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  1. Try writing the following: http://www.google.com - Hello This auto turns to: http://www.google.com Hello The correct behavior is to only turn text to bullets if the * and - appear in the beginning of the line. The same thing happens if you paste a URL or a Note link. Evernote version: 6.13.3
  2. @KosterbyYour solution works great. Thanks for reposting it or I would miss it!
  3. Trying. Thanks for promo codes. Used: BUUJKFYXRC2TF0K601GA7HC
  4. Sure. The link to the note is done here: INTERNAL_LINK_PREFIX = "evernote:///view/" url = INTERNAL_LINK_PREFIX + "{1}/{0}/{2}/{2}/".format(get_user().shardId, get_user().id, dst_note.guid) Basically to create a link to the note you need to get the shardId, userId and the guid of the note. The resulting format looks like so: evernote:///view/187234871/s6/6e66ef87-f5cc-42ce-a9e9-7b517905fc87/6e66ef87-f5cc-42ce-a9e9-7b517905fc87/
  5. I've updated the image. Hope it is clearer now.
  6. Sorry, I should make the images clearer. The utility doesn't create any new notes. It merely checks the existing links and adds backlinks to the notes that are linked.
  7. When my notes get large, I like to break them out and create index/table-of-contents notes. However, it is hard to say later when looking on such note whether it belongs to any index. This project can help you with that. It takes notes from looking like that: Then the utility goes over all your recently edited notes and adds backlinks to the content notes, back to the notes that link to it. Bringing it to look like this: You can read the instructions and get the app here: https://github.com/vitalybe/evernote-back-linker-2 The solution is Python based so it should work on all OS
  8. I've actually just finished updating my project that does exactly that: https://github.com/vitalybe/evernote-back-linker-2
  9. No idea about AppleScript capabilities, though. If it can do network access, it should be possible. However, I think it'll be easier to use Mono to run it on Macs.
  10. Evernote has an ability to create a link from one note to another. It is great for creating "Tables of contents", main vs sub pages and in general for any note organizaiton. However, when you open a note that might be linked from somewhere else, you will have no idea where it is linked from. This application scans all your notes and creates a backlink at the top of the notes that link to it. For example, if you create a note All about my car, add some text and then create a link to another note Car history and then run the app, it will add a backlink, e.g: The project and its source are accessible here: https://github.com/vitalybe/evernote-back-linker Note: You need Windows and Visual Studio to compile the project. If there is an interest, I can create a proper binary (exe) release as well .
  11. Heads up - Seems that Evernote started handling this issue, at least for the Mac version: https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/31179-long-time-user-1st-time-poster-evernote-bullet-lists-needs-to-be-fixed-now/page-4#entry289606 Hopefully it will be in Windows version soon
  12. I would really like to hear what's going on with this feature. I do miss it. It really annoys me how sometime Evernote goes one step forward and 2 steps back .
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