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fishermand46

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  1. If you know markdown, I would suggest giving Marxico a try. I write most of my notes in it now. https://marxi.co/
  2. In my case, anyway, this does not really help. I do a lot of technical documentation in Evernote. Ideally, I want to be able to very rapidly switch from my normal font to a fixed-width, monospace font when entering commands and formatting the output of commands. It is currently extremely cumbersome to do this. A simple "typewriter" button would be fantastic (with a keyboard shortcut, of course), allowing one to switch back and forth between one's default font, and a monospace font. If you do a lot of technical documentation, I would highly recommend Marxico.
  3. +1 for this. Any editor with list functionality ought to have a way to move lines up and down. It's something I use all the time.
  4. Couldn't agree more with this! Really need a shortcut to switch between fonts.
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