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Kosterby

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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. 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 mo
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