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  1. Is that the phone you are using? I assume you already tried forums for your specific phone. I found a similar link: https://www.androidpit.com/forum/743076/what-s-the-default-format-of-phone-screenshot-png-or-jpg-and-is-it-possible-to-change-it Dealing with hard-coded root issues is nasty business. Sorry I could not be of more help.
  2. Android? Someone might know the answer at the Android forum, but I don't think you can do that in Android. But as Jefito mentioned, it might be a system setting rather than Evernote if you are seeing PNG, on my phone I am seeing JPG as well. You might need root access to make such a change, if at all possible.
  3. Hold the Ctrl key while clicking on Sync, you should be able to see the problem notes. Sorting the note list by sync may also help with seeing the problem. After that you can try any number of things on the notes that are not syncing.
  4. I agree with the AutoHotkey suggestion, but if you are not familiar with scripting, and this is a one time project, it could be hard going at first. I wrote a simple Autohotkey script and tested it. All it does is delete a single notebook without any confirmations. Since it deletes only one notebook at a time, it is less prone to errors, so no need for loops, sleep statements, etc. (Caveat: having your trash notebooks on a separate stack will not prevent other notebooks from being deleted without warning if you go too quickly, so be careful, there is no undo for notebook deletion! Though you can recover individual notes.) You use it by highlighting the first notebook in the list, pressing Winkey + D, the first notebook gets deleted without confirmation, and the highlight moves on to the next notebook, and so on. Place the script in the AutoHotkey.ahk file, (located in your "My Documents" folder), making sure there are no other scripts with the same key sequence (can change it to whatever you like) #d:: Send {Del} Send {tab} Send {Enter} return Make sure the left panel is visible, of course.
  5. Thanks for the additional details, it is as you say. Interesting that this can be done outside the program but not inside of it.
  6. No, you didn't, but aside from Save as, I am not sure where you are seeing the resulting screen clipper image as a PNG or JPG. Even 'Open with' only sends a PNG to another program.
  7. Thanks for the additional steps. Even with rebooting, when I go to do a "save as" of the image in Evernote, it is still a PNG. Just to eliminate all doubts, I renamed the value data to zzzzScreenClip.jpg, the file name still came out as ScreenClip.png. This seems to suggest the setting is being ignored, even after a reboot.
  8. Thanks, I added the string value ScreenClipperFileName.jpg, rebooted, tried the clipper, no effect, assuming I did it correctly. Tried "ScreenClip.jpg", also no effect.
  9. Just a reference to the Windows snipping tool (Win-Shift-S), not the Evernote clipper. Thanks for the tip. Was not aware one could do that with Evernote. The string value "ScreenClipperFileName" doesn't appear at that address on my computer, all I see is Default, DefaultCommand, & OpenEvernoteParam. A registry search came up empty. Assuming this means the entry would have to be created, I don't dare do anything in the registry without more specific steps.
  10. While digging around, I found that for some reason the snipping tool app can be changed to save in JPG and remember it, but the snipping hotkey cannot, weird, since they both seem to be part of the same tool. Third party seems the way to go.
  11. I believe he means the right click menu option "Save As", when using it on a picture. It seems Evernote simply receives images from another program in the file type the other program sends, EN doesn't appear to determine file type (my camera sends JPG, Windows capture seems to default to PNG). You can send the image to Microsoft Office Picture Manager, Paint, or whatever image program is installed on your computer, to change the file type and compress it, from within Evernote (right click "Open with"). I hope that is of some help.
  12. Yes, I was aware, changing the whole system just for a date stamp seems impractical. I was hoping for an Evernote only solution, like in settings. Yes, I am not expecting anything like what I use in my AH script, just simpler things like year first, etc.
  13. Works as expected for me, too bad there is no way to change the format, so I guess I will continue to use AutoHotkey instead, which allows me to get 19-11-12: Tue, Nov 12 | 10:37PM instead of 11/12/2019 10:37 PM more practical for my use.
  14. As above, not fixed for tags or reminders.
  15. I never tried, but supposedly anyone can contact them via twitter, and get a response.
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