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I want to completely wipe Evernote from my Mac, but, I am unable to get rid of two visible components in Location Services for the latest version of Mac OS X. "Evernote" and "EvernoteHelper" remain somewhere deeply rooted in my computer. I followed all removal directions from Evernote. See attached screenshots. It seems this is also an issue for other people. I would greatly appreciate someone's help. :-)
I use evernote on multiple desktop computers in different work offices/ sites. They are part of a large computer network managed by a state education dept in Aust. (I also have them synced with evernote on home laptop, iPad and Android phone.) A login (username and password) is required to access each computer. Another login (same username and password) allows access to the internet, eg via IE or Firefox. Problem is that when I open up evernote I am asked to login four times, which is a real drag. Is there anyway around this? Is it possible to have evernote save my username and password so that it logs in automatically, for example? I am able to do this with Firefox. The login box pops up with username and password already populated and I simply press okay. with thanks, Mark
I ran a complete computer check with TechTool Pro 7 and File Structures came back with: "70 suspected files found out of 114684 total files checked" Of these, at least half were related to Evernote. I've found this issue before and Evernote told me to uninstall and reinstall Evernote. This issue persists though. My question is: should I just delete these files or reinstall again? AND Is this a common problem people are encountering with Evernote? And, yes, I posted in the Micromat (TechTool Pro) forum. thanks