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  1. well, that suggests to me what's going on in the future, but not what I can do right now, which is more what I'm interested in hearing about. Can you impart anything interesting on that front? I can't even find any confirmation anywhere that I'm interpreting that number correctly - for all I know it might mean something else entirely.
  2. I'm using Google Chrome Version 30.0.1599.101 m and Evernote Web Clipper 6.0.3 (the latest one, far as I know). Occasionally, for some reason unbeknownst to me the clipper will choke on moving notes to my EN notebooks, and it will instead increment a number in the EN Web Clipper icon. Sometimes this number gets cleared; sometimes these notes eventually make it into EN, sometimes they don't. I'm never really sure as my usual method of working with EN is to stick it in there so I can offload it from my brain until something tickles me to remember about it later, at which point I can go and look it up. What I'd like to do is to make sure these queued notes actually make it into my EN, then I can remove duplicates and get on with business. But I can't seem to find any option anywhere that will allow me to do that. Is anyone aware of such a beast? How can I work with this little yellow number that's haunting my Evernote icon? I thought a picture would help, so I used Skitch to make one -- look in the orange circle for a picture of what I mean.
  3. It didn't, actually. I got the same message. At least I know where I can get the older versions, now. I have yet to work my way through the list to see if there is a version that will work, or if my device really is somehow out of space.
  4. I finally heard back from EN support. They said: You can find previous versions of the Android client here: http://www.freewarelovers.com/android/app/evernote#old_versions You may try client version 2.6 I have not yet tried to do this, but I will do it soon. Later tonight or tomorrow.
  5. ah, no worries then. My need is not that dire anyway. The site you sent me to just seemed to make noise about needing a Premium account.
  6. okay -- I don't have a Premium account, but I went ahead and submitted the ticket anyway. I'll let you know what they say. Thanks for the suggestion. Ticket Information: Ticket #: 16051-23811 Date Created: 10/05/2011 02:43 PM PDT Original Request: Area: Android Title:want EN that's compatible with Android 2.0 Details:I posted on the EN forums looking for an EN .apk that was compatible with Android 2.0 on my Cruz reader. Here's the link: http://forum.evernote.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?f=51&t=30333&p=130113 I was given a link to the latest EN beta build, but that did not work. I was informed by my device that the EN file could not be viewed as there was not enough space on my device. This despite the fact that my internal SELFDESIGN card has 3.46 gig free and I have 8.45 MB internal device storage space free. The EN employee in the post I linked earlier then told me to submit a ticket. Again, all I want is the .apk file for an older version of EN that's compatible with Android 2.0. Thanks!
  7. I can't install this package on Android 2.0 -- I get the message "Out of space: Evernote could not be viewed. Free up some space on your phone and try again." This despite the fact that I have plenty of space on my tablet. I need an older version of the .apk, one that works with Android 2.0
  8. cool, thanks! this works on Android 2.0, yes?
  9. I need to get ahold of the Evernote for Android .apk -- but I can't seem to find it in that format. Every place I've found EN Android wants me to INSTALL it. I want the .apk because I want to put it on my Cruz tablet, which runs Android 2.0. It doesn't have access to the proper Android Market, though, and the Cruz market is gimpy and doesn't have it. So what I want to do is get the .apk on my computer, throw it in to Dropbox, use that to transfer it to the Cruz, and install from there. So I just need the EN .apk ... the latest one that works with Android 2.0, anyway. Thanks!
  10. which editing tools are these? On my EN screen I see only the same basic bold/italic/underline etc that show in your screenshot.
  11. I too am looking for better ways to integrate EN into my lifestyle. So far it seems to fit reasonably well, now that I have a smartphone to capture things on the go. I've got stacks for things that are important to me: writing, design, tech, games. I've got a Capture Tool stack full of things that I want to look into some day, either read or watch or play. Each of these stacks has sub-notebooks: say character names, blog ideas and story ideas in the writing stack, Tickle File in my design stack, and so on. I also have a Memories stack, and in that I have books for each event I'd want to remember about. I can provide a screen shot of my notebook list if you want So far I am not keeping EVERYTHING in there, but that's because I haven't had time to put everything in there
  12. Anybody have an idea how to do tracking charts in EN? I'm thinking of things like a health tracker, which would have entries for day, blood pressure, sleep gotten, kind of exercise, etc. Ideally this data could then be pulled into another app so a chart could be made (at least from the numerical fields). This sort of thing would be easy to do using a spreadsheet or an HTML table, but I don't think EN does either of those. Anyone? Who has done this sort of thing? How did you do it?
  13. that's kinda of what I'm doing too, I find -- only without the numbers Great tips here. Thanks, all. I just gotta say -- thank the goddess for stacks. I think I'd go daft without.
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