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  1. Doh! I was in "expanded card view" and that window does not pop up when multiple notes are selected in ECV as it does in every other view format.
  2. I'm in EN for Mac ver 7.7. Did the native "Table of Contents" context feature go away? It is nowhere to be found.
  3. EN for Mac Version 6.11 (454874 Direct) When I right click on a pdf in a note and try to either "save as" or "save as searchable pdf" the app stops responding, I get a beach ball and I have to force quit.
  4. Thank you. But I don't even know where the global shortcuts are that I could replace. They don't show up in preferences>keyboard>shortcuts. I can't seem to see where, for instance, Safari is hijacking global shortcuts because they don't show up in preferences. I tried changing a shortcut in EN preferences, but the one I changed does not work.
  5. My EN keyboard shortcuts don't work. For instance, shift+cmd+N, instead of creating a new note in EN, brings up a new window in Safari. I tried checking keyboard preferences, but there are no EN options there. Thanks in advance.
  6. I don't have that option in my EN. Using Mac
  7. Thanks folks. Cut and paste does work, but not from the right click context menu which was where I was looking. You have to use the menu. Not an onerous burden, but a right click option would be nice. Or even better, drag and drop attachment from one note to another. And restore from the trash bin also works and brings the attachment along with it. I didn't know that EN trashed merged notes and created a totally new note.
  8. So I merged several notes that all have attachments, but mistakenly included one that should not have been included. Apparently I can't "undo" the merge, but is there a way to move an attachment to a different note? Like "make new note from attachment?" Or drag and drop from one note to another. My workaround was to open the attachment in Acrobat and then email into EN, thus creating a new note, and deleting from the merged note. There has to be an easier way. Thanks.
  9. That's what I suspected. I've been using that approach for a while but wondered if maybe I'd missed something. Thank you for responding.
  10. I frequently bcc my EN account on emails that I send out. I know how to do it, and I know that if I put @[notebook name] in the subject line the email will go into the specified EN notebook. Is there a way to do that without the recipient also getting that annotation? Subject lines in emails that have random and apparently arbitrary content confuses the recipient. Let's say the subject is Sunday's company picnic, but I want to bcc into my EN notebook called "torture" the subject line would read Subject: Sunday's company picnic @torture. Yes, I know that part of the political problem can be avoided by using less inflammatory notebook names, but this is for illustration only. Thanks.
  11. I have just started getting little text balloons in the lower right corner of the screen when I am clicked on a particular note. Not every note, and not every time. How do I turn this off?
  12. That's exactly what I was looking for. Thank you!
  13. When emailing a note into EN, is there a way in EN, or maybe a third party app available, that would auto assign the note to a particular notebook, or auto tag the note based on what is in the subject line? I use a third party research service and frequently email research results to my EN account. I do put the client's name in the email subject line, but it would be great if EN could read the subject when it's received and automatically send the note to a specific client or subject notebook. Or maybe an EN version of a Smart Mailbox?
  14. OS X 10.11.2 Evernote 6.3 My Global Keyboard Shortcuts don't work. Is there a secret switch somewhere that needs to be turned on or off? Just trying to use the off the shelf versions. Nothing fancy.
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