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  1. Yes, I see it on right-click. The behavior seems gone from the top menu bar on the Mac, though. Barry
  2. Was the old-style note link wiped out in this release? Used to be that pressing ALT while looking at the Note Menu would provide an alternate (old school) evernote:// link. Now it seems to be limited to the http:// links. Barry
  3. Public Beta 2 of Sierra (released today) fixed the problem for me. Scansnap for Evernote didn't crash and saved the document into the Evernote.
  4. Replaced with the version from your downlaod link, same result. - Barry
  5. Yosemite, latest release. Got this directly through evernote when the "New Version" dialog popped up. - Barry
  6. Getting the exact same result here. Need to get back to 6.0.11 or get a fix.
  7. Just wanted to thank both of you for the quick response! I'm going to try this right now.
  8. I recently changed jobs, and had several shared Evernote databases in my old job that I've exported and removed from my workspace. However, tags from these old shared notebooks remain in my Evernote on the Mac (not on the web) and cannot be removed. When attempting to remove an old shared tag, I get a dialog saying "Can't delete 'tag'. This tag is in a shared notebook". An option to remove the tag from all notes exists, but it still doesn't delete the tag. There are solutions to this in the Windows forum that involve the use of a debug option to optimize the Evernote database, but I've never seen anything similar here. Anyone have any ideas? I've got a ton of these old dead tags and I want them outta here! - Barry
  9. This is great! Powerpoint and Word inline displays seem to be running well. Excel XLS files display as a blank area, and XLSX just shows as an attachment. What would be cool is a little application icon in the top corner of the display of the Office doc, so you can tell at a glance if you're dealing with a Word, PPT, Excel, or PDF file. They all display the same way, and you have to right click to tell a PDF from a Word doc or PPT doc.
  10. I use a Mail to Evernote applescript (adapted from what's in the Veritrope applescript library). That is attached to a keystroke via the Fastscripts app. So, Shift-Command-E pushes an email to Evernote, complete with formatted headers and a URL link back to the email in Mail.app. Works like a charm. - Barry
  11. On the Mac, Everfinder has this sort of capability. It's available in the App Store.
  12. The developers at Zendone seem to have a pretty good grasp on what needs to be done next. The key issue with them will be having resources to do everything that needs to be done in order to compete (iOS apps, Android support, etc). It's a great start and clearly a leap beyond other attempts that have been made to interface Evernote to GTD apps. Evernote plays a central role in Zendone vs. Nozbe and others where it simply serves as a project or task notes tool. Zendone "gets" the use of Evernote as a universal in-box. I'd echo Owyn in saying that it's not quite ready to debut yet, but I've already switched to it because it's structured so well for my workflow.
  13. I've written a couple of Applescript connectors for Evernote and Things, and there's another one out there that focuses just on to-do items that you create in Evernote. Here's an example of one which I use fairly frequently. It could use some refinement, but is a starting point if you want to roll your own: https://culturedcode.com/forums/read.php?7,53080 - Barry
  14. Hello, kindred spirit. There's a little thread on this in the developer's forum: viewtopic.php?f=43&t=26339 I put in a little hacky workaround if you've got the note you want to link selected in the UI. - Barry
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