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Si-500

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  1. Great, I'm glad you got something working. I'm afraid I don't use Windows 10 so I won't be able to suggest anything to help with that second issue.
  2. Hi, There are a couple of approaches you might try. However, Evernote's scripting facilities on Windows are incredibly rudimentary, so I'm not sure you'll find a way to do exactly what you want. The first approach is to use the ENScript.exe to run a search query. You could do something like this: ENScript showNotes /q "evernote search query here"That command could be called from an AHK script. You could try to make the search very specific, so that it finds only the single note you're interested in. But it only executes that search and shows the results, so the note wouldn't be display
  3. Hi, I wanted to let people know about EverReader, which is a web app for reading long-form content in Evernote. It remembers your position, so you can comfortably read long notes. It's open source, and the code is available here: https://github.com/ksk100/EverReader It's also running here: http://everreader.azurewebsites.net/ Currently as a private beta - if you'd like access, just private message me your email and I'll put you on the list. Thanks
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