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  1. After upgrading to EN 7.8 for mac my notes that contain embedded links to other notes no longer work. I used to be able to click on the link and the note would open. Now nothing happens. If I look at the link that I currently have it looks something like the following. evernote:///view/123145/s22/local/x-coredata://1BABDD2D-XXX-XXX-XXXX-4EC3AD252DED/ENNote/p7718/ If I find the note that that link refers to today and copy the note link it looks something like evernote:///view/12345/s22/xxxxxe18-11d3-xxxx-xxxx-6b041142b13f/xxxxxe18-11d3-xxxx-xxxx-6b997742b13f/ This means that all the embedded links I have to notes that are in local notebooks are broken. How can I fix this? Thank you in advance for your time and consideration.
  2. Thank you Adjusting. That helps. I didn't realize that feature was there.
  3. Hi gaz, I used the "encrypted:" search and I'll see if I can get it to work in AppleScript. Is the Attributes feature available in the Mac version?
  4. Hi, gaz. I searched the knowledge base first and didn't find anything. Where is your post? What was the answer? Thank you in advance for your constructive feedback. If you don't have anything useful to add, please don't.
  5. OSX 10.9.5 Evernote 6 I recently came across several sync issues and the error messages simply provided the titles of the notes with sync errors. Unfortunately, searching for those notes didn't work because they were, you guessed it, in the Trash Notebook. It would be nice if there was an option to search the Trash Notebook as well as all other notebooks in situations where it is needed. After all the notes are still in Evernote and I see no reason not to search them as well. Users amy find deleted notes with valuable information and they restore the notes as needed. Another solution could be to always search the Trash Notebook and simply use a style (like a red border, a "Deleted" watermark, etc) to indicate that this note is currently in the Trash Notebook. Had this feature been in place I would have saved a few hours this week. Time is money and I just lost about $300 because: a) the error message didn't indicate notes were deleted and I was unable to search the Trash Notebook. After speaking with a few colleagues, they didn't even know there was a Trash Notebook I hope this will help someone.
  6. Mac 10.9.5 Evernote 6 I have thousands of notes many of which contain encrypted text. I use the same password for all my encrypted text. Is there a way to temporarily decrypt all of the text BEFORE exporting to HTML? Thank you for your time and consideration.
  7. Mac 10.9.5 Evernote 6 I have thousands of notes, many with encrypted text. The problem is that when I export them to HTML all I see in place of the encrypted text is this: [Encrypted in Evernote] That is useless to me. Why isn't encrypted text saved in HTML just like they are in Evernote? It's just javascript after all right? Javascript can be placed within an HTML file right? I use the same password for all my encrypted text. Is there a way to decrypt all of the text BEFORE exporting to HTML? Thank you for your time and consideration.
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