Backupery for Evernote 197

What’s new: The application has been optimized to work on macOS Mojave. Invalid “Please install direct Evernote application” message has been fixed. Support for long file names has been tuned. Bug fixes along with adding internal improvements. Download it here: https://www.backupery.com/products/backupery-for-evernote/ If you are already using the application, no action required. The app will update itself in …

What “Please enable NTFS long paths in your system.” Error Means

By default, the maximum path length limit in Windows is 260 characters. So if you see “Please enable NTFS long paths in your system.” error it means that the length of some paths that are processed by the application is more than 260. However, it’s possible to remove this limitation to allow Backupery apps to access paths …

What “Please install direct Evernote application” Error Means

When you install Backupery for Evernote application on Mac you may experience the following error: Please install direct Evernote application There are two possible reasons of the error: 1. Absence of Direct Evernote application Backupery for Evernote can’t work with Evernote client that has been installed from App Store. It’s because of App Store app’s …

Uninstall issue on Mac

We’ve discovered that it was a bug in some of our old applications for Mac that prevents the application from uninstalling correctly. So to make the app not run again, just do this simple steps: 1. Close the running application: 2. Go to /Users/<YOUR_USERNAME>/Library/LaunchAgents/ or, alternatively, ~/Library/LaunchAgents/ and remove com.backupery.backupery-for-<app_name>.plist file. Please note, the Library …

How to solve: Application can’t be opened because it is from an unidentified developer (on Mac)

Some Backupery applications may display the following warning dialog when are started on Mac: You see this warning since we’re currently in process of getting identification from Apple. When we got the identification, the warning won’t bother you anymore. To start the application you’ll need to: Locate the application in the Finder (it is usually …