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  1. I GOT IT. It turns out, my quest for the Core Data folder was pointless, because it actually WAS stored in Application Support. I replaced that com.evernote.Evernote folder with my backup, and everything is hunky-dory. I'd like to thank the academy you guys for all your help.
  2. I'm willing to try it, but my com.evernote.Evernote folder is currently my backup, and it's on my desktop. My Library folder is greyed out, and even so I don't see the Core Data folder inside it. So I'm not sure how to replace a folder I can't access. X( Also, for the time being, I'm just trying to open these local notes in EN Mac. I've run into too many unrelated problems with Windows that it's not my main concern at this point.
  3. Doing that creates a note in EN, but it doesn't translate any of the HTML into a note. It's blank. I tried dragging the enml files, but it did something weird like this:
  4. This is from the com.evernote.Evernote file I copied over my external hard drive. The location of these greyed out files (on the very right) is com.evernote.Evernote/accounts/www.evernote.com/(an 8 digit number)/content/(each note is kept in files with a bunch of letters and numbers) When I try and import notes from the Core Data folder, I can't find it, so the com.evernote.Evernote folder I'm trying to import from is just on my desktop.
  5. I've tried both and they don't work. The files are greyed out. Do you know what that could mean?
  6. Changing the extension to html and then opening in a browser works! This allows me to copy what's in the browser into a new note... but I wonder... Is there a way to tell Evernote to just open up these html notes in the program itself, in Mac OS? I could just do what's above and copy and paste them, but I have something like 200 local notes. Why can't Evernote just open up the enml files in Evernote if it's in Mac OS as well?
  7. I wiped my MacBook Pro for the purpose of putting a Windows partition using Bootcamp on it. About half of my Notes are local, and I found where they were stored on my Mac. So, thinking I was doing all I needed to do, I backed up those Evernote folders (com.evernote.Evernote, etc.) to an external hard drive. My plan was then to simply move those folders to where local Evernote folders are stored on Windows. Unfortunately, I wasn't aware that folders that can be opened on Windows can't necessarily be opened on Mac (even Excel folders, but that's another problem for another day). I looked up, and I was apparently supposed to export those notes ahead of time. I still have the folders for the local notes with them having a card.png, content.enml, quickLook.png, and snippet.txt. I can't open up the content.enml files in Evernote, but I can in TextEdit. It looks like HTML. My question: is there a way to modify these content.enml files so that they actually open up in Evernote? Or maybe a way to automatically modify them from enml to Word files?
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