None of my Mac OS X nor Windows machines have Evernote installed, so I am unable to test this link. I always get the message "There is no application set to open the URL evernote:///view/49038651/s3/354fa89f-73e7-4f48-9a2c-bcebd6977006/354fa89f-73e7-4f48-9a2c-bcebd6977006/." From what I read, it appears to be a file syncing application. Anything else you tell me about what should appear may be helpful.
Yeah, sorry about that. I wondered if anyone else would be able to replicate it since it might be Evernote specific. Do other application links work correctly? This link that I posted is specific for my Evernote (not shared with you) so you really have to try your own link.
Everynote is a free download maybe you could test a link of your own.
I can reproduce this issue on OS X 10.9.2/FileMaker Pro Advanced 13.0v1.
A workaround of sorts (not very satisfactory) is to place the link in a web viewer....
David Wikstrom, Thanks. I also tried the web viewer idea thinking of it as a work around too thinking that if Safari would link correctly that this was a way to “force” FM to launch Evernote correctly…but that didn’t work like I hoped.
What did you actually do? Did you use the web link that Evernote provides to see the note in the web viewer? Or do you get it to launch the link correctly this way?
This was just a quick test so I simply display the link in a web viewer, and when I click the link, that opens the note correctly in Evernote. There are lots of other options once could try, depending on exactly what you want to achieve. If you only need this for the Mac, AppleScript can also be an option.
Just did another quick test, and you can script the opening with the Set Web Viewer script step. Set the web viewer to something like:
That is what I was after as a work around. Thanks. Hope they fix this bug.