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  1. That wasn't my problem. I wanted a a hotkey/shortcut to open Evernote when it's minimized in the system tray/notification area. After researching some hours i've managed to install AutoHotKey and create a script to do so. I don't know if it's coded in the best way, but it works (any improvement is welcome): ;this script opens the evernote helper, clicks the "open Evernote" button and returns the mouse to the previous position. ^!e:: CoordMode, Mouse, Screen x = 0 y = 0 MouseGetPos, x, y Send, ^!h SendMode Event SetMouseDelay, 0 MouseClick, left, 1206, 80 ; 1206 and 80 are the X and Y coordinates of the "open evernote" button. You should change them to fit yours. MouseMove, x, y return EDIT: the command to run this script is CTRL + ALT + E. Sorry, i forgot to specify it in the description.
  2. Is there a way to create a keyboard shortcut to maximize Evernote when it's minimized on the notification area? For now i have to open the Evernote Helper (ctrl + alt + H) and then click on the "open Evernote" button. How could i do it with just one shortcut? I've tried creating a shortcut to Evernote.exe but for some reason it takes a long time to open it in comparisson to the first method, even when i open the executable without using the keyboard shortcut (just by clicking it). Any idea? Thanks in advance!
  3. I think Evernote lacks a feature to add in-note hyperlinks for titles so i could create an index for a single note instead of doing it only with notebook. While taking notes for college I always end up with notes that have many headings and sections for a single class (not talking about an entire course, but a single day/lesson). It annoys me to have to scroll through that long note just to look for a title when I could have a table of contents at the beginning of the note. I know I can create a notebook and add a table of contents for each note in that notebook, but it's not the same; the app gets really messy doing it that way. Also, if I have to break those long notes into shorter ones, I would have to spend a lot of time doing a lot of non-sense work while I could spend that time studying (reading the notes). Thanks in advance and sorry for any grammatical errors, i hope you could understant this.
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