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AlfredFreak last won the day on July 24 2014

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  1. Here's updated download url: http://s000.tinyupload.com/?file_id=75677841761488282960
  2. Here's a workflow that will backup all of your Evernote notebooks into individual .enex files with a date stamp. Useful for saving the state of your notebooks and for recovering from data loss. Double click the .enex file and that notebook will be imported into your EN. Confirmed working on Evernote 6.0.5 on both Yosemite and Mavericks. In line 3 of the script, enter a valid path to your desired backup location. Usage: Type enbackup Get it here: http://cl.ly/2N3b3D081j1V
  3. Sorry guys, I'm using this workflow daily, but haven't had the time/motivation to make the requested updates. Looks like droplr cancelled my account, so I updated the download link above. Get it here: http://s000.tinyupload.com/?file_id=18007489721706556934
  4. Both of these may be doable. Since I almost always use tabs, and very rarely use two windows, I didn't encounter these issues while making/using the workflow. I'll look into it when I have some time.
  5. Hi, I made this for myself and thought I'd share. I'm a heavy Gmail user, and I think Gmail works best in Chrome. I wanted to always have a Gmail tab open, and to *not* open multiple Gmail tabs when I use the workflow from other applications. I also wanted the Gmail tab to always be pinned to the left. It can't be done via AppleScript, so I'm using a Chrome Extension called Auto Pin URL. Get it if you want the Gmail tab pinned left (it's not required for the workflow to function. Without it, your Gmail tab will be *wherever* in Chrome): https://chrome.google.com
  6. This only works for me if I use full fuzzy match.
  7. If you need to eject multiple drives, then just repeat the line in the script (one for each volume): do shell script "diskutil unmount /dev/YOUR-DISK'S-BSD-NAME1" do shell script "diskutil unmount /dev/YOUR-DISK'S-BSD-NAME2" do shell script "diskutil unmount /dev/YOUR-DISK'S-BSD-NAME3"
  8. The way I do it with a hot key, create a workflow with your desired hot key and then this applescript: do shell script "diskutil unmount /dev/YOUR-DISK'S-BSD-NAME" To find the disk's BSD name, mount the disk, then: About This Mac-> More Info...-> System Report -> then look under Firewire or USB and you will find it. There's probably another/better way, but this works for me.
  9. OK, tnx for that info. You might also like to know that my EN database contains almost 10,000 notes, and your workflow works great, even with wildcard set to automatic.
  10. Carlos, I can't quite figure out the order of the results I get from various searches. Wonder if you've thought about alphabetizing them.... For example, this would look nice in alphabetical order:
  11. This workflow is friggin brilliant; Carlos is a machine! A suggestion: Since the EN convention for emailing notes is @notebook and #tag appended to the subject of an email, you might swap them to same in your workflow (ens @ shows notebooks and ens # shows tags). Great job!
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