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  1. I haven't used it for a while. Are you using the App Store version or the direct download. I know the App Store version has some strange sandboxing stuff going on. If you are using the direct download, it may just be broken now. I've had some other things going on too. May switch back to 3.3.0.
  2. Lion 10.7.3 Evernote from App store 3.3.1 Scansnap updated to latest My Evernote library appears, but I still cannot get scan from my Scansnap into Evernote. It saves the scan to my specified folder, but nothing is in Evernote. I tried the suggested version from outside the Mac Store, but it wouldn't sync with my library or allow me to create notes. This is very disappointing. I am a teacher and was really hoping to use this for student portfolios and unless it gets fixed soon I'll need to scrap the idea completely.
  3. I tried this and the first few times I had a problem. I think the Notebook name is case sensitive, so make sure it matches exactly and everything seemed to work fine. tell application "Evernote" activate create note from file theFile notebook {"Notebook Name"} tags {"tag1", "tag 2", "tag 3", "tag 4"} end tell Just replace the Notebook Name with your own. I don't know why I never thought of trying the notebook before, but I can definitely see it's usefulness. Every click saved helps! ***EDIT: Playing around with it more, it seems that if you are sending the file to an existing notebook, the name needs to match exactly. If you type in a new Notebook name, it will create a new notebook. It also seems you can only send a note to 1 notebook. Not sure why you would want to send it to multiple folders, but it didn't work for me.
  4. I use hazel look for specific file names and use it to do all the sorting, moving, etc. and then it uses this AppleScript to add tags and send it to Evernote. tell application "Evernote" activate create note from file theFile tags {"tag1", "tag 2", "tag 3", "tag 4"} end tell Obviously you are replacing tag 1, tag 2 with the actually tags you want.
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