Joplin 2.10.9 (prod, darwin)
Operating System ==
macOS Ventura Version 13.2.1 (22D68
I've been using Joplin for years. So many that I have some old encryption keys that I've forgotten and am unable to upgrade. For years I've had this message at the top of the editor which asks me to upgrade the obsolete key, which I can't do, because I've forgotten it. I understand that I can not decrypt the associated notes. But this persistent message takes up a important space on my screen, and keeps me from enjoying the application.
Is there a way to dismiss this message?
A pasted copy of my encryption config
End-to-end encryption Encryption: Disabled Public-private key pair: Generated Decrypted items: 5499 / 6479 Keys that need upgrading The following keys use an out-dated encryption algorithm and it is recommended to upgrade them. The upgraded key will still be able to decrypt and encrypt your data as usual. ID Upgrade aae4aXXX8b1e43afdb Master password Master password: ✓ Valid Hide disabled keys Active ID Date Password Valid Actions ✔ e42818XXX13ebae2c8 Source: net.cozic.joplin-desktop Created: 2020-03-23 11:22 PM Updated: 2023-03-16 8:46 AM ❌ 23a5f8XXXc9dabc21 Source: net.cozic.joplin-desktop Created: 2019-05-17 3:45 PM Updated: 2021-08-24 1:00 PM ❌ 4b44dXXX24456d6577ba Source: net.cozic.joplin-desktop Created: 2019-08-14 8:36 AM Updated: 2021-08-24 1:00 PM ❌ f0ecXXX6fc0effb02a Source: net.cozic.joplin-desktop Created: 2020-03-21 8:31 AM Updated: 2021-08-24 1:00 PM ❌ aae4aaXXX76d8b1e43afdb Source: net.cozic.joplin-mobile Created: 2019-05-17 3:52 PM Updated: 2022-12-21 10:18 AM ❌