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  1. @rveitch please reach out to us at devsupport [at] evernote [dot] com and provide your API key name. Note that your problem might be in that your API key is disabled. If that's the case, you should have received an email from Evernote on August 9 stating that API key was blocked and providing further steps. If you find that email, you can simply reply to continue the conversation with us.
  2. @gock, what were the changes that you did on top of existing JavaScript SDK?
  3. ENScript supports exporting notebooks, so this is something that can be added (unfortunately, this is not the same for tags — ENScript doesn't support exporting them).
  4. evb, which scanner did you try this with (just for the record)?
  5. The fact that you get the "Class not registered" error means exactly that the WIA 2.0-compatible programming interfaces were not found on your system. The only thing to do is to try finding the newer drivers for your scanner.
  6. As far as I know, the support for WIA 2.0 API interface was added in Windows XP SP1, but my experiments show that there are still a lot of incompatibilites at the programming level and in XP-compatible drivers. To sum it up, the application *may* work on Windows XP with Service Pack 1 and later, provided that you use the WIA 2.0 compatible drivers for your scanner (not WIA 1.0).
  7. Hi guys, I wrote this app in my spare time a while ago and it proved to be very useful since then, so I decided to share it with other Evernoters — hope it will save you much time scanning things into Evernote. This can be considered a beta version as I didn't have the chance to test it on different devices, but people who had a chance to test it say that it works for them just fine. Please note that this is an unofficial application which our Evernote support team won't be able to help you with, so if you have any questions/commenst/suggestions, just leave them here in this topic. Scan To Evernote was designed to have a simplest UI possible to feed things into Evernote in a mostly automated way. You set it up once (basically, provide a path to ENScript.exe) and then scan with a simple click of a button. The app will automatically detect when you turn your scanner on, determine the size of the scanned object or sheet of paper, trim the image accordingly, use the optimal resolution to ensure the scanned image will be recognized correctly. To save even more time, it allows you to scan sheets and thick objects with scanner lid open, so that you don't have to open and close the lid after each scan. Just put something on the scanner table, press Enter, wait for the scanning to be completed, then put the next object, press Enter and so on. Scan To Evernote will automatically place the image into a notebook of your choice (or a default one, if you leave the name blank) and optionally tag it. It keeps the nice visual log of scanned things so that you can tell where you left off and which things were scanned already. Here's how it looks like: Requirements: Windows Vista or Windows 7, WIA-compatible scanner/MFU. Windows XP will not be supported, sorry. Download Scan To Evernote and unpack it to any separate folder, then run it from there.
  8. If you synced those big notes to the server and only then deleted, the deletion will not lower your monthly upload allowance. We do not count the amount of data on the server; we count the amount of data transfer per month. On the contrary, if you create some big notes and delete them before they get synced, this should bring your monthly upload allowance to the previous level.
  9. You can use a 'subject date' attribute -- this is a custom date that you can use for any purposes, and then sort notes by it in note list. To change subject date, select a note and choose 'Change dates...' command from the context menu.
  10. You can google for 'rtf2html' (http://www.google.com/search?q=rtf2html) and find any tool to batch convert all your rtf to html files Evernote would understand. Then either drag-n-drop files onto Evernote or use Note > Import Wizard to import those files. This won't generate tags for you, though. The date of the file will be preserved as a 'subject date' attribute.
  11. I don't have a Mac at hands currently, but you should be able to do the same with any external HTML editor available on Mac. You can create different tables in such editor, save them onto your desktop, and drag-n-drop any file to Evernote to create a new note from this template.
  12. You can currently insert tables into a note by copy-pasting it from somewhere else. We recommend using the freeware www.blocknote.net editor for that. We also have long-term tasks to improve built-in editing capabilites of our clients.
  13. Evernote uses HTML to render notes. In HTML, you can't mimic real tabs: the only way to do this is to use tables. Thus, we decided to make Tab/Shift+Tab behavior consistent with Microsoft Word application where it can be used to indent/unindent blocks, which makes those keybaord combinations especially useful for editing multi-level lists.
  14. If you are talking about the Windows client, then you currently can edit the title explicitly in note list, by pressing F2 on the selected row. Or you can change the title indirectly by changing the first line of the note (this will work until you change the title explicitly as described above).
  15. Not sure if this can help you, but you can try Hummingbird SOCKS client (http://connectivity.hummingbird.com/pro ... index.html) which should transparently route your network traffic through the SOCKS proxy of your choice.
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