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  1. I just wanted to report that my solution still works. It still allow me to sync across devices, and I have felt no ill effects. I will charge evernote not a single penny to simply do as above - they can get it in writing if they want. In the first line - notice that "myuseraccount" need to be substituted for your username. - or you can write like this instead if you do not know your user account: cd ~/Library/Application\ Support/com.evernote.Evernote/accounts/
  2. Ahh, the pitfall is this: if you are not used to the terminal a simple spelling mistake may do damage (delete all your notes, confuse evernote or the mac...) - and often there is no "undo" in the terminal.
  3. Sad to hear. Most likely the last line failed for you somehow.
  4. This is a technical answer - use at own risk!!! Preview will no longer allow you to save documents back into documents which live in the user library folder. Evernote stores our documents in /Users/myuseraccount/Library/Application Support/com.evernote.Evernote/accounts/www.evernote.com - most likely a good design! I know my way around the terminal - so this is what you can do: cd /Users/myuseraccount/Library/Application Support/com.evernote.Evernote/accounts/ mv www.evernote.com ~/Documents ln -s ~/Documents/www.evernote.com Explanation: First line moves the terminal into the evernote database folder. Second line moves the database folder to the users document folder. Third line makes a link from the original database folder to the documents folder. The result is that Evernote continues to work, and Preview now thinks the files are in the Documents folder (which they are), and allow us to edit them. This is not really the right way to do this - But it will work until Apple and Evernote sort out their stuff.
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