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  1. I have already seen in community threads, and in other forums that there is no Evernote linux client. On this matter, two points of view: General: Already the number of users who use or want to use Evernote in Linux natively is great. At least, it's my impression in the Arch and Ubuntu forums, as in the social networks on Linux. Many comparisons in articles, podcasts, etc., of note programs and organizers are made against Evernote. Individual: I am a 100% Linux user, for 2 years. And Evernote is an app paradigm within the field. And it is imprencindible to have Evernote in Linux, to be able to work offline with notes, notes and documents attached to my academic and professional work (I am a computer consultant in companies, and administrator of networks in a University). Thank you for your attention.
  2. Hola, desde hace años uso Evernote y desde hace unos meses uso la versión PLUS. Me encanta Evernote y es mi centro de control. Problema: en casa uso Mac OS, tableta y teléfono Android y en el trabajo Windows 10 y de unos meses a esta parte Linux. En todas las plataformas hay clientes nativos para Evernote, menos en Linux. En la empresa se empieza a adoptar Linux por el creciente número de usuarios en todos los ámbitos (empresa y hogar). Vale que está el cliente web que va muy bien cuando estás usando ordenadores o dispositivos que no son tuyos o que usas puntualmente. Pero no creo que sea la mejor solución para usar en el día a día. De ahí que empice a buscar y descubro sorprendido que no hay un cliente nativo para el magnífico sistima operativo del pingüino. ¿Por qué no existe? Un servicio tan innovador y útil como evernote ¿por qué no tiene ningún cliente oficial? No me creo que sea porque haya "pocos usuarios de linux". Hoy en día hay frameworks y muchas herramientas que permiten en desarrollo multiplataforma, por lo que el coste sería mínimo. El servicio que ofrece Evernote es mágnifico y es una lástima que se limite el acceso al mismo a los usuarios habituales de Linux. La interfaz web está bien, pero no para el uso diario e intensivo.
  3. jasonblewis

    native linux client

    Hi, Many of your users would love it if you could make a first class linux client, just like the mac and windows clients. Please consider this.
  4. Recently checkboxes haven't been check-able for me This is new as of maybe 5 days ago Wondering if other people have the same problem
  5. delete this, not applicable anymore.
  6. Quentier is a cross-platform (Linux/Windows/Mac) note taking app capable of working as Evernote client. It can also be used for local note taking, without the necessity to even have the Evernote account. Quentier supports such features as: Synchronization of user data (notebooks, notes, tags, saved searches) with Evernote Evernote search syntax can be used for data searching within the local storage Printing of notes and converting them to pdf files Ability to open several notes simultaneously in either tabbed or windowed interface Ability to switch between accounts - both local and Evernote ones Quentier is free software distributed under the terms of GNU GPLv3. A large part of core functionality was delegated to a separate library which is distributed under the terms of GNU LGPLv3. Note that the project is currently in public alpha state and is not yet intended for production usage! Some things might be unpolished while some other things might just randomly break due to some unforeseen circumstances. In order to make the app ready to fulfill the needs of casual users in near future the help of brave people prepared to meet and report bugs and inconveniences is required. So I'm seeking for volunteers willing to take part in testing, bug reporting, developing and co-maintaining this app (as well as its core library). The project has downloads with binaries for all supported platforms (AppImage for Linux) so you can take the binary and tinker with it for a bit. The user documentation is pretty much nonexistent at the moment but there's a brief overview of the app's features which should get you started. Quentier is written in C++/Qt, uses CMake build system, also uses some bits of SQLite, JavaScript and CSS. If you have development skills in these technologies and would like to dive into the project, there's an overview of the app's internals + the detailed guide to building and installing the app's dependencies as well as the guide on building the app's core library and the app itself. There are also some pre-filled issues (ditto for the core library) some of which are marked with "help wanted" and "good first issue" tags - these are intended for new developers coming to the project. In addition to help with testing and development I'd gladly accept and appreciate assistance from someone with good design skills: for one thing, better application icons are needed than what I was able to produce myself. For other things, the overall GUI appearance might need some improvements or their ideas at least. The project has a blog in which I write about various technical and non-technical stuff related to the project in one way or another.
  7. Many of the users like me have Ubuntu as a secondary operating system. But i don't see a genuine app made specifically for Ubuntu. If you guys truly want to reach an even wider audience i advice you to get an app for ubuntu as well.
  8. I know there are various articles/blog posts on this, but I find that online authors for tech-related subjects usually have very little in-depth info and are generally just skimming the surface as they churn out as many fluffy click-bait articles as possible. We have a number of Linux users here, so I'd love to hear from you - which Linux client is your favorite and why? I'm looking to pick an EN client to run on Ubuntu.
  9. daljeet singh

    Need Evernote for Linux

    Hello there, I want to know what is the status of Evernote for Linux. I know why Evernote is not creating application for Linux. I'm using nixnote and works good but in 1-2 it downlods my notes from server and my notes is only text small size images size is less than 40mb. I want to fully functioned note taking application and I love Evernote that's why I'm finding way to use their services no doubts Evernote is best but I love Linux aswell. I don't want to compromise my security that's why I'm using Linux. In 1-2 hours 2 two notes are downloaded form Evernote server to nixnote and still waiting for third note. Everything is mess-up nothing open like we see in Evernote application for other platforms. I shift to place where internet is very bad sometimes not working so I need application for linux. I try other client but nothing is good as Evernote app as. This is my request to please do something and spotify is also available for Linux so why not Evernote. Regards
  10. This post is intended as a basic guide for getting Evernote running under WINE in Linux. If people want to share tips etc, maybe we can build it into something quite useful. Evernote (mostly) works fine for me under WINE and has the last few times I've tried, so I thought I'd share my setup, and if anyone has any further information to add that would be great. *WINE can be a sensitive beast so maybe a list of known working combinations of "WINE version + Evernote version" may help some people? **NOT intended as a "please make a Linux version" thread, there's plenty of those. What doesn't work for me: (I'm not a heavy Evernote user so probably missing a few things) -New Audio Note (might be fixable haven't tried) -New Webcam Note (might be fixable haven't tried) I'm currently using: Linux Distribution: Elementary OS 0.3 -Freya beta (Ubuntu 14.04) WINE version: 1.7.25 Evernote version: Not sure if the below WINE settings make a difference, don't have time to test maybe someone can confirm? WINE settings: -32bit prefix set because using a 64bit machine -set to Windows 7 in winecfg -running gdiplus riched20 and msxml3 as native libraries in winecfg (msxml3 installed via winetricks) -have corefonts package installed via winetricks (someone mentioned installing the Tahoma font in winetricks and using a font-smoothing hack but I haven't had any issues with fonts) Installing WINE 1.7: Here's how to install the latest version of WINE and winetricks using Ubuntu based distros: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-wine/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install wine1.7 winetricks Screenshot of Evernote running on WINE 1.7: ***On a side note, I remember that for quite a while Google were packaging a very usable combo of WINE and Picassa for Windows into an installable deb/rpm/etc for Linux because they didn't want to create a native Linux version for whatever reasons.
  11. You guys have a great product! I love it. It just doesn't work consistently in my preferred desktop browser... Some times when I open a note in Firefox nothing except for the title shows up. If I open the same note in Chrome it works fine. Opening a different note in Firefox works fine too. I don't know if it matters but I have only seen this happen with a web-clipped note. The clipping was done using the Firefox plug-in. Browser: 54.0 (64-bit) Mozilla Firefox for Ubuntu Canonical - 1.0 os: Ubuntu 16.04, kernel version 4.4.0-91-generic
  12. I'd really appreciate the awesome PDF features that are on the desktop clients on EvernoteWeb. (preferably on the "old" version where it still looks like the windows evernote desktop - the new version is so much more cumbersome to use and creates multiple copies of my notes everytime it refreshes... but that's a separate issue) I have been a premium member for years and my main box needs to be linux. I can use a Windows box and all the nice premium features for evernote desktop sometimes, but that's not always possible, and I totally don't get my money's worth when I'm using EvernoteWeb. None of the Linux clones of the evernote desktop have the PDF viewing, searching and annotating features that the Windows one has. Now that you're basically Google, surely there are enough resources to either: a) give the linux premium users the same EvernoteDesktop that Windows and Mac get, or b), Make a "Premium EvernoteWeb" that has the same PDF etc features. Thanks
  13. The search feature is not working in the Classic view in my Chrome browser. I am using a Linux Ubuntu version of Chrome, Version 56.0.2924.28 beta (64-bit). There was an update just today so there might very well be a bug in the browser. When I try to search by tag, the center column only displays a few of the tagged items, say the first ten. When I clear the filter and hit 'Search' again, nothing shows in the center column, which is set to Snippets view. I just tested it in Firefox and it is working fine, so it must be something in the Chrome beta. Any suggestions on how to attack this with Google? I'm not sure how to get them the right data.
  14. I use Evernote constantly on my phone and also used it when I was still on macOS. I've recently been transitioning to Ubuntu though and I've found that I'm either stuck with the suboptimal web app or with third party clients all of which are nothing too great. So is there any hope for an official desk Evernote app for Linux anytime soon (or at the very least, Ubuntu)?
  15. Hello, I know there is no Evernote client for Linux. For the moment I am ok using Evernote Web. But I would like to know if there is a way to backup the notes and store them locally as text files. I am on Debian (Jessie). I found GeekNote but I am not sure they provide that feature. Thanks
  16. Hi, first of all, I love Evernote and have been using it for several years. I searched the forums before I made this post, and I see there are some previous posts about just this topic, so even though I couldn't find any messages about making an official EN client for Linux- I'd like to chime in and make the request. For me, Evernote is about being independent of both operating system and web, being able to go offline and still be able to use Evernote. At the moment I can't do this when using any variant of Linux.
  17. C@ros bom dia, Estou no evernote via interface web (firefox 45.0 - ubuntu 14.04). Vez or outra quando estou editando uma nota ela vai sendo replicada no caderno. Algo como à medida que vou escrevendo na nota ela vai gravando o seu conteúdo em uma nova nota em vez de atualizar a nota corrente. Alguém já passou por isso? Luís
  18. As a premium subscriber - I want evernote to make my versioned notebooks available in evernote markup as git repositories. The minimum implementation would be a daily cron or similar to export/update a personal read-only git repo for version controlled backups. A backup is not a backup if it cannot be restored, it is an archive at best. Next step is to allow me to restore my evernote information from my Evernote git repository. The rationale: I have an easy backup mechanism - running git clone on a regular basis. Anyone who can use git, will want (and understand) this feature, which would be amazing for Windows, OsX, and Linux It makes it easier for people to do whatever they want with regards to personal automation around their evernote notes. It will lower the barrier for innovation on evernote content on all platforms. If write access allowed, It makes it easier to use any other external text/xml manipulation tool to update evernote. Make it easier to detect and track changes in your documents, as git is a mature tool for this, and so are the tools that use it. This "git backup" feature has the side benefit of making it easier for mature 3rd party tools on unsupported platforms e.g. Linux, OpenBSD, or anywhere GUI's fail, but git works!. That's it. This is what i am campaigning for now.
  19. I'm looking to subscribe to Premium and would like to know, beforehand, whether it will be possible for me to tag multiple notes at the same time? I only use, and have access, to Linux PCs and Android phones. I have not found a way to accomplish this with Evernote Web or the Android app; although I'm probably missing something. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  20. Hi, I work primarly on Linux, so I'm using Wine to install and use Evernote. Everthing work nice and fine. Linux allows to paste clipboard with mouse middle button. Evernote uses middle mouse button to scroll through notes. Is there any way to change this behaviour? I would be gratefull for any tips to achive this.
  21. Hi all, The topic says it all: Where can I get/download a linux client? Creating a "paperless" workflow makes only sense in a device independent environment. I thought that evernote was exactly striving for this. Kind regards, Kay
  22. Hello everyone, I'm creating an Evernote Client for Linux : https://github.com/aniket-deole/notes Recently I was trying to implement a Full Sync during first start, but i got an error saying that the rate limit was exceeded. So, should I break up the sync in multiple parts ? Or, as specified here https://blog.evernote.com/tech/2013/08/13/evernote-api-rate-limits/can we work this out ?? Thanks, Aniket
  23. Dear all, I typically use Evernote under linux/wine - which works very well. However, recently I have had a couple of issues - I no longer see the note title, and text that I enter in the search box is also invisible. Things are fine with version, but somewhere shortly after there was a change. I note that something definitely changed - reports of the title font size changing, and then being fixed in the recent version. I was wondering if someone could tell me the exact change made - e.g. was the font chnaged? Perhaps then I can install the relevant font under wine to fix the problem... If anyone else has hints, I'd be pleased to hear them! Mark
  24. Hi, all Maybe this question sounds stupid, but anyway Currently I am developing Linux-based application that interacts with Evernote servers. I will be using Consumer keys to authenticate users against their Evernote accounts. The question is very simple - since this is a Linux-based application these Consumer keys can be read by anybody. Is it safe to share one Consumer Secret/Consumer Key inside application with many users? Or is there any technique that solves this problem? Thanks in advance
  25. Hi Gang- Trying to clip a number of full articles, one at a time, from medium.com website (actually creative writing piece of mine), the first is imported properly to Evernote. Subsequent ones bring in graphics from the original clip or keep reverting back to the first one even though I am on a completely different page with a unique URL. Using Ubuntu 14.04 and the latest Chrome 43.0.2357.81. Both clipping apps/widgets would see useless under this behavior. TIA, Vince