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  1. @GHain you may have better luck if you follow the official uninstall instructions here:
  2. I hate to break it to you, but you're posting this in the wrong group - you're looking for the iOS group, not the macOS one.
  3. Wasn't that pulled several releases ago?
  4. On my work iMac running OS X 10.11.6, Evernote shows the 'classic' notebook layout, no matter if the box is checked or unchecked. Yes, I've restarted Evernote after checking the box.
  5. Also: Which version of Acrobat did your existing scanner come with?
  6. From the manual: If the Wi‐Fi lamp is lighting in orange, the wireless access point and ScanSnap iX500 are not connected properly. Check the following items: ⁃ Make the distance shorter between the ScanSnap iX500 and the wireless access point. ⁃ Change an angle of ScanSnap iX500. ⁃ If there are any obstacles (wall, metal plate, etc.) and/or noise sources (Microwave, cordless telephone, wireless devices, etc.) between ScanSnap iX500 and the wireless access point, avoid or remove them. ⁃ Connect ScanSnap iX500 to a computer via USB, and either perform a wireless setting using the ScanSnap Wireless Setup Tool, or follow the direction of the wireless diagnosis result. ⁃ Close the ADF paper chute (cover) of ScanSnap iX500 to turn it off. Then, turn the ScanSnap iX500 on again. ⁃ Turn on/off the wireless access point to reset it. ⁃ Check the network setting of the mobile device. If the ScanSnap iX500 is not connected to the same network as the mobile device, connect the ScanSnap iX500 to the network that the mobile device is connected to. ⁃ If there are multiple wireless access points, make sure that the ScanSnap iX500 and the mobile device are connected to the same wireless access router. How to check SSID setting in the mobile device: ⁃ Launch ScanSnap Connect Application in your mobile device. Tap the [Network] icon under the [File List] screen. Check SSID. If an SSID is not the one you would like to connect, exit the setting once. Then, connect the network you would like to connect from [Wi‐Fi] under the [Settings] of the mobile device.
  7. There is a switch in OneNote for Mac that lets you try 'experimental features' — but the opening and closing of the notebooks is positively glacial.
  8. You can quote me on this: If you think Evernote is slow, or unresponsive - go ahead and load OneNote up with a few thousand notes and see what happens next.
  9. Howdy, my name is macfixer, and I have a confession: I left Evernote for a while, but then saw how bad it was and wanted to bring my stuff back. Why is there a Evernote to OneNote converter, but no OneNote to Evernote converter? It seems you're allowing your competitors to eat your lunch but letting people leave but not come back into the fold. In the meantime, I will be copying and pasting notes one by one back. (Yes, I know that OneNote and Apple Notes don't have export functions)
  10. Hold up — I didn't see you actually wrote "cmd-ctrl-v" (not sure what that does). Pasting it that way crashed my Evernote. So, ignore my earlier comment
  11. Works on my end ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Might be a bad PDF?
  12. That's just what THEY want you to believe
  13. Grab the edge of the shortcut bar and drag it to the right…
  14. Couldn't you make a stack of notebooks? For example, one stack for the Anderson Project, one for Home, one for commuting?
  15. The sidebar issues (reappearing "Upgrade Your Team", amongst others) remain in the 6.8 release.