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  1. 98% of the reason I'm an Evernote Premium user is so that I can clip Web content in Firefox. While version 6.10.2beta2 works best for me, it and beta1 and 6.9.3 all include a dealbreaker: an increase in memory used until the browser becomes unusable and needs to be restarted. This memory grab proceeds slowly, even if I'm not actively using the browser (maybe due to unattended activity by Gmail, Facebook, etc.). Using the browser heavily makes the memory grab happen much faster. When I say memory grab, I'm talking about 1.5 to 2 GIGAbytes (according to about:memory) on top of my initial startup size of about 600 MB before the browser gives up the ghost and becomes unusably slow. Disabling the Web Clipper makes the problem go away. Re-enabling makes the problem happen again. Uninstalling and reinstalling all three versions makes no difference -- if any of those three WC versions is active, the problem occurs. Right now I'm copying URLs to Chrome and using its WC, but that's not a particularly convenient process for a frequently-used feature. Firefox 50.0.2 (latest) and latest Win 10 Pro. Anyone else having this problem?
  2. The Evernote TILE VIEW made it possible to leverage my robust human visual system to search and recall all kinds of notes out of the 5,000 I have. In Jan, they got rid of that view. Why? In my view, Silicon Valley is filled with hubris and ego. New product managers always want to make a bold statement. They want to make a change. They make up some excuse and test it out on a few people. But I have something on my side. A cog psych degree, and the knowledge that our human visual processing system is over half of our brain and by far the most sophisticated and advanced system of our human senses. I could scroll through literally hundreds of research pieces, articles, or other things I'd saved in a matter of a few minutes. It felt like a miracle to me the first time I realized this. Evernote basically improved my memory and productivity by a factor of 10 or 100x based on this single feature alone. Now I just found out on Jan 18 they got rid of that view. WHY? It is just stunning to me. Now all I get is basically exactly what I had with Dropbox or Google drive. I am now going to have to figure out how to export all 5,000 of my notes. What a terrible development. Thanks for nothing Evernote.
  3. I've been pulling my hair out for the past couple of weeks with a performance problem on my Mac. After only a few minutes browsing, the process "Safari Web Content" starts to consume all my memory - eventually leaving an 8GB machine with 7MB (not a typo) and the bulk of what's used is gobbled up by Safari Web Content. The attached screenshot shows how my memory ends up. I've tried multiple things - re-loading OSX (Mountain Lion), killing Safari .plist files, clearing chase etc. Finally (I perhaps should have done this earlier) I disabled my extensions (one for LastPass and one for EN) and guess what? Running without the EN Web Clipper extension, I can visit a string of "busy' (i.e. high graphics) websites and each new site only adds 10-20MB to the Safari Web Content process. Running with the extension causes huge amounts of space to be allocated to the SWC process. Bouncing through, say - The Guardian, Huffington Post, Telegraph, Independent, Amazon, various ESPN pages, Pitchfork and a few others all in order: With the EN extension off - a few hundred MB end up allocated With the EN extension on - it gets over 3GB. 3GB!!! The problem does appear to be with the EN web clipper. Has anyone else seen this? Are there any config or .plist files I can delete, or do I have to run without the clipper going forward? Any input welcome. Ian
  4. I've been trying to keep my Evernote backed up, and attempting to do so in multiple formats to ensure that I have something that can be parsed/imported later. With 4000 notes, including a large number of scanned images and PDFs, the current 32-bit Evernote application crashes when exporting all notes in "Single-page html" or web-archive/mht. It took me a little while to track down what was happening, but essentially Evernote is consuming a large amount of RAM during exporting those formats. The used memory increases until it gets to about 3.5GB and then crashes. The error messages in the activity log file look like this "date/time [pid] CBuffer: Failed to allocate xxxx bytes of memory." There should be a few of them before the app crashes. The computer has 32GB of ram, and could certainly support a temporary increased usage to facilitate the export. A 64-bit version would be nice to avoid these types of limitations. Thanks Keith
  5. Hello, My note of 58 MB in size, and containing 192 images, is currently taking slightly more than 600 MB of memory on my laptop. Is this considered normal? What can be done to reduce this heavy memory allocation? Thanks, Par
  6. I just upgraded to Evernote Premium yesterday. I had been using Evernote on my phone successfully for a long time. My first note after the upgrade was blocked with a message of "insufficient memory". It mentioned 175 mb, but the context was unclear. This was a simple text note. My questions are: 1) What is the default memory allocation for a text note? 2) Can I change/reduce this setting in the app? 3) Is the default size related in any way to Premium Evernote? In other words, does the Base version create smaller text notes? If so, I will need to revoke my Premium memebership. I don't have that kind of memory to spare, just to take notes. Please respond. I can't take a single text note!
  7. I am unable to add notes and am getting the message "Insufficient memory space: 196 MB out of 9.72 GB available". The message was first coming up when I tried to add a note but I'm now getting it when I try to edit my existing notes, which I am also unable to do now. I am using the EN app on an Android phone. My premium account just reset it's usage total yesterday. I have approximately 6500 notes in about 25 notebooks. I've never had any issues until now.
  8. Over the last few months, as I take pictures (which I store on the SD card), I keep getting warnings that I don't have enough memory to display the image that I've just taken. So, I've deleted apps and then I can view the images. Each time I have to do a mental triage of what app I need least and delete it. It has started to get to where I have very little on my phone as far as apps are concerned. I thought it was an issue with photo storage but all the images are getting stored on the SD card as they should be. So I was really confused on where all my memory was going. I've finally figured out where. Evernote! In the last day or so, I've started getting warnings that EN is running out of memory. In the last week, I haven't changed anything on the phone as far as apps go. I also haven't taken any pictures. So essentially nothing has changed as far as memory but EN is now complaining. So, EN's memory use must be growing. I've checked the storage settings on the phone and EN seems to be stopped at around 17MB but still wants more if these errors are to be believed. I checked the knowledge base and it says that pdfs and other things can be stored on the SD card via an option in EN on the phone but I don't see that option anywhere. I've gone through every menu screen in EN. I also don't know how I can tell EN to keep eating up all the memory on my phone. So, is there anything I can do? Thanks!
  9. Hello -- I have Evernote Premium, and have the client software installed on my Mac. Does anybody know if the documents that I put on Evernote use up storage on my Mac? I have obtined this script from veritrope (link takes you to the page where script can be obtained and explained), and so my scans go directly into a folder with a folder-action that sends the scans to Evernote. It seems to work because the documents do indeed show up there. When I then delete the scans from the folder (the one on my computer with the "folder action"), the document can still be accessed from my Evernote client, as desired. However, I am new to this, so I'm not sure where my Evernote client program is "looking" in order to display the document to me. Is it still stored on my machine? I don't want it to be, because I want to save storage space on my machine. (I understand the necessity of back-ups, etc. but am planning on using a different solution for that, which I am still exploring.). Thank you!
  10. I have an Apple Mini iPad Retina OS7.03 . I would like to know if there is a suggestion as to how much memory one should have to use Evernote successfully. I have been sitting at 10.5 for quite awhile. I don't use my iPad for music or pics. I have a feeling it isn't enough. I don't use it for business, mostly for hobbies. Any help would be appreciated. Dorothy
  11. I want to upgrade to Evernote premium, but I am scared that doing that will save all my notes so as to make all my notes available offline to my iPad. I have a space crunch there. i would be happy to allocate about 200MB to Evernote, but not more than that. Is there a feature in which I can limit to how much data Evernote can store locally in my devices?
  12. HTC Sensation (Z710e) Android 4.0.3, no mods, not rooted. Having 347MB of free space on internal storage and 185MB RAM. Updated Evernote today and it stopped syncing saying "Insufficient memory space" at the bottom inside the app and "Insufficient memory space - There is not enough space on the memory to sync" in the notification area. Tried reinstalling/rebooting - same result.
  13. I am buying a tablet specifically to run Evernote. While I'd love to get a 32Mb tablet, the more memory, the higher the price. Is there a minimum memory I should look for in an Android based device?
  14. Sometimes when I open an excel spreadsheet in EN (I am using a Mac book pro with 8GB of Ram), I can't save the spreadsheet because excel says that I have run out of memory. This is absolutely not true, and I have to cut and paste the spreadsheet and then save as a new file. This only happens when I open a spreadsheet that was stored in EN. In the short run, I am will be saving in dropbox instead. Anyone else have this issue?
  15. Hi, i love evernote, best app ever until recently my evernote keeps making notifcations about my memory being full. now it says i am currently using 0MB out of 60MB but when i try to synchronize or add or change notes it says it can't because i only have 24MB left... and the notifcation 'memory full' keeps popping up can somebody please help??? i really like evernote a lot and i would like continue using it
  16. I find myself recording a lot of audio notes and they are consuming a substantial amount of memory on my iPad & iPhone. I would love to sync & retain the audio notes on my computers that have ample hard drive space, but not my portable devices. However, in the current version of the Evernote client, I don't readily see a easy way to manage audio notes - so I wanted to suggest adding a method to Evernote to enable this feature. I envision this as: Desktop client confirms the audio note sync completed and the respective file is available for management User can then mark the audio file in the note for "archiving" on their mobile devices (where the type or other objects in note remain available) During the next synchronization, the portable device would update the note to have just a link to associated audio file User could then click on the link on their portable device to retrieve the synchronized note or use the desktop client to bring the audio file back to the portable device So, that begs the question: would it be possible to add a feature to the Evernote desktop software that allows one to not sync selected audio notes to a portable device?
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