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  1. I don't recall which 'version' of Evernote Web I was using, but the one I like is mostly white with green buttons on the side (I think it's called "Classic") — but I enjoy using it because it syncs up with my Google Calendar. It did not show up in the beta version, nor in the beta editor views.

    Is this coming back to the new editor anytime soon?

  2. 18 hours ago, avernet said:

    Is it possible to switch the default font for notes on the Mac to be San Francisco (the "default" OS font)? Right now, I have it set to Helvetica (see screenshot attached). I can change the font, but don't see San Francisco from the font selection menu. Am I missing something?


    Pro tip: After you install it on your Mac, add the San Francisco fonts to the "Web" group in Font Book. You'll be able to have it as an option inside the note body. This is how I added Caecilia and Gotham to my notes:


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  3. 41 minutes ago, luckman212 said:

    Actually I don't think 7.10 uses "enspot" files anymore. On the 2 systems I've installed 7.10 beta on, I deleted them completely and rebuilt both the Full Text and Spotlight metadata indexes, and spotlight search is PARTIALLY working with no trace of any .enspot files on my disk anywhere. When I say PARTIALLY working, I mean, that note content is not searchable via Spotlight, but TITLES are. I assume this is a bug?

    I agree, it would be nice if Alfred could see these - not sure how to make that happen either. Alfred problem? Seems like this article references a ~/Library/CoreData/com.evernote.Evernote folder, which no longer exists...

    Update: Ok it seems like what used to be the "CoreData" folder is now called CoreNote and lives at ~/Library/Group Containers/Q79WDW8YH9.com.evernote.Evernote/CoreNote/

    Below that, in /accounts/www.evernote.com/<account-id>/content, you will find a folder with a {guid} for each note in your database. Opening those up, there are "content.enml" "quickLook.png" and "snippet.txt" as well as other file attachments etc. The problem is, when I search in Spotlight, what shows up is the "content.enml" file with the preview showing RAW ENML instead of the snippet that it used to show. See below:


    Wow! That is thorough! 

  4. 22 hours ago, JoeBloggs said:


    I'm glad the Spotlight search has been fixed, it has affected my workflow immensely, however, it's not working with Alfred sadly.

    Does anyone have the Spotlight search working through Alfred App? I've added all the usual paths to the search scope but with no luck. 

    Thanks a lot.


    I can't, either. It seems the metadata now has a .enspot extension — I wonder if Alfred can't "see" these files yet?

  5. On 3/21/2019 at 5:17 PM, volkspider said:

    Is anyone else having really serious memory leak problems with Evernote on mac? I'm using Evernote 7.9 (latest) on macOS 10.14.3 and every time Evernote is opened it starts using more and more memory. About 2-3 minutes after opening it's up to 10 gigabytes and it just keeps growing until I get a "run out of application memory" error and have to force quit it. Does anyone know how to fix this?

    I wonder if the RAM is being used to index the notes?

  6. Granted, I am on a Mac, but the process should be the same for Windows:

    1. Select all of the notes you wish to export, whether in the same Notebook, or in the All Notes area.
    2. From the "File" menu, choose “Export Notes…”

    As far as I know, there is no way to export an entire notebook as a folder.


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