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  1. How would I find an answer other than by posting here?
  2. Maybe, but Safari 13.0.2 doesn't fix the problem, and I won't be upgrading to Catalina for some time. This should work in Mojave.
  3. Nope. I went in and turned off content blockers and allowed popups, but still nothing. macOS 10.14.6, Safari 13.0.1.
  4. In Safari 12, if I clicked an Evernote link (like https://www.evernote.com/shard/s120/nl/12898921/1af64752-7621-4b46-a991-fef561738ea6/), Safari would offer to launch Evernote for Mac, and then Evernote would display the appropriate Note. In Safari 13, however, no "Open Evernote?" dialog appears, and my only option is to log into the Web client. Is there a way to fix this? Could this be a function of the Web Clipper not being loaded?
  5. That…doesn’t answer my question.
  6. That’s one example. Any app will allow you to share the static text of a note. Evernote is the only one I know of that allows you to share notebooks, so that someone else can see what you’ve written, and even to edit existing notes.
  7. Does Bear allow sharing live notes with others? Because if not for that feature, I would have just stuck with MacJournal.
  8. I'm wanting to be able to Tab within lists on iOS. Tab, of course, indents the list item, which is fine. But there should be some other set of keystrokes that create a Tab character. Option-Tab seems the best candidate, for use with an external keyboard.
  9. Perhaps this should be its own request, but I'm wanting to be able to Tab within lists on iOS. Tab, of course, indents the list item, which is fine. But there should be some other set of keystrokes that create a Tab character. Option-Tab seems the best candidate.
  10. Why didn't you try that? I emailed the note to myself, opened the file on my Mac, and the note imported into Evernote beautifully. Then it turned out that it was already there…??
  11. But if you had a Note open in a window (say from a Web link), how would you quickly find it in its list? You'd have to search, wouldn't you?
  12. If you only use one notebook, it's even more important. How do you find the note in the notebook without searching? How do you show its listing? What I particularly need this for is to be able to get a Classic link for a note. But I can't get the link without viewing the note in its notebook, as opposed to in its own window.
  13. Notes exist in Notebooks, which can exist in Stacks. That's a hierarchy, just as files in the Finder exist in a folder hierarchy. I should be able to Command-click on the title bar and show the note in its notebook.
  14. When I have an individual Note window open, I should be able to Command-click on the title bar, just as in the Finder, to be able to see and navigate the note's hierarchy. As it is, there is no way I can see to see a note that you have open (say from a hyperlink) in its notebook without having to Search.
  15. I don't know whether something has changed, but the first solution I posted above now works for me. Follow the instructions on this Mac OS X Hints post, but do it in Evernote, not Mail. In other words, paste the URL into Evernote, put the link text you want in the middle of the link, then delete the rest. Works like a charm, and not that much more difficult than the old way.
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