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  1. Ok, so my final conclusion working with monospace and Evernote for now is (version 7.0.7 Android, Win): If one is editing on Android with courier new never ever insert a linebreak (Enter/Return). That will bring up the linespacing issue and the standard font for the new inserted text. Do copy at least one character (a white space is not enough) plus the linebreak and paste it where you need the new line. Again, if the line before the place you paste has no characters or just a white space, you'll get standard font. If one is editing on Android with courier new never ever place the cursor at the end of line (after last character). Back on Desktop it will bring up the inserted text in standard font. Always place cursor after second last character, do editing, then delete that last character. Never ever use the "clear formatting" function in Windows Client (ctrl+shift+space). It will replace <font face> tag with <div style="font-family"> property, which EN Android will not understand correctly. Maybe this clarifies EN monospace behavior to someone. Crazy, somehow, not getting nowadays, what DOS did all the time.
  2. Guess I found a major point: The Android app does not recognize the "font-family" property. EN Android does recognize the <font face="Courier New">tag correctly with Droid Sans Mono -- but using the "clear formatting" function in Windows Client (ctrl+shift+space) replaces the font tag with a <div style="font-family: Courier, "Courier New", monospace;">so monospace is lost on Android. I'd suggest that "clear formatting" does not use font-family property if not supported by Android. Or is that on the road map? Would be good to know for a future proof formating of monospace text. And just to mention it: EN Android does not recognize the font Droid Sans Mono with the working <font> tag <div> <font face="Droid Sans Mono"> Test Notiz für Monospace </font></div>which should be installed on every Android device I assume. It's not over yet...
  3. Hi all I spend now 15+ hours experimenting and reading about the monospace-issue. I'm aware that EN isn't a text editor like Word nor a layout program like InDesign. But it want to be more than Notepad++ regarding fonts, isn't it. That said, it really should be possible to have any serif, sans and monospace font sync correctly over all platforms. I do see the point of device optimized fonts for readability and I don't care about Times, Bookman, Arial, Verdana, Courier or Segoe or what ever. BUT: Titels are Sans, Content is Serif, Code is Monospace. This was and will be, isn't it! After my last experiment -- installing Droid Sans, Droid Sans Mono and Droid Serif on Windows -- I really expected the Android EN App to recognize the monospace font, as it shows correctly in ENML: <div> <span style="font-family: Droid Sans Mono;"> Der blaue Fuchs rennt mit dem Hammer durch die Strassen. Ol 01 </span></div>This doesn't work after all, and I'm a bit p***ed off by now. I'm a plus user since a few weeks and can't belive this issue is not solved after 4 years or so. I guess it really is time now to transform some caffein into serifes and monospace. Managing font-families serif, sans, mono across Platforms in html can't be this hard. If yes, please be as simple as Notepad++ and get rid of the non-working "features"! I can live with spacing issues between <p> and <br /> (isn't without any doubt ever), but font-families should work as in every browser, even IE. Probably someone got some new ideas/aproaches? I need monospace font for song sheets, aligning text and chords. I got tired of 1000 files in Dropbox; Google Docs because it's an overkill for my use, marking every single file and audio sample for offline use is a pain. Speaking of that, I noticed that if I do an EN sync on Android tablet it doesn't sync really? If I go offline and want to show the (on PC) edited note and play the new Audio attachement, it sais: no connection to server. Is that a "feature" too that EN Android gets only the information about a new version and new atachements but not the new data itself? Or is that the other meaning of sync?I really hope we can solve this somehow. It's like a race car without rev counter or something. And I like this race car, it fits my needs perfectly! Thank you for any information.
  4. My issue got resolved by support, somehow on a Sunday, within an hour after the first answer from support, my ticket yesterday and the post here today. However, I'm happy now. Not sure, how much my clarity and kindlyness helped. Have a nice day! Sadly I can't add [solved] to the title...
  5. I'm musician and use my tablet in rehearsals, gigs and sessions for text- and lead sheets. If I edit a note on Android I have to reformat it on desktop.I need to set the font size to big on desktop to be able to read it on Android.Again the monospace font issue comes up here. A default display-font-size on mobile devices in relation to the font size set in desktop would be grat to me. I.e. "display fonts at 135%" on tablet, 110% on phone. Would be perfect to me. The option to set font to just "monospace" I'd like to see. Personally I wouldn't care about which font exactly as other do.
  6. Hi Via Google Play I purchased the Plus upgrade on July 6. I'm still on Basic. I filed a Ticket# 1161243. On Android it sais "Item already purched". It seems Evernote can't get this information somehow on Android, Desktop and in Browser. Can you please flag this post so I get in the que of premium support somehow? It's time now to take action now. This is probably because I use different email adresses over the net. I added my Evernote email to my Google Account so you hopefully can find it. Thank you. To me it'll be a good idea to inform people not to puchase in Google Play if they use different email adresses as some do as it seems... My Google Play quittance: Vielen Dank.Sie haben auf Google Play ein Abonnement bei Evernote Android gekauft. Bestellnummer: 12999763169054705758.1309792137626707 Bestelldatum: 06.07.2015 10:00:32 MESZArtikel Preis Evernote Plus Yearly (Evernote) CHF 25.00/Jahr Jahresabonnement - Automatische Erneuerung am 06.07.2016 Gesamt: CHF 25.00/Jahr (enthält MwSt. in Höhe von CHF 1.85)
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