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  1. Thank you @BSR ! All the formatting is gone, but I suppose it's better than nothing. I still find it rather strange that an entire notebook suddenly disappeared like this, and that even though the notes are there in the database folder, they aren't appearing in the Evernote App. I hope the developers can take a look and find a fix so this doesn't happen again. This has been a huge loss of productivity, which does not really reflect well on an App whose focus is to increase productivity. Thanks again.
  2. I was able to identify one of the missing notes in the Evernote Database folder "/Users/JuliaGulia/Library/Containers/com.evernote.Evernote/Data/Library/Application Support/com.evernote.Evernote/accounts/www.evernote.com/70131138/content/A00AE345-3766-466F-8D5C-664E96777505" In the folder there are the following files: card.png content-original.enml content.enml LocalNote note.xhtml quickLook.png snippet.txt I double-checked using search in the Evernote app that the file is not there. You mentioned: >> I think you double clicked on a .enml file - we m
  3. Pls find screenshot attached. I selected one of the files which my computer identified as one of the missing notes, which I found by looking for a unique term that I know was in the note "p142.enspot".
  4. I see, thanks for the clarification. I searched Evernote, but they don't appear in the search results. I also look in the "Trash" notebook in Evernote, but the missing notes are also not there. I believe this is a bug in Evernote, and may be related to the transition to the recent "upgraded experience". Is it possible Evernote has changed the formatting of their note files in the upgrade? And if so, is it possible the notebook name "******" is causing some sort of conflict with the new file format?
  5. @Guru, I'm not entirely sure what you mean by "learn a lesson", but please note the implied accusation is not helpful or constructive. I did not "mess around" with the file system prior to the notes disappearing. The issue originally occurred when I was using my computer in the normal course of my day. No "messing around".... To reiterate, this is what happened leading up to the disappearance: I had Evernote open, and I was on the internet on Firefox or Safari (I don't recall) I recall switching to Evernote using Command+Tab, but when I clicked on the note I wanted to write it, the s
  6. I did some additional digging and found the notes from that notebook on my hard drive under the hidden "User > Library" folder. The exact path is "User > Library > Containers > com.evernote.Evernote > Data > Library > CoreData > com.evernote.Evernote > A0D95BB7-56D2-41AC-83A2-03601324335A > ENNote > _records" When I double-click one of the files of the notes that I know is missing ("p.142.enspot"), I get the following message in the Evernote Application: "The note you selected belongs to '***w@b****.cc'. Would you like to sign in to that account?
  7. I had a notebook named "******" So it would show up at the top of my list when sorted by notebooks. This Notebook has just disappeared. I used it to track critical information that I need in my job. Here's what happened immediately leading up to the disappearance: 1) My hard-drive was full, and I received a message that said something about "Macintosh HD is full", and the application closed on its own. 2) I deleted files and made space on my hard-drive, then re-opened the Application. 3) Upon opening it, it game me a message that said something about needing to "Re-index",
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