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Dan Ortego

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  1. I'm using Evernote Premium with Safari (Version 7.3 Beta 1 (456838 Direct) Editor: 50.0.5661 (caf8aad). I have this small dot next to the Evernote icon on the toolbar and I can't figure out what it means. It's not present when I use Chrome. I scanned the internet, and I'm not the only person that has reported this, but the responses state that more information is required to troubleshoot the issue. When I click on the icon within Safari in an attempt to find an explanation, I'm taken to the Evernote sign-in screen, even though I'm already signed in. So, I go ahead and re-sign in; then I
  2. 7.3 Beta 1 works with macOS 10.14 so at least I can now use it. However, I'm having trouble with the App not knowing where it lives. Just for the heck of it, I wanted to run 'Check for Updates' from the drop-down menu. This is the response... Evernote can’t be updated when it’s running from a read-only volume like a disk image or an optical drive. Move Evernote to your Applications folder, relaunch it from there, and try again. Well, I did all of that even though it was already in the Applications Ifolder. Still, I uninstalled the App, trashed all of the pref .pst files, ran Disk Uti
  3. Yep, me too! Even though I made a copy of my hard drive before installing macOS 10.14, it became unusable. I was dead in the water, despite having access to the web version of EN. It's just not the same, and it's like trying to play the violin in a phone booth.
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