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Evernote Mac AppleScript Issues as of Ver 7.10


Are You Having AppleScript Issues with Recent Versions of Evernote Mac?

If you are having any issues with AppleScripts that used to work, but have stopped working as of Ver 7+, please post your script and a detailed description of the issue(s) here.

It is best to post scripts using either the code block tool, or in an attached zip file.  Please make sure you do not have any personal or sensitive information in your script before posting.


As some of you know, I am an avid user and avid fan of AppleScript.  I have many AppleScripts that use Evernote that are essential to my daily workflows.  As a result I am still holding on Evernote 6.11.1 (455059) on macOS 10.12.6.  I can't upgrade to any later version until I know that my essential AppleScripts will work.

So I propose that we all work together to provide the Evernote Dev team a single thread to identify, and hopefully, fix AppleScript issues.

I hope Evernote will put some resources on this as part of their rework of the Evernote foundation, because AppleScript is a very powerful tool to extend and customize Evernote (and all apps) by each user.  Evernote Mac already has a good foundation, it is just fallen in disrepair in recent years as Evernote made changes to the app, but failed to make the corresponding changes to the scripting model.

IAC, I am glad to work with the Evernote community to share and develop workarounds to any AppleScript issues we identify until Evernote has a chance to publish the fix.

I have a backup/test Mac that I am going to upgrade to Ver 7.10+ to test my existing AppleScripts, as well as test scripts posted by others.

Although I have not published any AppleScripts recently, I do have a number of scripts posted in GitHub Gists:

AppleScripts Published by JMichaelTX (GitHubGists)

Thanks for your support to get AppleScript issues resolved.

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My Applescript issues relate more to the Mojave OS and sandboxing.1488835242_ScreenShot2019-05-04at19_04_20.png.fea4fa382b6c3504b5feab422cb08be4.png
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