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  1. A good workaround is to put whatever fonts you want to use in Evernote into Font Book's "Web" group. Any font placed in there becomes an option for your notes. Here is an example that I typed up…
  2. Anyone else starting to hate evernote? 

    Yales 3 steps to print a note - then the header of course has ***** like creation, location, tags - all stuff I nore necessarily want to pass along.

    Any alternatives?

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      macfixer

      There are other options out there, OneNote, Apple Notes, etc. Each has their own strengths and weaknesses. One of the things I like best about Evernote is that it *does* allow me to export my data onto something else on my Mac (ahem, I'm looking at you, OneNote and Apple Notes).

      Export a subset of your notes, try importing it into an alternate app and see if it works better for you.

      I completely understand your frustration with the current state of affairs. Unfortunately, we're all in a holding pattern while waiting for the 'new' Evernote to arrive.

  3. What version of macOS are you running? The latest, Catalina, requires you download and install the web clipper from the Mac App Store. It looks like this:
  4. I just hope to get my mitts on a real, working copy of Evernote that works properly.
  5. This is an odd question — do you live in Japan? Apparently loud shutter sounds are a requirement: https://theuijunkie.com/japan-camera-sound/
  6. You can drag a Notebook onto a Stack only in the Notebook view:
  7. You ought to be able to replace the https:// part of the url with evernote:// to have it open in the app.
  8. I found a pretty nasty bug that I can recreate: Create a new note on my iPad. Tap the pen to use my Pencil to hand write some notes. Don't hit "Done" when finished, instead switch to a different app (i.e. Mail to look up something. It really doesn't matter which app). Go back to Evernote, and the handwriting is gone… it's a blank new note. Cry.
  9. On the Mac it's Command-Option-F to search all notes. Is that what you're looking for? We also have Command-J to jump to a particular notebook as well. Might that be what you're looking for?
  10. I also found this page: https://www.fujitsu.com/global/products/computing/peripheral/scanners/scansnap/software/sshome/
  11. ScanSnap Home is the new replacement for ScanSnap Manager, and it came out late 2018. I guess the aim was to simplify the interface and make it less fiddly, and make it something that someone less technical could use. Right-click on the scanned document and choose "Send to" > Evernote in order to send it over. I hope that helps! You may want to check the ScanSnap site for additional assistance.
  12. Version 7.11 will support 10.12: Evernote 7.11 - http://cdn1.evernote.com/mac-smd/public/Evernote_RELEASE_7.11_457846.zip
  13. ScanSnap Home is a "reimagining" of the software. It's right there in the name, a more user-friendly version of the interface. Face it, if you've been a ScanSnap user for years, you know your way around the interface and all of it's quirks. ScanSnap Home is just… too weird for my tastes.
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