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cyberpine

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  1. Does Evernote offer any way to send clipboard text and images to notebooks without having to save the file or run the full Evernote client? I found this fantastic little tool called ClipUpload that runs in your windows tray. It automatically FTPs your text or image from your clipboard to an FTP site you define. Might not be the best fit for evernote, but the concept of clipboard to Evernote without the full client would be pretty awesome I think. Clip something locally, press one button, get prompted for a Title and submit .. and Bam! - you've got a notebook item. One cool feature in their product is that it returns the URL of the image or text file. It would be nice if an evernote feature also returned the public url link to the Evernote entry submitted. The idea being that you could use evernote not just to organize all your stuff quickly, but also to share it at the same time. Perhaps just dreaming a little bit - but it's technically possible and that would really set Evernote apart - IMHO.
  2. Why doesn't Everynote recognize the underscore as a word seperator on it's search index? Also, any way to search with wildcards like this *INV*. For example, say I want all notes with string invoicenumber. I noticed notes with strings like this don't pull up sp_invoicenumber But a contradiction.. If I add sp-invoicenumber to the note it does pull it up and then it even highlights a match in sp_invoicenumber. Thank you.
  3. Thanks again for these response! I'm back looking at Evernote again. My Android phone is bringing me back here. Did some import test and about to pull the trigger. One followup - and sorry I will probably also post a fresh forum entry for it as well since somewhat off topic. Why doesn't Everynote recognize the underscore as a word seperator on it's search index? Also, any way to search with wildcards like this *INV*. For example, say I want all notes with string invoicenumber. I noticed notes witht his string don't pull up sp_invoicenumber But a contradiction.. If I add sp-invoicenumber to the document it does pull up and then it even highlights a match in sp_invoicenumber. Thank you.
  4. Thank you for responses.. sorry for delay. The search features on my current solution are very powerful. The search guts is REGEX so I can search for things like give me every record that has the string "mary" and "jane" within 80 characters of each other and return every row by most recently modified. Where it's lacking is that it does not allow me to store images or links. I could build in this functionality, but I'd have to build a mobile client too.. basically a lot of work for one user (me). What am looking to do? Well, have all my valuable information in one easy to access place ..from my favorite and handy clients. I guess I could create one document per record and end up with 9000+ documents. I was hoping there might be a better migration path. I understand all this legacy stuff would be character only, but I could then add images and links to it. I do fear giving up control of the database. For me it's my external brain and on the few occassions it's been unavailable I've been complete lost. Also, the biggest part of having a KB.. and I was doing KB way before internet was the internet.. it's been over 20 years actually.... is IMHO, conditioning yourself to always use it in place of human memory, paper or email history. Thanks.
  5. I have my own KB I've been evolving for over 10 years. The current version is a SQL 2005 dabase table with two columns.. title varchar(80) and body text. I have over 9000 rows and some of the body columns are are over 16,000 lines long. It's all text. Some of the text contains html tags, quotes and commas. I'd like to migrate to EverNote. Any suggestions for the best and easiest way to do this? Thanks.
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