Evernote is a great tool, but its export abilities leave quite a bit to be desired, especially when it comes to attachments like images. When exported from Evernote, attachments will have ugly names made of long, randomized characters, instead of the name they had when you imported or the name of the note they were stored in.

In the face of such adversity, what is an enterprising user like Chris Suave to do? Why, write an AppleScript, of course.

via MacStories

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