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  1. Item 1 is hard to overcome since changing one character in any encrypted text/file will likely compromise the entire note. But that's true of most any file type. For Item 2, since they already use AES-256, which is about as standard as you can get these days, I am guessing that rather than storing just the text of the output encryption, you would like the note to be encrypted, wrapped in some third-party file format, and then added to a note as an attachment, rather than text?
  2. I really like the workflow of the Linux version, so I may just install that version on my Mac and give it a try, but as for the regular MacOS version, how does one do the one-time (shared) password function? I have the Lock/Unlock, but don't see a one-time function I swear I saw mentioned elsewhere. Also, after the first encryption pass, I noticed that part of the word "Encrypt" appeared on that button over the lock, but the same does not appear on the Un-lock button. Perhaps an artifact of a prior version? Thanks, S
  3. I'm very curious how you do that. I know I can bookmark in FF, but didn't know FF had the capability to clip a web page. Is this some kind of add-on? Salgud: You can install the bookmarklet (basically a javascript-backed bookmark) into your FF Bookmark Toolbar by going to http://www.evernote.com/download/beta/#webclipper and dragging the rust/brown colored "Clip to Evernote" button to your toolbar. Then simply highlight the desired text on some web page and click that bookmark. As I'm on linux, I'm using that procedure, but I would love to see the URL of the page from which the clip came displayed somewhere on the note page. I see that it is thus displayed if I make the note public (actually, the public view is significantly nicer than the private view), but I think it should also be displayed on the note page, or at least available with other meta-data about the clip.
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