Hi guys, new to this forum, so apologies if this issue was posted before ( I couldn't find it) Hi just updated my Mac to High Sierra, prior to the update, I was on Snow Leopard, Evernote was perfect, no issues. After update, I updated my Evernote and when I opened the programme, it opened as in the toolbar pops up, but no window opens. I click on file and everything is blacked out, I cannot select anything except preferences and such. I deleted the programme and uploaded again from the app store. Max for live mac java. I can open on my Android phone, and the web. Anyone know why this is happening?
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Or what I can do? (I have already sent a twitter message - that i'm expecting not to be answered any time soon). Just updated my Mac to High Sierra, prior to the update, I was on Snow Leopard, Evernote was perfect, no issues. After update, I updated my Evernote and when I opened the programme, it opened as in the toolbar pops up, but no window opens. I click on file and everything is blacked out, I cannot select anything except preferences and such.
I don't spend a lot of time troubleshooting my devices My solution process is • Reboot the device; it solves many issues • Delete and reinstall the app • Completely remove Evernote; app, databases.The app AppCleaner is recommended for this Install the Evernote app and the database will be rebuilt from the servers. Warning: The rebuild doesn't include Local Notebooks or unsync'd notes. I spent almost my whole day on this. I use Evernote quite a lot, so I need it. I upgraded to High Sierra last night, and this morning discovered I could open Evernote, but it had no functionality. I contacted Apple support, who told me that Evernote is not compatible with High Sierra.
They had me erase my entire hard drive and return to Sierra operating system. Fortunately I had done a recent backup, but it was a terrible process. I warned the other Mac users on my team that shares Evernote with me not to do the upgrade. Will Evernote notify us when it is compatible with Mac's new High Sierra, so that we can do the rest of the upgrade? Same thing happened to me this morning. What a bad user experience! New macOS releases have been announced for so long and access to beta version available to developers as well -- no excuse there honestly; I've been using Evernote for years now but this is not the first time something like this happen and I feel this app (and its mobile equivalent) are slacking behind in support, features and performance lately.
And now, so much time wasted on trying to get the app working vs actually using it (and of course, it's when you need it most that those things happen). At the price Evernote and compare to its competition, this is very disappointing. I think it might be time to start looking at alternatives. Here's what I do to work around this problem • Click the Evernote icon on the taskbar • Click the Computer icon to clip the screen • Type something on the textbox • Click Save to Evernote • The Evernote app will show up allowing you to login. Just followed the recommendation of TrickerStow: It worked wonderfully! Can use Evernote again, thank you so much!
I'm using macOS 10.13.1 High Sierra on a MacBook Pro late 2016 and the Evernote version is 6.13.1. Did not work without the above trick although it should according to the developers of Evernote. Edited December 3, 2017 by TheBiker Additional useful information. So, I did the 'erase evernote and all' option suggested in this thread to recover from Evernote not working.
And now, I have several notebooks which have disappeared!! After thinking about it, I realized those were notebooks which weren't shared and therefore all local only to my laptop (this is for work and I didn't want to have those data accessible from other devices) -- so it makes sense that they're gone, I wish I would have thought of this before (or Evernote fixed their software so users don't have to deal with work around causing lost data). I can't believe I've potentially lost YEARS of data! Now, the 'good' news' is I do have TimeMachine backups so I'd like to go back and restore those evernote data. Does anyone knows what's the dir path of those evernote data???