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  1. I have always switched between article and simplified article depending on how much ***** was on the screen. At some point, article began selecting a 'clip' which seems to be some arbitrary section of the page. If I don't pay attention, I may end up with a tiny sliver of the article. Is this an option somewhere? I couldn't find it. I've started using full page instead.
  2. OK, well I'm an idiot. The solution was to simply put today's schedule at the top of the same note instead of separate notes per day. So the Today link works and today pops up. Also, much easier to scroll down to see previous days. I can create a new one weekly or monthly depending on how often I reference past days Thanks for the inspiration, all
  3. That makes sense; I'd love to see some screenshots. I'm probably overthinking the daily schedule thing as I use another app for task tracking.
  4. Sorry, Windows; I always start in the Windows forum, but forget when I wander about. I have access, but having retired from 30 years of databases and programming, it's not something I do if I can help it.
  5. OK, thanks. Another question about links. Is this possible, or can you think of a workaround. I want a notebook with daily schedules. Each note labeled with the date except the current day's which is titled Today. On my dashboard, I want a link to Today's schedule, but I don't want to have to rebuild that link every day. Anyway to build something like that? Thanks
  6. Good tip on the manual bullet characters. I was trying to do the same thing for the same reason. I was surprised when a bullet wasted so much space. My link tables also take up too much space. RCoonceTX how do you keep the cells that small. I can move horizontally, but the vertical spacing seems to be locked.
  7. I did an Enex backup this morning without knowing about this or paying attention. It split my 11K note 5+Gb file into 5 ~1Gb files. Never had a problem with the large files, so not sure I care, but I've never done a recovery from them either.
  8. I think if you ask him a fifth time, he will finally succumb to your superior debate skills and give you what you seek. OTH, he may not give a $#!+
  9. Shakespeare was a hack. Only reason his work has stuck around so much is so that people given to pedantic sesquipedalian loquaciousness somebody to quote. Usually incorrectly. He probably liked cauliflower.
  10. No, I ignore what I don't like because I don't like it. Take cauliflower for instance. I don't like it, so I ignore it. Doesn't matter how it is presented. Have seen where they make it look like mashed potatoes or cheese doodles? I just ignore it. But then, I would think a person who can't capitalize correctly to understand the subtle nuances of cruciferous vegetables.
  11. At least this thread was correctly named, I can't take it any more - Migrate out of an endless, pointless, rambling diatribe over semantics with nothing of any interest in several pages.
  12. I'm sorry, but the first word in the second sentence of your second paragraph, should have been capitalized. Therefore everything you have said prior to that is suspect and I choose to disregard it. Next!
  13. You win :0) Don't know how to do incremental backups. But, 95% of my Evernote data also exists in either my default directory or email.
  14. In the 10 years I've been with EN, I have bought half a dozen new devices, Getting up and running with EN was the easiest part of setting up a new device. Having said, that, I am religious about my backups. I have no reason EN is going anywere, but if they do, we will have plenty of time (and in only takes less than an hour) to grab all our stuff. But with the volume of stuff I have in EN, it would be irresponsible not to backup. I alternate weekly backups to the ENEX files, combined with monthly dumps into HTML. Plus the fact that almost everything in EN was someplace else on my hard drive first, which means it is also backed up to 3 external drives and the cloud. As far as the other debates are concerned, smooth peanut butter is far superior to chunky. It is known.
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