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Anyway to roll back an update?

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This last update has some issues, evernote on my desktop will crash, go into "Not responding" a couple of times a day, have to shut it down and restart, luckily only the last autosaved data is lost. I typically avoid updating Evernote for these exact reasons, but after about 5 skipped updates I roll the dice and do the update, but this time it's biting me again. I can't find any information about how to roll back an update, is there a way? Attached is the screen shot of evernote not responding

Also have notebooks that can't be deleted. Attached a video of that too.

 

 

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Hi.  It's pretty routine - back up your database,  uninstall Evernote and then restart and reinstall your preferred version.  6.16 (forinstance) is here - 

 

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51 minutes ago, gazumped said:

uninstall Evernote

I make sure it's a complete uninstall; app, database etc.

The database is rebuilt from the servers (except for local notebooks)

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47 minutes ago, gazumped said:

Hi.  It's pretty routine - back up your database,  uninstall Evernote and then restart and reinstall your preferred version.  6.16 (forinstance) is here - 

 

I was guessing the only way you would do this is with a reinstall. Now I see where they hide the versions thanks to your link.

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Which version is it that's hanging? Is it version 6.20? Thanks.

 

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It's the latest version, sucks ass.

I've narrowed it down to seems to involve using the windows cut and paste options for me that is what causes evernote to crash, when I go to paste something into evernote it crashes 

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Hmmn.  Check the latest comments out on the release page...

 

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