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  1. They sent out an email yesterday regarding this. So they know... Maybe it's not only about Evernote, it's also about patience... Wolf
  2. I can't confirm this. I tried what you described and don't have any problems. Which is funny, you're right, because my system is an updated one, not a clean install of Lion. One would think that issues occur more likely on my system than on yours. Wolf
  3. I can confirm EN 2.3.0 works perfectly alright under Lion.
  4. Hi folks I was told I should repost in this forum, as it appears it might be a problem of the Mac client, seems to work under Windows: I've come across a problem that really bothers me: I started to create notes with meeting agendas, minutes etc, for future reference. Since they are all in the past I wanted to backdate the creation date. I did this in the following way: I sent minutes by email to my evernote address. On my EN for Mac I then put the creation date back. Unfortunately the creation date stayed the same on my iPad and the web interface. I had like 50 notes all on the same day. After some research I found the following: When I create notes by sending emails to my EN email address, any changes of the creation date on my Mac do not get synced back to the EN server. It just remains on the date the email arrived on the EN server. However when I create a note locally on my Mac, change the creation date on my Mac and sync/upload the note into the Web, then it works. So my question is: Is this a bug? How can I change the creation date on the Web interface in order to get older minutes/notes backdated properly? Cheers Wolf
  5. Lion is not even out yet. You might want to wait until it's final release, supposedly tomorrow. Also there's an Evernote update, now 2.3.0, it says "Stability improved under OS X Lion". You might want to update your EN. Wolf
  6. Thanks for the quick reply! Would you have any other idea how to backdate notes, when I can't edit the creation date? I would assume this would not be an uncommon idea to store older documents into EN and date them accordingly. Cheers Wolf
  7. Hi folks I've come across a problem that really bothers me: I started to create notes with meeting agendas, minutes etc, for future reference. Since they are all in the past I wanted to backdate the creation date. I did this in the following way: I sent minutes by email to my evernote address. On my EN for Mac I then put the creation date back. Unfortunately the creation date stayed the same on my iPad and the web interface. I had like 50 notes all on the same day. After some research I found the following: When I create notes by sending emails to my EN email address any changes of the creation date on my Mac do not get synced back to the EN server. It just remains on the date the email arrived on the EN server. However when I create a note locally on my Mac, change the creation date on my Mac and sync/upload the note into the Web, then it works. So my question is: Is this a bug? How can I change the creation date on the Web interface in order to get older minutes/notes backdated properly? Cheers Wolf
  8. I don't know what you mean by this. What I meant was these notes did not disappear on the EN server. That's exactly the issue, they did not get removed from the EN server!!! Trust me, I synced a number of times, and I changed other things to see whether syncing works at all. Syncing should never touch my local notebooks!!! That was issue No 2 !!! I know it's complicated, maybe it's clearer now what I meant in the first place. Plus I don't understand why there should be a Conflicting Notes notebook. There is no conflicts within notes. Conflicts were not the issue. Thanks anyway. Wolf
  9. Yes I did, but they wouldn't go in the cloud. When I saw that the number of notes was different I synced numerous times but nothing happened. Like I said, I later found out that the notes I shifted to my local notebook on my Mac just remained in the synced notebook in the cloud. Wolf
  10. Hi folks I've come across some funny behaviour which I think is some sort of bug: I had a few notes that I wanted no longer to be in the cloud. (It was 17 bank account statements). So I moved them from one of my synced notebooks to my local unsynced notebook. I did this using my Mac version (Version 2.2.0 (152876)) A little later I logged into my Evernote account / web interface and saw that one of my synced notebooks had more notes than the Mac version would show. Puzzled I tried to find out why there was no proper sync, and found that the 17 notes I had shifted to my local notebook on my Mac remained in the cloud. No big deal, so I deleted them using the web interface, it was only 17 of them of the same kind, so not hard to find and delete. The notes where moved to the trash. When I synced next my Mac Evernote, I saw how these notes where moved out of my local notebook to the trash here as well!!! So 2 issues: 1. One would think that a Sync would not touch any notes that are stored in a local notebook. 2. How do I move notes from a synced notebook to a local notebook so that they would also be removed in the cloud? Thanks everybody! Wolf
  11. Same problem here. BIG issue - how would I find old notes? I have not tagged or named all my notes, assuming I can always find them through Search. It appears to me that this affects only notes that I have sent to my evernote email address. Can anybody confirm this? Evernote people - any statement from your end? Cheers Wolf
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