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[Discuss] Backing up evernote

Thanks Mike,
I use Material Terminal on Android for local shell, and Terminus for ssh
access. Both have disappearing soft keyboards.

On Thu, Dec 6, 2018 at 11:25 AM Mike Small <smallm at> wrote:

> Jerry Feldman <gaf.linux at> writes:
> ...
> > My main concern with evernote is the rumors it may go out of business.
> So,
> > I have two desires
> > 1. Backup on my system (or Dropbox or drive) to preserve the notes.
> > 2. Viable replacement for evernote that supports Android and Linux.
> emacs seems to have a mode available for doing something or other with
> evernote files:
> But I guess if you were an emacs user you'd be using org-mode, plus
> emacs is painful on Android. A person wanting a Lisp on Android should
> probably instead use picolisp and some simpler editor.
> This reminds me, does anyone have a way to enter text into an android
> phone at a shell or editor prompt that gives the shell or editor the
> whole display rather wasting half of it showing a soft keyboard? The
> picolisp author has a solution called pentikeyboard, but I haven't been
> able to figure out how to install it on my phone yet:
> I wonder if it's not more suited for tablets than phones anyway.
> My hand is too large to drape fingers and thumb across the phone's screen.
> --
> Mike Small
> smallm at

Jerry Feldman <gaf.linux at>
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