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deepsky

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  1. Just upgraded to 5.0.3 - WOW - perfect! And FASTER too. Evernote's loading up like lightning. THANK YOU!!
  2. Yes, after successfully implementing the 2nd method, I've quit and reopened a number of times, as well as restarted my mac, etc. All seems to be working OK now. I'm sorry you're still having trouble. Hope you're able to get it sorted out. Did you quit the app and then try to reopen? I thought the second method had worked for me as everything looked okay. Then I quit the app and tried to reopen. The problem returned.
  3. Evernote won't open after installing 5.0.2? Here's what worked for me... http://discussion.ev...st-version-502/
  4. Today I tried updating Evernote ... and afterwards, it wouldn't open (or let me reinstall it). Here's the solution that worked for me: Background: I attempted to update Evernote (on my mac) to the latest version, 5.0.2 (from 5.0.1). I downloaded (and ran) the update. It showed "migrating notes" ... but once it finished, Evernote never opened. I tried rebooting and that didn't help. I tried deleting Evernote & re-downloading the latest version and that didn't work either. Below are TWO different solutions that I got from Evernote support - the first one DID NOT work for me. Fortunately, the second one did - BUT - there is a drawback to method #2 (you'll need to resync everything back down). In any event before doing either, chat with Evernote support first to see which (if either) they recommend for you: Method #1 - (this didn't work for me, but might for you): Quit Evernote from the elephant icon in the Menu Bar Drag the Evernote application to the system Trash Reboot your Mac Download and install the latest version of the Mac client: http://www.evernote....ile=EvernoteMac When you open the download, make sure to drag the Evernote icon into the Applications folder instead of running it from within the installer package. Eject the disk image and delete the installer file before you run Evernote. Method #2 - this one DID WORK for me: (but if you go this route, be advised that Evernote will be empty and you will need to re-sync everything back down). My Evernote is many gigs in size, and is still syncing several hours later - but - it is nearly 75% done and looking fine). Here's method #2: Don't forget that while we work on this you can access your synced notes online at www.evernote.com. We would like to have you completely delete all traces of Evernote and then try to install again. First verify that all your notes have synced. If you have unsynced or local only notes you will need to export these and back them up in another location prior to uninstalling Evernote in this manner. Failure to back up local only or unsynced notes will result in the loss of these notes. Once ready, please download and use the following program to uninstall Evernote: http://onnati.net/apptrap/ Reboot your computer. Once you’ve rebooted, Simply drag the Evernote application to the Mac Trash and AppTrap will detect that you are uninstalling and remove all the correct files. Reboot your computer. Then, download and install the latest version of the Mac client: http://www.evernote....ile=EvernoteMac When you open our installer, make sure to drag the Evernote icon into the Applications folder instead of running it from within the installer package. Eject the disk image and delete the installer file before you run Evernote. Many thanks to Evernote Support - you guys are awesome!
  5. Glad you posted... that it is precisely what I "meant" but didn't "state" very clearly. It's the "title" of notes I was referring to when I said I'd like to see color coding. I'll amend my previous post to clarify it.
  6. Tags are helpful... and I use them. Color coding would be a nice productivity enhancement (at least for my workflow). Thanks for sharing your opinion.
  7. Uhhhmm... this is a "function based" feature request. (I'm not talking about "eye candy"). What I'm looking for is a way to better manage notes. Folders/sub-folders definitely help but... within my sub-folders, the number of notes within can really pile up. Having the ability to color code "key notes" that one needs to reference regularly (and thus be able to rapidly pick them out from within a folder) would increase productivity. I suspect it's why Apple gives people the ability to color code folders (within folders). In any case... some of my sub-folders have dozens of notes. (I use Evernote for business and personal). Color coding I think could nicely enhance productivity. Just my "2 cents"... :-)
  8. Hey, the more I use Evernote the more my folders fill with notes. (I'm thinking that happens to you guys too) ;-) It sure would be cool (as in "awesome sauce") if we could "color code" [the "titles" of] specific notes (by right clicking them, and selecting a color) to mark really important ones "red" or "blue" , etc. That would make it SO much easier to pick out key notes at a glance, especially in folders containing dozens and dozens of notes. Kind of like Mac OS X lets you color code folders by right clicking on them. What do you guy's think?
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