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  1. In fact drag-and-drop isn't the only way to create such links. All you need to do is somehow get the URL into the clipboard, then you just paste it into Evernote. This means you can type a URL using any scheme into a text editor, then copy it and paste into Evernote. If you want the linked text in Evernote to be something other than the URL, you simple move the cursor inside the link and type the text you want, then delete the rest of the URL. This will leave your text as a clickable link with any scheme. All of this proves conclusively that this is a bug. A simple oversight from the developers. Evernote does fully support URL schemes in notes, the only place it doesn't support them is in the add hyperlink dialog.
  2. +1 from me. URL Schemes are a mature and well supported feature on both OS X and iOS. https://developer.apple.com/library/content/documentation/iPhone/Conceptual/iPhoneOSProgrammingGuide/Inter-AppCommunication/Inter-AppCommunication.html#//apple_ref/doc/uid/TP40007072-CH6-SW1 https://developer.apple.com/library/content/featuredarticles/iPhoneURLScheme_Reference/Introduction/Introduction.html There are lots built-in to OS X Adding support is unlikely to take much effort since it's built in to OS X. Pretty much all that needs to happen is the "Create Link" dialog box need to have it's validation rules relaxed a little to allow any scheme.
  3. I didn't see your message before posting mine but yes, you were right about emptying Trash :-)
  4. I've solved it. I emptied the Evernote Trash in and now Dekstop shows the same figure as Web: In future I'll trust the Web figure more than the Desktop one. Thanks a lot for your help!
  5. I have Evernote set to sync every 15 minutes, and I've also been syncing manually - there is no change in the numbers
  6. hehe, it's a classic :-) Have you been editing existing notes?http://discussion.evernote.com/topic/34594-new-cycle-on-free-version/ http://discussion.evernote.com/topic/32686-monthly-usage-uploads-storage-combination/ Not really. I changed tags on several notes but I don't think that affects the quota, and it wouldn't account for the size even if it did. If I sort the note list by date updated, it shows 7 notes have been updated since 31st May, with total size ~10 MB I should clarify some details from my previous post: - On day 1 of my billing cycle I had 32MB in a local notebook, and my usage was showing as approx. 160MB - I moved these notes to an online notebook and the usage increased to 197MB, which is expected. So, the question is, why was my usage showing as 160MB when I had only updated ~10MB worth of notes. I've just checked Evernote Web and the usage is completely different, it's showing 996.1 MB remaining (so I guess 27.9 MB used) It's not a big deal, it's just that I know I'm going to use a lot of upload over the next few months so I'm watching it closer than usual.
  7. My usage is showing as 197MB but I have only uploaded 10 MB since my billing cycle started 2 days ago. I'm scanning in a lot of paper at the moment. I reached 960MB on the last day of previous cycle, then I started saving the scans to an offline notebook. They're still in the local notebook so I assume they shouldn't be counting against my usage. Any idea what's going on?
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