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  1. I use Little Snitch and was using a VPN service when I opened Evernote--Little Snitch signaled that Evernote was requesting connection to the Chinese Evernote server, yinxiang.com. When I declined the connection, Evernote wouldn't connect. When I disconnected from the VPN, I got no connection request to yinxian.com. I'm in the US and am uncomfortable with data being on the Chinese server. Why? Is this a problem on the VPN side or Evernote's?
  2. Hi Evernote I am a supporter of Evernote. This is my first time posting here. Hope it will improve the users' experience using Evernote. For Chinese language, there are basically two variants of character presentation. One is called Traditional Chinese and the other Simplified Chinese. For example, people in Hong Kong and Taiwan use Traditional Chinese and Mainland China people use simplified Chinese. Very often, Chinese users create notes from different sources of info, e.g. web pages, doc, pdf & etc, where there exists both Traditional and Simplified Chinese characters. The problem is when searching is performed. For example, the Chinese name of "Internet" can be 互聯網 or 互联网. They are in fact the same characters but in different presentation. Since Evernote treats them as different characters, only one set of characters can search the note. To users, it is very hard to tell if they should start searching by entering Traditional or simplified characters. Suggestion: Similar to google search and other search engines, users simply enter whatever type of Chinese characters and search will locate the content regardless of Traditional or Simplified Chinese. If this can be enhanced, it will be much easier to use.
  3. I'm wondering if anyone has figured out a way to add pinyin conversions for mandarin characters easily inside of Evernote either as you are taking notes or after the fact. I'm a Chinese learner and would really like to find an easy way to do this. Any other tips would be greatly appreciated if there are any other users who regularly use mandarin and English side by side. Thanks
  4. I spend a lot of time in China, and therefore have two Evernote accounts, one international and one Chinese. The main reason for the second account is that Evernote International is generally unreliable for sharing Evernote International note links into China. While it is too bad that I cannot switch between the Chinese and International accounts using a single client, I can imagine that different requirements from various governments might make that technically messy. The good news is that I can run the two Mac OS X applications concurrently. There is an issue, however. If I choose to update the Evernote Chinese OS X client to a beta release (or maybe even the next commercial release), the initial restarting of that app has my INTERNATIONAL profile loaded, with all of it's notes. It seems that if I log out, I cannot then log back into the international profile, only the Chinese one. One concern is that this type of scenario might create some sort of inadvertent security or legal issue (e.g., International profile and notes into Chinese Client; Chinese profile and notes into International Client). At a minimum, the upgrade mechanism appears not to be working correctly for either the Chinese version, International version, or both when the two versions are coexisting on the same computer. I don't mind running the two separate applications, but it will be a house keeping nightmare if every time one of the clients is upgraded, that I need to once again sort out the profile mess.
  5. Hi, My Evernote windows client can't sync for a few days. I have googled everywhere but it seems nobody has an exact same problem. So it is: First, I am in China, but I used the international version(normal version, not the Chinese localized "yinxiang biji". Second, both my computers have the same problem(one with Win7 + Chinse language and one with Win XP + English languge), but the web client and my android client works fine. It took a long time for my Evernote to "sync promotions" and then "0% Updating client database". After a few minutes, it reported failed connecting the Evernote server. Here's the Activity Log: 19:44:39 [5476] 0% Connecting to www.evernote.com 19:44:39 [5476] 0% * loaded updateCount: 142916 19:44:39 [5476] 0% * loaded 4 sync chunks, updateCount=144538 19:44:41 [5476] 0% Usage Metrics: sessionCount=1 19:44:41 [5476] 0% Client updateCount=142916, server updateCount=144538 19:44:41 [5476] 0% Retrieving list of changes from the server 19:44:41 [5476] 0% * saved 4 sync chunks, updateCount=144538 19:44:41 [5476] 0% Expunging 90 notes 19:44:41 [5476] 0% Synchronizing 97 notes 19:44:41 [5476] 0% Updating local note "Problem 47: Distinct primes factors", resource count: 1 19:44:41 [5476] 0% * guid={11BC0EBF-5C22-40FE-BBB4-549B2B36E9A7} 19:44:41 [5476] 0% * Updating local resource "4c237f1d3359d5cb2076383fc71b5ae4" 19:44:41 [5476] 0% * rsrc={741EF263-BCCD-4469-B9FF-D83EEE2841FC}, note={11bc0ebf-5c22-40fe-bbb4-549b2b36e9a7} 19:44:41 [5476] 0% Updating local note "已有一万单词量,怎么继续提升?", resource count: 0 19:44:41 [5476] 0% * guid={97C338FC-8C48-49B0-AC2D-68D49CD87016} 19:44:41 [5476] 0% Updating local note "Problem 36: Double-base palindromes", resource count: 0 19:44:41 [5476] 0% * guid={E21EFD66-2824-43B4-889B-8109732A7342} 19:44:41 [5476] 0% Updating local note "Art Wolfe拍摄动物隐身:你能找到吗?", resource count: 21 19:44:41 [5476] 0% * guid={F2071CFA-735D-4EE0-A745-7EB4073D51E3} 19:44:41 [5476] 0% * Updating local resource "21726b57fdcf2b557fd568d493e354eb" 19:44:41 [5476] 0% * rsrc={655B1593-3CC6-43B4-9A5B-69E52B3510E8}, note={f2071cfa-735d-4ee0-a745-7eb4073d51e3} 19:44:41 [5476] 0% * Updating local resource "26dc049a56724d92c26711b956497c93" 19:44:41 [5476] 0% * rsrc={78C17B05-260D-4DCF-B1EC-39E5C4222DCB}, note={f2071cfa-735d-4ee0-a745-7eb4073d51e3} 19:44:41 [5476] 0% * Updating local resource "2b4fd9a09269c63334f78c188e695173" 19:44:41 [5476] 0% * rsrc={2C23A202-270C-426C-A8EA-7028AB1338B5}, note={f2071cfa-735d-4ee0-a745-7eb4073d51e3} 19:44:41 [5476] 0% * Updating local resource "3a6e84c136e13637b7f6f03c4b68514b" 19:44:41 [5476] 0% * rsrc={4DB90499-553F-4079-BC33-017D1376D316}, note={f2071cfa-735d-4ee0-a745-7eb4073d51e3} 19:44:41 [5476] 0% * Updating local resource "54d4896764c34b01e9a7031ee11bc4a1" 19:44:41 [5476] 0% * rsrc={B9FFB6F7-CBDC-459D-8F19-7582E574672F}, note={f2071cfa-735d-4ee0-a745-7eb4073d51e3} 19:44:41 [5476] 0% * Retrieving resource data, size=209597 19:44:41 [5476] 0% * rsrc={b9ffb6f7-cbdc-459d-8f19-7582e574672f}, note={f2071cfa-735d-4ee0-a745-7eb4073d51e3} 19:46:06 [5476] 0% * Retrieving resource reco data, size=2231 19:46:06 [5476] 0% * rsrc={b9ffb6f7-cbdc-459d-8f19-7582e574672f}, note={f2071cfa-735d-4ee0-a745-7eb4073d51e3} 19:46:08 [5476] 0% * Creating local resource "6f58f9351ab3102c381684023623ca7e" 19:46:08 [5476] 0% * rsrc={630DC88C-CEAF-4BCA-81C2-DA1B801B3201}, note={f2071cfa-735d-4ee0-a745-7eb4073d51e3} 19:46:08 [5476] 0% * Retrieving resource data, size=218074 19:46:08 [5476] 0% * rsrc={630dc88c-ceaf-4bca-81c2-da1b801b3201}, note={f2071cfa-735d-4ee0-a745-7eb4073d51e3} 19:46:26 [5476] 0% Can't read from Internet, error: INTERNET_CONNECTION_RESET 19:46:27 [5476] 0% Session terminated abnormally, elapsed time: 1m 48s 19:46:27 [5476] 0% * sent: 671B, received: 207KB 19:46:27 [5476] 0% * 1m 47s (99%) spent in EDAM RPC Can somebody help me? Thanks in advance.
  6. Why does the Evernote search function no longer locate phrases using Chinese characters?! I just shifted to a new Macbook Retina with Mountain Lion from an older mac running Snow Leopard. Unfortunately the search function in Evernote 3.3.1 now fails to search phrases using Chinese characters, especially multiple character words. If I open the web version of Evernote, the search functionality works okay. But I need the search function to work offline because I often work in locations without web access. Also, why did the formatting of numerous notes change when I moved to the Mountain Lion platform? I love Evernote and over the past two years have built my entire dissertation research database using Evernote. If the search functionality continues to be screwy like this, I'm screwed, as my database is trilingual (English-Chinese-Tibetan). I've encouraged numerous classmates to build their dissertation databases using Evernote, but if the search function fails to be 100% across languages, we're F'd! Evernote Community to the Rescue!!
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