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TheWingsAreDecorative

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  1. About every half hour when using Evernote on my MacBook Air (from early 2014, version 10.15.2, MacOs Catalina, browser is Safari), I will receive this message. I've been clicking "allow", but the fact is that I'd rather not be storing Evernote files directly onto my computer, and would prefer them to stay in the cloud, in order to save space. Assuming that this is what's been happening and that it's not some sort of virus, is there a way of disabling this function? I'm a bit of a newbie, so please forgive me if this is a question that's actually really easy to solve, but tbh I've done a fair amount of Googling and haven't come up with anything tangible so far. Thanks in advance for any help you can give, and please let me know if my post is in accordance with the forum rules.
  2. Hi, y'all! I've been having issues with some of my bigger notes (it's hard to know how many words/pages we're talking about, but it's a fair amount). I can still read them fine, but when I try to edit them the app grinds to a halt, then tells me it's having problems and that I need to restart the app. I can only imagine that this could be because of low memory- I have a very new Android phone, and there's 38% storage space remaining. What worries me is that, when I upgraded my account to the $35-a-year deal, nothing changed at all. I was of course hoping that my app would run more smoothly after paying for more storage space. Has anybody else had this problem? I've synced my files recently as well, but that didn't seem to help either. Thank you!! : )
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