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  1. I would really like to have a hotkey that would delete a note. What I would like is to make the letter 'd' a hotkey that deletes a note. It would really speed up workflow, as I already have my left hand on the keyboard and if I could delete notes by hitting 'd' on the keyboard it would be really useful for me. What are the possible ways I can do this? It sure would be quicker than right clicking, or reaching for the delete key..... If Autohotkey is the only way to do this, I would need the script to insert... Appreciate any help!
  2. Would like to extend your fast note process. With a shortcut a single windows which displays 1 line for writing a note, in which you can use # for giving this note the right notebook and + for giving the note the right tags and ^ for setting a reminder on the right date. After you pressed # or + an autocompletion let you easily find the right notebooks and tags. So, a possible one-line command would look like this: #mynotebook +evernote +forum +request ^06-29 Write a note in the evernote forum to get the feature for 1-line notes No, its not my idea. I am using the tool of doit.im besides evernote, because of this fast and easy 1-line note feature. Do u like it as well?
  3. I request a keyboard shortcut to search intitle. Currently I must type: 'intitle:' before most of my searches to get to Notes i specifically titled so I could find them lol. EG: I make a note called: work, & tagged: work. I search: work Other notes containing 'work' in their body appear before the one titled & tagged with 'work'. - I would prefer tagged/titled first if that makes sense? For now this dirty ahk does the trick to search titles (just made it, sorry if not working well for you) but it's not perfect and surely other people search titles?: !^e:: send, #+f SetTitleMatchMode, 2 WinWaitActive, - Evernote, , 2 sendinput, intitle: return
  4. I use Evernote to create lists of timings for video subtitles and chapters. These timecodes usually look somewhat like this: 01:34:58 It would be immensely useful to have a feature, that allows me to increment or decrement the digits in a timecode. Emmet is a Plugin that adds that feature to a number of code editors. You can set your cursor on a number, like the minutes in my above example, and by pressing Ctrl + Up, you increment the number by 1. Ctrl + Down decrements it. This is an unbelievable addition in terms of convenience! Ctrl + Shift + Up could increment by 10 and Ctrl + Alt Up by .1 It could be wonderful! Here's a video of what it could look like:
  5. Is anyone aware of a hotkey to add a reminder to a currently selected note? If not, I sure hope the EN team will either add a hotkey, or at least put "add reminder" somewhere in the menu bar so I can create my own using OSX's keyboard prefs.
  6. In the Windows version of Evernote there seems to be a hotkey problem. Currently my New Note hotkey is set to CTRL-ALT-N. However if I have Evernote open when I press ALT-N in any other app (on international keyboards, this is the key to get the ñ character) it does not print the ñ but instead opens a new Evernote note. It seems that Evernote is opening a new note regardless of the absence of the CTRL key. Not sure if this is just an OS issue or if it is in the way that Evernote has registered the key listener in Windows.
  7. I have found out the web‘s help of how to input "time",it says that I must use another software to help inputting the "time" in the evernote. But I think it’s a very important function to input "time" in an easier way. Even the windows text document has "F5" to insert time very handy. I'm sorry about my poor English.However,please think about it,it's worth to update it. Best wishes.
  8. Is it possible to assign hotkeys for "go back", "go forward" commands without using third party applications ? These are the commands(buttons) I'm talking about, which allow to navigate to previous/next note: Version: Windows 7, Evernote 5.0.3.1614. Thanks!
  9. Hey, A little while ago most of my keyboard shortcuts stopped working. The one I use most frequently is probably CTRL+SHIFT+C to insert a to-do checkbox. It does nothing anymore. Did the shortcuts change? I looked around online and nobody has updated any hotkey lists so either it's changed and nobody has bothered to point it out or I'm experiencing some kind of error. If someone could enlighten me, It would be very much appreciated Cheers
  10. I wanted a faster way to tag, so wrote the following script. It allows quick tagging of notes using control and the number keys. For example pressing control and 1 will tag a note with 1.Now Steps:1. Install Auto key (more info @ http://lifehacker.com/316589/turn-any-action-into-a-keyboard-shortcut)2. Create a new script in Autokey3. Copy the following text in the script and save the autokey file: GroupAdd, EN_Windows, ahk_class ENMainFrameGroupAdd, EN_Windows, ahk_class ENSingleNoteView#IfWinActive, ahk_group EN_Windows^1::Send {F3}Send 1.NowSend {return}return^2::Send {F3}Send 2.NextSend {return}return^3::Send {F3}Send 3. SomedaySend {return}return^4::Send {F3}Send 4. WaitingSend {return}return^5::Send {F3}Send @computerSend {return}Return^6::Send {F3}Send @computerSend {return}Send {F3}Send 1.NowSend {return}return^0::Send {F3}Send 0.RockSend {return}Return 4. Double click on the autokey file (if it is running correctly it will appear as an icon in the task bar – if not it will tell you what line the error is on)5. Test the script – open Evernote and start a new note then press control 1 and the tag 1.Now will appear6. Click on start/all program and right click on Startup and select open7. Copy the script to the folder8. You can then edit the script and change my tags to your need (e.g. replace 1.Now or add a shortcut for control 7) Note:You can configure other hot keys in the script control is ^ Alt is ! and shift is +. (e.g you could configure a tag if you press control alt and 2 = ^!2):: tells the script to assign your command to this keyControl 6 assigns 2 tags
  11. For those who are using Evernote in Windows and asked "If only Windows version has Heading levels like in iOS!!". Now you can!! Sound's like Obama's Campaign don't it? Version 1(default color): Heading 1 Heading 2 paragraph blockquote a) Download & Install AutoHotKey Copy Paste the below in Notepad #IfWinActive, ahk_group EN_WindowsGroupAdd, EN_Windows, ahk_class ENSingleNoteViewGroupAdd, EN_Windows, ahk_class ENMainFrame ^1::Send ^&{space}send ^dWinWait FontSend {Tab}Bold{Tab}16{Enter}return^2::Send ^&{space}Send ^dWinWait FontSend {Tab}Bold{Tab}14{Enter}return^3::Send ^&{space}Send ^dWinWait FontSend {Tab}Regular{Tab}12{Enter}return^4::Send ^&{space}send {tab} {tab}Send ^dWinWait FontSend {Tab}Italic{Tab}12{Enter}return#IfWinActivec) Save the notepad as ANY_NAME.ahk (make sure it is .ahk) d) Double click on the file ANY_NAME.ahk (you will see a AutoHotKey Icon (H) on the tray) or Right-Click and click on Run Scripte) You are ready to go!! <<make sure your script is running every time you start Windows else you will have to run the script manually every time>>http://www.autohotkey.com/docs/FAQ.htm#Startup to know how to. Hot Keys: Ctrl + 1 - Heading 1 (Bold, font size 16)Ctrl + 2 - Heading 2 (Bold, font size 14)Ctrl + 3 - Paragraph (Regular, font size 12)Ctrl + 4 - Block-quote ({two tabs spaces}, Italics, font size 12)here 1, 2, 3 4 are not Numlock Keys. Version 2 (with Color):Heading 1 (Bold,font size 16, Black)Heading 2 (Bold font size,14, green) Paragraph (regular font size, 12, black) block-quote (italic,font size 12,blue) Copy paste the below instead of the previous one:GroupAdd, EN_Windows, ahk_class ENMainFrameGroupAdd, EN_Windows, ahk_class ENSingleNoteView#IfWinActive, ahk_group EN_Windows^1::Send ^&{space}send ^dWinWait FontSend {Tab}Bold{Tab}16{Tab 3}bb{Enter}return^2::Send ^&{space}Send ^dWinWait FontSend {Tab}Bold{Tab}14{Tab 3}g{Enter}return^3::Send ^&{space}Send ^dWinWait FontSend {Tab}Regular{Tab}12{Tab 3}b{Enter}return^4::Send ^&{space}send {tab} {tab}Send ^dWinWait FontSend {Tab}Italic{Tab}12{Tab 3}B{Enter}return#IfWinActiveCan you change the code to suite your need? Hell Yeah!Here is how:^2:: (^ represents control 2 represents key 2) Send ^&{space} (evernote hotkey to clear previous formatting)Send ^d (evernote hotkey to font window)WinWait Font Send {Tab}Bold{Tab}14{Enter} (set it bold and fontsize 14)returnif you want to change colors - use^2:: (^ represents control 2 represents key 2) Send ^&{space} (evernote hotkey to clear previous formatting)Send ^d (evernote hotkey to font)WinWait Font Send {Tab}Bold{Tab}14{Tab 3}g{Enter} (set it bold and fontsize 14, font color green)return Result: Heading 2 Font color takes the first letter of the colors available. If you want GREEN use {tab 3}g, if you want GREY use {tab 3}gg since it is the second color starting with g. [if you assume the default color is the Black the first color]. Also note the clear formating code doesn't clear the color only font size and B/i/U the color continues if you don't change. Like Below. Heading 2 paragraph The post is a slightly modified version of http://discussion.evernote.com/topic/36202-howto-create-hotkeys-to-set-predefined-font-and-h1-h2-h3-styles/ . Idea credit goes to qot.
  12. Apologies if this is the wrong sub-forum. My request has already been made but the op seemed to upset a number of people http://discussion.evernote.com/topic/22754-howto-move-to-different-notes-quickly/ so I thought I'd make the case again. I've discovered your product and have been using it for over a month. Very nice thanks. Took a while to figure out I could get 3 deep but now I'm there and have the notebook complexity I needed. Most of what I use I drive from favourites. So each day I'm jumping back and forth among 3 or 5 main topics. One of them is a daily notebook so each day I copy the last day into the notebook and remove the items that don't stay from day to day. Because I'm doing a lot of stuff I have limited deskspace so F11 and F10 get rid of the extra headings and I just work within a note. But I'd like to go back to yesterday. Or the day before. Then back again. Quickly. Without bringing up lists and moving between them. I'd love it if you added a hotkey that lets us move up and down the notes in a notebook without leaving the note-view. Like just paging back and forth in a real book. Please consider adding it - I'll try to fake it with Autohotkey but a native version would be great.
  13. I have a little feature request that I guess would be easy to introduce: I would love to have a keyboard shortcut to show Evernote main window, just as happens in many mac applications. I usually open Evernote, look for something and just close the window (⌘+W) but leave the app open. When I want to go back to Evernote I use the app navigator shortcut (⌘+TAB) to focus on Evernote app, but I am not able to bring the main window to front unless I click the Dock icon (so the ⌘+TAB becomes useless). It would be great to have an item in the "window" menu to "show Evernote window", and have a keyboard shortcut assigned to it (such as ⌘+1, which is used in other apps). This way I could see Evernote window just by selecting the app with ⌘+TAB and the hitting ⌘+1.
  14. For most of the consuming notes function, the fullscreen mode in Lion is great. It keeps your notes handy and also keeps Evernote out of the way of the rest of the apps. However, if you've become used to creating notes in-context with other work by using the hotkey to open a new note in the space you're working in, fullscreen just doesn't work: the new hotkey-created note opens in the fullscreen window, not in the space where you're working. Would it be possible to have the hotkey start (or be consumed by?) a new process ("Evernote Note Helper" or somesuch) that allows you to create a note in your current space?
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