it seems to be unable to parse any changes to the date in that format (hence the beep and reverting to the original time/date). I changed back to the system default format so Evernote now shows the dates in the format "18 July 2019 at 14:00" and I can change them! So not ideal (and really a bug) but at least I can change them now. Now I need to find another way to get Cmd-Shift-D to insert a usable (and sortable) date format! Thanks for the pointers.
  3. Thanks for the reply @DTLow. That's the window I'm using too. I can change the values, but when I hit return or tab, they just reset to the original values (and it beeps). Sounds like it works for you though - curious. I did a default install from evernote.com and everything else seems to work - all my notes have synced to the machine, I can create new notes etc. Seems unlikely there's a permissions problem @PinkElephant?
  4. I've just moved from the Windows version to Mac and have a workflow that relies on changing the Created date. From what I've read, this should be possible on the "Note Details", but it doesn't work for me. I can see the Created and Updated dates in the Note Details window, but if I change anything in those fields and hit return/tab, I get a beep and the date/time changes back to its previous value. I can change the note title, add tags etc in that window and that works OK. Any ideas? Version 7.11 (457846 Direct) Editor: 69.1.8237 (1f0aea9)
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