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Can I use full justify on the web client?

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#1 JEver


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Posted 06 August 2012 - 03:43 AM

Hi. I really like using the web client over the Windows full client application. The only thing that I use the full client for is the full justify (ie left and right justify). Is it possible to do this on the web client? Or the mobile (iOS or Android) client? If so, how do I do it?

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Posted 06 August 2012 - 08:30 AM

I have not seen that edit option in any other client. The Evernote Windows client has a long record of being first out of the gate with UI features.

PS: I am a frequent user of both the Web and Windows clients. The Web client is certainly usable, particularly in cases where the local client is not available, e.g. Linux host OS, working on shared computer, working in a Virtual Machine, etc.. The Windows client however is my go to client when I need to do database maintenance. Features like the configurable List View, Assign Tags, etc. have a huge impact on productivity.
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