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About ElCoyoteSurvives

  1. android

    I now know that Evernote no longer stores notes on physical SD card. I don't like that, because it requires one to have a large internal memory on a mobile device. However, I cannot even find WHERE Evernote is storing its databases. Are these files hidden? I can't find them in ES File Explorer. Internal memory Android/data/com.evernote/files/ shows only folders announcements and Temp, and a .nomedia file. SD card Android/data/com.evernote/files/ is empty. I have a Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook running Android 4.2.2 and Evernote v6.
  2. windows

    I have the same issue. I customize the toolbar by adding icons, removing icons, moving icons, etc. Unfortunately, I can't see the added icons (only the triple down-arrow, because of the wide Search box) until I maximize the Evernote window. Restoring the window preserves the toolbar icons layout by shrinking the Search box. Then, after booting my PC, I'm back to the default toolbar and have to do it all over again!
  3. This is just one of the issues I have with the new interface. The search box will shrink as you customize the toolbar by adding icons to it. Unfortunately, you can't see the added icons (only the triple down-arrow) until you maximize the window. Then restoring the window preserves the toolbar icons layout. Hmmm... this needs some work, Evernote.
  4. windows

    I wasn't able to find what I needed in the SQLite db, and besides this is more elaborate than what I need. I do wish the Import Folders dialog were at least resizable so I could see a biggfer portion of the current import list. Thanks for the info, though.
  5. windows

    Thanks for the info about network drives. Regarding the Import Folders: I was referring to the list of folders I had placed in the Tools>Import Folders dialog box. I have dozens of paths in there on my old PC. I want to have the identical paths on the new PC's Evernote (right now there is nothing there), but it is a chore to enter them one at a time. First, the dialog box is small and not resizable. Second, each Add requires me to start at My Computer and drill my way down to the folder I want, instead of letting me paste a path into a text box or even remembering where I was in the last Add. So I was wondering how Evernote stores these paths and their parameters. Perhaps I could just copy something to the new PC. With some poking around, I found a database file that seems to have this information in it (although puzzlingly the info seems to be truncated): C:\Users\<winuser>\AppData\Local\Evernote\Evernote\Databases\<evernoteuser>.exb . I doubt that I can copy or transfer the information from that file, but I'd be happy to be told otherwise.
  6. I use Import Folders extensively and have many different folders auto-sync'd this way. Now I have a new PC and am accessing these folders (still on the old PC) across the network. But Evernote does not "see" the network drives in Import Folders. Is there a way for me to set up Import Folders to auto-sync folders on network drives? Also, is there a list someplace of all the Import Folders that I could just copy to the Evernote on my new PC, so I don't have to enter each folder separately again? Right now the list on the new PC is empty.
  7. After the APK file is downloaded, I tap it and Nook tells me only B&N apps can be installed. How can I update Evernote?