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  1. You're welcome Please bear in mind that the app was initially developed during our free time as a candidate for the Evernote Developer Competition, and we're not making any profits out of it. We are however aware that the app has quite a large user base and as we love the functionality it provides and use it ourselves the app is still being developed. We can't constantly keep working on it, but we release updates from time to time via the built-in update feature. For example, we added synchronization support for Dropbox and Google Drive over the past years. We too see the data protection is
  2. Actually the app doesn't ask for your username and password. It uses the OAuth authentication mechanism, which requires you to login to the Evernote website using your standard webbrowser. The username and password are not visible to the app.
  3. @Rob van Vliet: if you set the system proxy information in windows (that means the IE settings), the app should work.
  4. yes, i'm one of the developers of this app
  5. @gazumped: you can click the sticky notes taskbar button again to minimize it (which should hide the notes).
  6. you could also check out this app: http://www.evernote....ems/stickynotes this app allows you to have multiple colored stickies on your desktop and automatically synchronizes them with your evernote account. works on windows xp and above. here's a demo video: http://hosting.edo-soft.com/stickynotes/
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