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  1. +1 I've been using it since the beginning too and want them to succeed in fixing this, but these issues have me standing on the edge of the ship looking for a solid shore.
  2. In Evernote, when a conflicting modification occurs it doubles the content within the note. Within the doubled content below "conflicting modification" Evernote adds the the text that was different. So if you put the example paragraph below into the website, then remove duplicate lines, you are left with the original note only and it strips out the "duplicate" text below the conflict and leaves on the part that was unique. After doing this, go back to Evernote and delete all content below the conflicting modification and add back only the unique part from that website. I've had notes with 12 conflicts and this is how I did it. example: According to the email sent to users, the bug can cause images and other attachments to be deleted under specific conditions, when using Evernote for Mac. The company claims only "a small number of people" have been impacted by the glitch, which occurs in the version of the Mac software released in September, and less frequently, in the versions released since this June. In these applications, certain sequences of events can cause an image or other attachments to be deleted from notes without warning, but text is not affected. For example, the bug can be triggered by skimming quickly through a large number of notes, Evernote says. According to the email sent to users, the bug can cause images and other attachments to be deleted under specific conditions, when using Evernote for Mac. The company claims only "a small number of people" have been impacted by the glitch, which occurs in the version of the Mac software released in September, and less frequently, in the versions released since this June. In these applications, certain sequences of events can cause an image or other attachments to be deleted from notes without warning, but text is not affected. For example, the bug can be triggered by skimming quickly through a large number of notes, Evernote says. This is conflicting information
  3. Nothing internal to Evernote that fixes them. I still get them occasionally even following best practices and religiously manually syncing any device I'm on. I think they should have something in the UI that color codes only the text that is different from the original note. This is what I've been using: http://textmechanic.com/wp-content/uploads/source/Remove-Duplicate-Lines.html Though I know putting the text through someone's random webpage isn't ideal or even smart depending on the content.
  4. Heheh well, I was just merging some notes that I wanted to be in a proper readable sequence to read later. Had to make a small change to one and then click sort "by date updated," then merge so they'd be in the right order. Years you say... I'm surprised it hasn't been "sorted" yet.
  5. Huge headers multiple times in a merged note can be very unsightly. Can we please get the optional merge options like the Windows client has? Thank you
  6. Even with syncing religiously EN can create conflicting modifications. Please consider allowing the ability to see specifically what text is in conflict by changing its color. Thanks
  7. This here. I've had some of the same syncing issues you described and still do sometimes even though I sync religiously. Recently, I fixed conflicting modifications in maybe 9 notes that I was never clearly notified had conflicts. I only found there were conflicts in some notes when file size got extreme and by keyword searching "conflicting modifications" I'm often in field using iphone/pad and so fixing them isn't doable at those moments. I've found this tool helps when I can get to a desktop and fix them http://textmechanic.com/wp-content/uploads/source/Remove-Duplicate-Lines.html However, there needs to be a much more elegant way within EN than doubling the note, color coding differences at the very least.
  8. Same issue. I described when I happens to me below. I wonder if we can find any commonalities?
  9. Yep, this has been happening on my ipad too. I e-mailed a note to my Evernote e-mail address from my ipad's native e-mail client. At that time, I had Evernote open in the ipad's *sidebar* view to a note. I had been regularly adding to this note from Safari on Ipad and once I e-mailed in that other note it completely corrupted the note I had open in the sidebar. Fortunately, I'm at home and I went to the Mac client and opened that note and simply put a period in it. With that small change the note showed up correctly on the ipad. I've also had cross note corruptions just e-mailing things in with no duplicate notes open on other devices. I've also been very careful about syncing notes, pretty much religiously. This has happened a few times in the last year on fairly big notes that I had heavily formatted similar to this workflow, so losing formatting is a big deal and has cost me a lot of time restructuring notes: https://blog.evernote.com/blog/2015/12/11/evernote-and-the-brain-designing-creativity-workflows/ Now, I've been trying to keep notes shorter, just a shame I can't trust it in a workflow popularized on the EN blog. I've e-mailed support many times in the last year about this with a lot of documentation on when it occurred, but nobody has gotten to the bottom of it. They said it's a hard one to track unless I connect my laptop to a debugger. That's not happening. Like you, I've been a user since its inception and I did get a few points to keep above standard user, but I had to pay more to get premium for note history. For me, it seems to be when e-mailing in, searching and possibly something to do with shortcuts? Have you noticed anything in common when it happens?
  10. Thank you, Was looking on your github a bit ago, cool to see so many applescript projects related to Evernote. Will give this a try one a try!
  11. Woah, that's true. The other day I was wondering if the highlighting color options were moved/removed, I could have sworn I highlighted with different colors in EN many years ago... could be liquidtext or goodreader on ios I'm thinking of. I do have some keywords I embed in the text and actually just came to the same conclusion about making them near the color of the background. I use this method, and just trying to take it a bit further https://blog.evernote.com/blog/2015/12/11/evernote-and-the-brain-designing-creativity-workflows/ maybe I should be keeping in mind KISS principles. Cheers guys
  12. Nice, I am on Mac 6.11.1 I've messed around with applescript a bit, not extensively though. Is it fairly straightforward for EN extraction?
  13. Say I highlight text blue in multiple notes as a form of tagging text down in notes, does there exist a third-party tool that will let me see all the text from multiple notes (displaying like it's all in a new note) highlighted with that color?
  14. Beta 1 and beta 2 I keep losing the < back button. It's simply grayed even after moving in succession through notes.