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  1. I found version 7.5.2 on cdn1.evernote.com : dmg, zip. However, I think it would require me to completely delete all my notes that have been downloaded locally. I had tried to downgrade and the (older) Evernote app said that my data was being managed with a later version). Since I wasn't quite ready to do that (and I wasn't sure that I would get all of the folders/directories and files), I upgraded to 7.6 again. Given the work-around above, i.e. opening a note in a new editor window (i.e. double-clicking on a note or right click --> Open Note in New Window), version 7.6 is fine for now. If only it would work the same in the main editor window ...
  2. I found version 7.5.2 on cdn1.evernote.com : dmg, zip. However, I think it would require me to completely delete all my notes that have been downloaded locally. I had tried to downgrade and the (older) Evernote app said that my data was being managed with a later version). Since I wasn't quite ready to do that (and I wasn't sure that I would get all of the folders/directories and files) I upgraded to 7.6 again. By the way, I just found a work-around where the search results work as expected in a new editor window (i.e. double-clicking on a note or right click --> Open Note in New Window). It's just not working in the main editor window.
  3. Thanks, I hadn't tried opening my notes in a separate window. That works for me too.
  4. I see this issue when I'm searching within regular text with the same version of Evernote, also on macOS High Sierra (10.13.6). For me the orange highlights follow the text being scrolled once or twice and then stay in the same place on the screen regardless of any further scrolling.
  5. This is happening for me with Evernote 7.6 on macOS High Sierra, but only on my external monitor. It works as expected on my laptop monitor.
  6. I'm also seeing this with an external monitor on macOS High Sierra, with Evernote 7.6. It's odd/interesting that it looks OK on my laptop monitor. See also: and:
  7. Hi, I scan a lot of receipts as PDFs and import them into Evernote (Mac version). This works quite well except that I prefer to see them at their Actual Size (or close to it), because the receipts are quite often long and narrow, which with the default setting of "Automatically Resize" means that they end up quite large, stretched across the width of the note window. It would be great if was possible to: a) have an option in the Evernote application preferences for a default size for PDF attachments (there is already an option for how to view newly clipped PDFs) and/or be able to change the size of an attachment via AppleScript (I tried to figure out how to do this with UI scripting of window and menu handles [1] but failed); being able to get a list of the attachments in a note would also be useful. It doesn't look like this is covered in your API either: http://www.evernote.com/about/developer/api/ Also, at the moment, the size of an attachment does not appear to be saved on the Evernote servers; i.e. changing the size of an attachment in a note on one Evernote client (e.g. on my MacBook Pro) doesn't also change it in another Evernote client (e.g. on my Mac mini). It would be great if this was possible too. Here are forum threads discussing similar issues: viewtopic.php?f=38&t=11811&p=47151 viewtopic.php?f=53&t=17287&p=69568 Thanks. [1] See http://lists.apple.com/archives/applesc ... 00484.html , http://hints.macworld.com/article.php?s ... 1045743404 and http://www.mactech.com/articles/mactech ... index.html for more details.
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