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  1. When I save/convert a note to PDF (using the Evernote desktop program) which contains a photo, the photo will often be distorted/broken up in the resulting PDF, meaning that it'll appear in several separate portions. For example, a note that I create and attach a photo (which was taken with an iPhone 6 and attached in the Evernote app on my iPhone) will ultimately result in a three page PDF with the photo split up into three portions when I save/convert the note to PDF using the desktop Evernote program. Is there any way to prevent the photo(s) from being split up into separate portions when converting? I’ve attached a PDF of how the conversion appears when converted using the Evernote desktop program to illustrate the resulting conversion (Evernote Backup (converted to PDF in Evernote) REV.pdf) and another PDF of how it should appear and how it looks in Evernote prior to converting (Evernote Backup (as it appears in Evernote) REV.pdf). I have many notes with photos attached and typically back them up in PDF format but haven't been able to reliably save/convert the note when there are photos attached. I would really like to preserve the original look and format of the note. Here are some details about the software I'm currently using: Evernote Premium; Evernote desktop version 6.4.2.3788 (303788) Public; Windows 10 Home, version 1607, OS build 14393.447. Thanks! Evernote Backup (as it appears in Evernote) REV.pdf Evernote Backup (converted to PDF in Evernote) REV.pdf
  2. Hi, How to stop the automatic conversion of Google Drive links to a box "Title not available, Connect, with three dots". I would like the URL string to remain as a URL string, not converted automatically.
  3. I recently found an old harddrive with an Evernote database and backup files circa September 2006. The Database folder has these 4 files in it: Evernote.enb / Evernote.eni / Evernote.enl / Evernote.enr The Backups folder has 6 backups each with different dates. The backups have an .enex and .xml extension. When I attempt to import any of these backups I get the following error: Could not import notes, error: INVALID_ROOT (Error in line 2, token "EVERNOTE") Please report this problem to Evernote support. I don't have the version that was used to create these notebooks, and I can read the XML files but the code makes the notebooks nearly impossible to read, or extract in that fashion. Lastly, I did find the EN2Export.zip file in another post. In attempting to convert the database, given the time period it's reasonable to assume that the database is from Version 2.x. That didn't work. I can re-run the program to recreate the error as I don't have it handy right now. If it's pertinent my system specs: Windows 10 Pro 64bit / 32GB RAM / Intel Core i7 3.4GHz.
  4. Hi All, Here is a tool for converting Chrome bookmarks to Evernote. Worked well for me, let me know if any bugs and will try to fix. https://twitter.com/kjakich/status/565879393537781760 Note: for PC users, not sure about MAC. Credit: I forked this work from another chap and updated it. Enjoy! Keir
  5. I am a new user and trying to understand what EN can do. I have scanned a page of handwritten notes into EN. When I search for words in those notes, EN can find the words (which is great). But can EN take the next step and convert all the text in the image to editable text that I can use in a Word processor? Or even just a PDF? thanks!
  6. hi, i just got a mac and was sad to discover that microsoft office for mac doesn't include one note - until i found evernote, which is awesome. however, i would really like to convert my one note files to evernote so i could continue to use them. all of the forums i've read on this topic involve having evernote AND one note on the same computer, or running windows and mac parallel to one another - i can do neither. is there any way to even read my files so i can just copy and paste them into evernote? thanks so much!
  7. I've downloaded the sample code from github and followed the steps to build the project. But error message keeps showing up: "Conversion to Dalvik format failed with error 1" Is there's any limit of android versions? Or anything that might cause collisions? Version I use is 2.3.3. Thanks!
  8. Hi Evernoters, I've been using OpenMeta tags to organize files for a few years, so figuring out how to automate importing those files with tags intact was a big prerequisite to starting to use Evernote as my primary file bucket. I adapted a few scripts I found here in addition to the OpenMeta CLI and Noodlesoft's Hazel and came up with a system that works pretty well. If you're interested, I made a post explaining the process here: http://www.n8henrie.com/2012/06/converting-openmeta-tags-to-evernote.html It took me a few days to get working correctly, so I figured I should share and perhaps save some of you a bit of time and effort if you're looking to accomplish the same.
  9. I am working on an ENML to HTML converter that will take non-html tags and try to convert them to HTML. I am in the process of writing this in python. If anyone knows of a tool that already does this, I'd like to know about it. Thanks!
  10. Just had a "Doh" moment - there've been various requests in the Forum for help in converting emails into Evernote, and of course the lovely and talented Evernote clipper may be there to help you in some mail clients. For those who lack this facility however, but do have a Scansnap scanner or have otherwise acquired or purchased PDF software (My Adobe 9 came bundled with the scanner), check out your email client toolbar for PDF related links. I have never used an email-to-PDF function in my life before, but just thought to check out my Outlook 2003 toolbar. There, large as life, were two buttons - one for Adobe, one for Nuance (since I actually bought PDF software separately, way before getting the Scansnap. Double-doh). Both links popped up during the installation of the software, but had never yet been used. Both however happily offer the option to convert one or many emails (+ attachments) to indexed PDF files, which as we all know can be added to Evernote rather easily. Actually doing this in Adobe crashed my ageing Outlook (again), but Nuance worked fine. A quick check on the interweb suggests there are also lots of additional options out there for online or downloadable email-to-Evernoteable file type conversions, most of them (the dl software ones at least) paid-for. I talked recently in a different thread about some "mailbox zero" ambitions - I think they may just have gotten a little closer...