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  1. So I actually solved the problem a different way than what support advised. When support told me to try using time machine, I tried it but I couldn't figure out what to do, so I just decided to forget about it. But I'd actually imported the notes from export files, and I happened to find the export files (which I thought I had deleted) in an old backup drive. So that works, if you have that... but if they're important notes, you'd probably try that already...
  2. I opened Evernote after it updated, and I tried to find a note that is stored in a local notebook. It was not in Evernote. I searched, and nothing came up, then I noticed that all of my local notebooks were missing. I used the command+ space search feature on mac to search for the notes, and I found a folder that's com.evernote.Evernote, and opened it, and there was another folder in there, and the notes were in that folder. So I tried opening one of them What happens when I do that is that Evernote gives me a pop up that says, "This note belongs to (my email). Log in to that account
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