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swbuehler

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  1. Looks like I'll be switching to OneNote.
  2. I *LIVED* by that multiple email import feature!
  3. According to the documentation: This method does not work. For example: C:> evernote "C:\users\username\Documents\This is an HTML document.htm" opens Evernote, but does nothing more. No note is created with the HTML document.
  4. Getting beta expired message. Is this product still in active development?
  5. Scripting still works, but you need to change the tell: tell application id "com.evernote.evernote"For some reason AppleScript confuses "EvernoteHelper" for "Evernote" when Evernote is not open. Changing the tell to the application ID eliminates the problem.
  6. Applescript confuses "Evernote" with the "EvernoteHelper" app, so you have to be more specific in your tell block. Change tell application "Evernote" to tell application id "com.evernote.Evernote" and it should work fine.
  7. I fixed my own problem: changed tell application "Evernote" to tell application id "com.evernote.Evernote" and it now works fine. AppleScript is confusing "Evernote" with "EvernoteHelper", so you must be more specific as to which application you are scripting.
  8. It's actually quite simple in Evernote: tell application "Evernote" set theNotes to every note in notebook "Inbox" whose title contains "Receipt" repeat with eachNote in theNotes assign tag "receipt" to eachNote end repeat synchronize end tell However, the latest version has broken multiple AppleScript items, including the ability to assign tags to notes via AppleScript. Also, the "receipt" tag must already exist; if it doesn't create it. I use a similar method with updating creation dates, assigning and then unassigning a tag so Evernote knows to sync the note.
  9. AppleScripting 'create note' and 'assign tag' no longer works 'assign tag' now responds with "Expected end of line but found identifier", highlighting 'tag'. 'unassign tag' does the same thing. 'create note' now responds with "Expected end of line but found application constant or consideration" with the highlight on the 'note' keyword. Not being able to use these commands in AppleScript is a complete show-stopper, and I've had to switch to another client until this is fixed.
  10. tell application "Evernote" set note1 to create note title "Test" with text "Test" notebook "Blog" end tell The following error is returned: Expected end of line but found application constant or consideration.
  11. I'm also waiting for Outlook 2013 support; in the meantime, you can forward the note as an attachment to your Evernote email address, and Evernote converts the attached email to a note (you'll still have to clean up the Author field to the actual person who sent the email instead of yourself, but this works until they create a plug-in).
  12. Same issue here on latest Evernote for Mac. Updates to the note creation date made in the Mac Client do not get pushed back to the server. They do get pushed back on the Windows client. This is a serious problem that they need to fix. I use an AppleScript to automatically update creation dates based on date tags in the note title, and not having these pushed back to the server is a real issue with my other systems that use the Windows client and with accessing notes on the web front end; I rely on those creation dates.
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