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iamPariah

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  1. I didn't either, so I omitted it from the script after posting the original. JMichaelTX, your script perfectly fits my needs. Thank you very much!
  2. I don't need the daily and weekly backups of your full script. I also can't get your above script to do anything. It produces no result. (Obviously I changed the fileBackupenex path and added Backup_WeeklyFull to the end.)
  3. I've often wondered what would happen to the content in EN should the company go belly-up. The company's recent downsizing and financial issues have brought the question even more often to the fore of my mind. I recognize that the desktop clients have local storage of content, and that typically means continued local access if the online component goes dark. But some applications terminate app functions when servers go offline permanently. Are you sure EN would not be one of those? There's always the possibility that the cause of the online component ending requires that the desktop apps be rendered useless, too. For instance, in the event of EN losing a patent suit or for another reason being ordered to cease all operations. In that case, a court would give users the time to get their content out, but should one miss the announcement... Evernote Apocalypse. Never say never. The entire point of backups is to act as insurance against the unforeseen, unlikely, or previously thought impossible.
  4. Aha! The empties were it (and forcing a sync after putting notes in the empty notebooks). Thank you! Could you tell me what I'd need to add to the script to automatically handle empty notebooks?
  5. I'm using an AppleScript (from the former Evernote Ambassador) to export each notebook to its own ENEX backup. For some reason, the script fails every time after exporting the same 6 notebooks. It never gets to the seventh. I can't even figure out if the seventh is corrupted or contains a un-exportable note because EN isn't exporting in alphabetical order. Help? I use notebook organization, and EN's bulit-in export ignores notebooks. Thus, I need a backup system like this script that does per-notebook backups without failing. Here's the script, the exported result up until the failure, my list of notebooks. You can see that the export starts with the "Project..." notebooks, and even those out of order, so I don't see a way to predict the notebook causing the export to fail with the confusing (because the script was using the existing directory) "no such file or directory" error. set curDate to do shell script "date +'%Y%m%d'" -- Change the path below to the location you want the notes to be exported set exportPath to "/Volumes/Documents Drive/Crucial Files/Systems - Global/Evernote Backups/" do shell script "if [ ! -e " & exportPath & " ]; then mkdir " & exportPath & "; fi;" with timeout of (30 * 60) seconds tell application "Evernote" repeat with nb in every notebook of application "Evernote" set theName to the name of nb set matches to find notes "notebook:" & "\"" & theName & "\"" set f to exportPath & theName & "-" & curDate & ".enex" export matches to f end repeat end tell end timeout
  6. Like others, I've been experiencing clipper malfunctions in Chrome--crashes, syncs forever, clipper won't even open, etc. On this page, Webclipper won't even open--click and nothing. http://lifehacker.com/5403100/dual+boot-windows-7-and-ubuntu-in-perfect-harmony
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