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en2ki

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  1. i see 2 possibilities. 1. "export" as "single html" from evernote. send it to your kindle e-mail address using personal mail client (for example, gmail) 2. install "send to kindle" amazon app (amzn.com/sendtokindle). go to "print" from evernote and select "sendtokindle". but this will be PDF and will not look best
  2. I have Kindle 4 (latest that sells for $80, with no keyboard and no touch support) For keyboard, I believe "Pressing alt, shift and G on your keyboard" will do the trick. Plug in using usb cable and Windows will import those screens for you.
  3. Taking screenshot with latest Kindle is: press Menu & Keyboard keys at same time. Will save GIF on your device. Here's Sample
  4. greeting rob214, i just ran into this topic. i was looking for same thing when i got my kindle, but soon i found out there's no solution that meets the need. so i wrote app en2ki awhile ago (0.1). i just noticed today the app was reviewed by addictive tip last week so I made some update (0.2) that allows notebook selection for syncing. in case 0.2 (download) is unstable, try 0.1 for 0.3, i may integrate the app with readitlater api Note this is a Windows Application where you have to pull the information and send it to kindle. (not that much hassle now with amazon's windows app) I made it windows app for: 1. no web server upkeep/maintenance 2. do you really want some website to hold your login credential? I find it a bit too risky since some users will note sensitive information in evernote. I don't think Evernote will implement this feature. it will be nice for sure though.
  5. I've been longtime evernote user and when I recently got a new kindle over last holiday, I soon wanted to start reading notes I had in evernote in my kindle. There were some tools and instructions to "export notes & highlights from kindle to evernote" but, surprisingly, not the other way. Am I missing something? But since I really wanted this feature, quick, I wrote windows app last week using evernote api. What it really does is it reads all of your notes from evernote and create MOBI file in periodical format (so it's easy to browse by notebook in kindle, example). I also made it open source who's interested in its code. (it is a bit messy... for now.) http://en2ki.codeplex.com Note: it reads text only which serves purpose I intended (and keeps MOBI file small). It actually turned out my notes were very disorganized and made me reorganize my notes better. Please let me know if there's a better method to read my evernote from kindle. (besides using kindle's experimental browser - which is really slow that requires wifi and randomly freezes the device) Downloads (it requires .NET Framework 4.0 - which installer should install it for you if needed) Installer: http://en2ki.codeple...2ki.application Portable: http://en2ki.codeple...download/328927 Some documentations available
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