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vatark

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  1. i have stumble across a way to be able to rename PDF attachments. You need to put the cursor in the note. In my case I'm doing this with notes that only contain a single PDF so I have to get the cursor either before or after the PDF, which I usually have set to view inline. It seems to me though that as I can rename Word files following the same workflow I used to use for PDFs that this is a bug that has crept in since v5.7.
  2. Just to follow up now I'm on my Mac, I have 5.7.2 installed and I have a ticket number.
  3. I raised a ticket with them last Tuesday. Nearly a week and still no response.
  4. I've noticed over the last few days that the rename attachment function for PDFs has stopped working. Although I raised a support ticket on 4 November I have yet to hear from Evernote about this issue. Is anyone else seeing it?
  5. I raised a ticket and had a lot of support. I'm pleased to say that my system is now working as normal. I've no idea what caused it. If it is still giving you trouble I suggest you raise a support ticket and get help from Evernote.
  6. I've got this issue. I've raised a ticket about it. There may be work arounds; however, one has to ask why has this started happening since the last update (in my case)? Hopefully they'll fix it soon.
  7. Thanks for the feedback. I've managed to keep my new iMac an Adobe Free Zone so as the Chrome clipper works I'll carry on with that.
  8. Just tried this and it gave an error message saying "The Clipper couldn't start on this page." - the PDF was successfully transferred to Evernote from the Chrome version of the clipper. I'm using Safari Version 6.0.2 (8536.26.17); MAC OSX 10.8.2. The URL for the PDF is: http://www.tribunals...lser_v_hmrc.pdf Update: I've since uninstalled and reinstalled the extension and tried it with a different PDF with the same result.
  9. I get the same - just the first page. Mine showed up as PDF. I suspect that that was because I'd set up my previous Skitch document as PDF to be dragged into Evernote.
  10. @peterfmartin That's what I've been doing. Skitch however seems to handle the save in a different way, and keeps the annotated version in its own place rather than saving it in Evernote. I've just had a look at Skitch's save. The standard save says "Save to history" rather than just Save, so it is behaving differently from other apps.
  11. wow thanks for this idea! it works! I wish skitch or pdfpen pro can do this "save to exact EN note" feature. Is this the only app that can do this? or anyway i can configure skitch to this feature too? Do you mean that it saves an updated version of the PDF? If so PDFPen (both flavours) also saves an updated version of the file. I use that quite often to remove blank pages from notes scanned into Evernote. Skitch seems to save to another location - I've just tried annotating a PDF using Skitch. The Evernote copy of the PDF remained unchanged.
  12. What I do is to open the note I'm working on in a new window, find the note I wish to link to, and drag it to the destination note. Done! I use note links most days and find this, and the method mentioned by peterfmartin, to be the fastest.
  13. I usually get some response within 24 hours. At the moment it's over 60 hours so I am a bit surprised at hearing nothing - and I've checked the spam trap!
  14. This appears to have resolved itself. Maybe there was something corrupted at my end? I'm still waiting to hear from customer support :-( I'm used to a faster response as a premium user.
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