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  1. Please help: I have encountered this problem multiple times Error message: There was a problem downloading note "......." See Activity Log for more details. Log follows: Evernote for Windows 6.21.2.8716 (308716) Public OS: Windows 10.0.18362 User: cpchang Memory: 77.4 MB Video card 1: Name: Intel(R) HD Graphics Type: Internal Description: Intel(R) HD Graphics RAM: 2.1 GB Mode: 1920 x 1080 x 4294967296 colors Refresh Rate: 60 Hz Driver version: 10.18.10.4358 Driver date: 2015/12/21 00:00:00 Availability: 3 Created: 2019/11/06 17:37:33 --- Bootstrap info: loadedFresh <bootstrap_info><profile name="Evernote"><settings account_email_domain="m.evernote.com" cardscanUrl="https://cscan.evernote.com/cardagain" enable_facebook_sharing="1" enable_gift_subscriptions="1" enable_google="1" enable_linkedin_sharing="1" enable_shared_notebooks="1" enable_single_notesharing="1" enable_sponsored_accounts="1" enable_support_tickets="1" enable_twitter_sharing="1" marketing_url="https://evernote.com" service_host="www.evernote.com" support_url="https://help.evernote.com/hc/"/></profile></bootstrap_info> --- \Evernote\Evernote\Evernote.exe" 17:29:26 [INFO ] [6288] [1392] Starting EvernoteSubprocess.exe : 6288 17:29:28 [INFO ] [5148] [6644] Starting EvernoteSubprocess.exe : 5148 17:29:31 [INFO ] [8640] [8116] Starting EvernoteSubprocess.exe : 8640 17:29:34 [ERROR ] [7652] [9040] Failed to get changes from CE uid=0, timed out 17:29:34 [INFO ] [19160] [18752] Starting EvernoteSubprocess.exe : 19160 17:29:45 [INFO ] [3660] [9208] Starting EvernoteSubprocess.exe : 3660 17:30:01 [INFO ] [7652] [9040] Registered session count: 9, last session: 2019/11/06 17:30:00 17:30:01 [INFO ] [12524] [7884] Starting EvernoteSubprocess.exe : 12524 17:30:14 [INFO ] [18992] [7032] Starting EvernoteSubprocess.exe : 18992 17:31:17 [INFO ] [4944] [6116] Starting EvernoteSubprocess.exe : 4944 17:31:25 [INFO ] [7528] [14368] Starting EvernoteSubprocess.exe : 7528 17:31:52 [INFO ] [1952] [4508] Starting EvernoteSubprocess.exe : 1952 17:32:50 [INFO ] [7652] [9040] Command line: "C:\Program Files (x86)\Evernote\Evernote\Evernote.exe" 17:32:53 [INFO ] [8752] [13088] Starting EvernoteSubprocess.exe : 8752 17:33:34 [INFO ] [7652] [9040] Command line: "C:\Program Files (x86)\Evernote\Evernote\Evernote.exe" 17:35:59 [INFO ] [10192] [14276] Starting EvernoteSubprocess.exe : 10192 17:36:01 [INFO ] [15436] [6200] Starting EvernoteSubprocess.exe : 15436 17:36:08 [INFO ] [12220] [300] Starting EvernoteSubprocess.exe : 12220 17:37:05 [INFO ] [7652] [9040] Command line: "C:\Program Files (x86)\Evernote\Evernote\Evernote.exe"
  2. Last night when I open Evernote on my windows desktop, all I got is an image associated with a note. The image fills up the entire window. It turns out that there are four images that I can cycle through, but nothing else. Closing the program did not help. A restart of the computer did.
  3. I often found a child tag moved out from under its parent accidentally, probably because super-sensitive key board or mouse. Please allow a function to lock down either the entire tag structure, or a nested tag structure, to prevent this headache.
  4. Thanks. I was thinking of doing this. But it has some drawbacks. Maybe I should suggest Evernote to add a feature of locking down a specific nested tag, or a general lock of the entire structure.
  5. Perhaps due to the sensitivity of my Windows keyboard or mouse, sometimes I found a child tag moved out of its nest and showed up outside of the parent tag. Is there a way to prevent this to happen, such as locking down the structure of a nested tag?
  6. Thanks. I will give it a try. (What you showed was what I always got before.) But this time the dialog box did not appear.
  7. I had no problem before. But I just tried to encrypt some text, EN did NOT ask me for any passphrase, The text appears locked up immediately without asking for any passphrase. Naturally the "lock" can be opened without any passphrase. What to do?
  8. There are probably better ways to describe that algorithm, but that's how we've been describing it internally. You learn something every day.
  9. +1 from an old user of DOS ThinkTank, GrandView, Tornado Notes, and recently Windows InfoSelect. CP
  10. I am a real old InfoSelect user, starting from DOS days ("Tornado Notes"). If I have to compare EN with InfoSelect in terms of search and editing, then EN is like kindergarden while InfoSelect is like graduate school. But I am still converted to become an EN user. For information management, I now use InfoSelect about 2% of the time and EN more than 80% of the time. However, it would be nice for EN to improve its search and editing.
  11. I was going to suggest this idea and glad that I did a search first. I strongly support stedwick's suggestion. If I click a parent tag "family" I would like to see notes associted with all members of my family who have individual tags under family. EN is different from programs I am familiar with, e.g., InfoSelect, which is a very powerful random notes organizer but also provides an outline structure. Even in earlier dates of DOS (1980s), the very first popular organizer was called ThinkTank, followed by Grand View, both are outliners. The fact is that there are two camps in the universe, those who prefer to have the option of outlining and those who don't care. There is no need to debate on who is more right. If you go to the InfoSelect board where people compare EN with IS and debate, everyone agree that the biggest weakness of EN is lack of outlining. Remember most of these people are powerful note users for decades and they typically accumulated many thousands of notes with many MBs of file if you count only texts. As pointed out in an earlier post in this thread, EN started as a non-hierarchal organizer so naturally it may have more users who feel that is the better way. My suggestion is that EN does incorporate the suggestion with an optional click so that all child (and grandchild..) tagged notes will show. If this is done, you will see magical growth and expansion of the power of EN and its applications in ways that may even surprise those who prefer not to have the hierarchal structure.
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