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  1. I'm running Evernote 5.8.13 and I get hangings quite often (several a day). Evernote freezes and (Not Responding) can be seen on the window title. I tried to wait it off , but they last more that 10 minutes and sometimes seems to hang forever. I just Optimized Database and I still see the hangings. I have 10812 and many tags (I cannot see how many though). The size of the Evernote database is ~7 GBs. Is there anything I can do to pinpoint the cause of the hangings. I usually notice them when I'm about to edit a note. Best regards/Ruben.
  2. I ended up installing IrfanView and instead of Annotate this image I use Open With... IrfanView and Ctrl-R to get to the resize dialog, change resolution, and Ctrl-S to save. Make sure to overwrite the original file in the "Attachments" directory. After saving and exiting IrfanView the picture is update in Evernote.
  3. According to the Knowledge Base Article How to annotate images and PDFs in Evernote resizing can be done with Crop & Resize tool inside annotate and there should be a toggle that allows to switch between Crop tool and Resize tool but apparently Resize tool is only available in Mac. At least that what I think they mean with "Please note that the Resize tool is currently available on the Mac." (I take that they mean that there is only available on the Mac)
  4. How do you resize images inside Evernote for Windows. The Annotate This Image allows me to crop the image but doesn't let me resize it. At least I haven't found what I'm supposed to click to resize. I have see other posts mentioning - Click on the crop button then click on the resize button I do really don't see any resize button anywhere. Can anybody explain where exactly the button is or how to resize the image?
  5. i exported the same note from the evernote for windows and the resources there look all fine. My view on this is that evernote should redownload missing resources when it detects that one is missing. grsites.enex.xml.zip
  6. At least one of the offending notes was created from Safari . Here is the one of the notes grsites.enex.zip I'll try to identify all the others and see if I remember where I created those.
  7. I found some notes which contains resources with no "data" in them . What's the point of them? Is this data that got lost somehow? image/png1616019700101T000000Z There is bunch of those in my backup. I would like to know what happend with those resources.
  8. Is there something wrong with the forum´s search function? I tried to search for "ENML_VALIDATION" (http://forum.evernote.com/phpbb/search.php?keywords=%22ENML_VALIDATION%22&terms=all&author=&sc=1&sf=all&sr=posts&sk=t&sd=d&st=0&ch=300&t=0&submit=Search) and it doesn't find any post. although I'm sure that there is at least one. (http://forum.evernote.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?f=37&t=11769)
  9. Bump. Anyone from Evernote could look into this? I tried the same thing in the Evernote for windows and it was much faster (less that a minute or so to delete 5000+ notes).
  10. I'm attaching a Sample of Evernote taken with the Activity Monitor in case it help. I suspect that this has something to do this the view (i'm using list view order by creation date) Sample of Evernote.txt.zip I tried also with the thumnail view and got the same results.
  11. I have 7773 notes in the trash. When I select "Empty Trash" Evernote enter the "Application Not Responding" state and I have to "Force Quit" it. The console logs don't show any error. If I only select 534 notes to delete the Evernote hangs in "Application Not Responding" for ~15 minutes at 99% CPU load . That's 15mx60=900 sec . And that means that each notes takes 1.7 secs to be deleted. I don't know why it takes so much CPU to delete notes in the Trash. But the fact that this operation is blocking is quite annoying given that it takes so long to complete. Is there anyway to speed up the "empty trash" operation?
  12. By the way, that I realized that the email notes were properly imported but I was looking in the wrong place for them.
  13. Does anybody know how long it take since you send the mail until you can see the note in Evernote? I'm just began using the email address to send pdfs to evernote (2MB) and it seem to take hours.
  14. http://feeds2.feedburner.com/EvernoteBlog looks much better. You should try to "fix" the other one because nobody is going to read it (at least in Google Reader) with all those comments in it thanks.!
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