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museislander

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  1. Thanks! The logging-out trick worked on the second round.
  2. Although the widget works fine on my iPad Air and iTouch, it has not worked for some time on my iPad 4. Usually nothing appears at all except the Evernote icon. Sometimes a blank space opens up. Occasionally the controls appear, but the buttons don't work. Today the error message "unable to load" appeared in the blank space after I rebooted the iPad. As far as memory serves—admittedly, a somewhat dodgy source—the widget worked in the past, at least intermittently. Google searches have not revealed any enlightenment thus far.
  3. Thank you so much! I thought I was going mad. I've used Evernote for many years now, and this is the first time I couldn't figure out how to create a new tag. I wish they'd either fix it or update the documentation.
  4. How do you do that, museislander? noelgama--I was using a quotation and wanted to be able to click back to Evernote for reference, so I decided to give Note Links a try even though I've seldom had luck with them outside of Evernote itself. Mostly I'm adding the links for the future (i.e., post-November rewrite), so I can click back to my sources in Evernote when the time comes. But now that I know they work, I know I'll find some more uses. GrumpyMonkey--so far I haven't felt a real need for greater integration with Evernote and Scrivener. That just may be a reflection of how I work. As someone said earlier, I'm using Scrivener for writing and Evernote for research. In some ways I like having them separate. It gives me some clarity somehow. Then again, I don't yet have an iPad, but I can see how that might change the game. My main mobile device for writing is a weird contraption called a spiral notebook. This actually has turned out to be very helpful, though it was not my preference originally. I got stuck when my laptop monitor died, and I didn't really see any gain in using an iTouch for write-ins. I do the vast majority of my writing early in the morning on the computer at home, but forcing myself to do a few pages by hand every few days really gives me a different perspective.
  5. Just discovered that Note Links work very well with Scrivener! That is so cool.
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