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  1. Hopefully I can override the default. I still prefer a single file since my PC has sufficient memory to do the job
  2. This tool let you convert evernote enex file to almost any popular file format: https://download.cnet.com/BitRecover-Evernote-Converter-Wizard/3000-18483_4-77698337.html https://www.bitrecover.com/evernote/converter/#five
  3. I hope you can confince the CEF team to integrate the required DnD functionality into their framework. Forking the code is a never ending story I'm afraid
  4. I still wonder why Evernote's DnD implementation is so fragile in this framework? Is CEF not intended for this kind of applications?
  5. Actually, a similar readonly request has 161 votes, which is the 9th place in the popularity list ! https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/99143-read-only-option-for-notes/page/2/
  6. It is not beside the point: you ask an earlier detection of a possible breach, but whatever the speed, it's always too late because the breach already took place. It is much better to prevent the breach and this can be achieved right now by providing EN a list of your devices by activating 2FA. All the rest is guesswork...
  7. I wouldn't call that a "minor" mishap. Like I said, I hope the shared secret and passwords are encrypted at rest in evernotes databases ...
  8. Thanks for the info. I hope the shared secret is encrypted at rest in your databases ...
  9. I understand your frustration, but if you would have activated 2FA , there would even be no breach at all. If you are so concerned about security, why don' t you use all the security layers provided by evernote right now?
  10. Curiously, this is exactly the reason I'm in favor of tags: my data is not stored in a rigid logical fashion either, I just tag it for later queries. I don't understand that your data is not stored in a logical fashion, why do you need subfolders then?
  11. "...The company was incorporated in 2012 and is based in San Francisco, California..." https://www.bloomberg.com/research//stocks/private/snapshot.asp?privcapId=531643733
  12. Only for google chrome, where is the Firefox implementation ? Apparently, notion is not concerned about security, still no 2FA either.
  13. Thanks for testing, already more info about the export format ? It's good to know about importing from evernote, but can we go back as well?
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