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Protonus

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  1. Got a link to the gotham font? Kind of weird that Evernote would choose a default font for the web editor that isn't installed in Win10 by default? The desktop client is set to Verdana by default. But the browser client keeps on using Gotham by default, ugh. I just want to use Verdana by default across all platforms.
  2. Is there a way to change this default font yet? Gotham fails to render correctly at certain sizes and just and isn't good. Verdana is way better - I really want to make this my default.
  3. Oh and along the same lines - why is my browser version of my notes set to Gotham, but my Desktop version of those same notes, set to Verdana?! Why isn't the font saved across platforms?
  4. On the WebApp/Browser version of Evernote, I can use a single backtick: ` before and after a snippet to turn it into a code snippet, just like Markdown/Zendesk, etc. Works great, even inside a bulleted list. I can also select a block of text, and hit the Code Block button, or use three backticks: ``` before/after the text block, and turn it into a code block, again even if it's inside a bulleted list. I can't do any of this in the Windows version of Evernote, which is extremely odd to me that the web client is more fully featured and easier to use?! In the Desktop client, backticks se
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