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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'm presented with the dialog suggesting that cookies may be blocked (they are not). Since none of this weirdness occurs when using Google Chrome on the MacBook Pro, I'm confused. Then I tried to see if the same anomaly (for me anyway) is present with Microsoft Edge, but I not able to get Evernote work at all over there. As of this posting, I have removed the Extension from Safari for the Mac and reinstalled it, changed my Evernote account password, searched within this forum FAQ, but I have yet to find an answer. Please advise
  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 Utilities Disk First Aid. Any thoughts?
  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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