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  1. You are right that Code Block might not be justified as the top priority. It actually came out as one of the experimental features created during the company's hackweek in Jan. This was mentioned in the forum post of the 6.5 beta 1. Since we already have this feature baked in internal builds, we'd like to share with other Evernote users who also want this (off by default) and like to see how big the audience it would be.
  2. The Mac App Store version has been submitted and will be released soon. The Direct Download version can be downloaded here.
  3. I don't know how to change the font, but in case you want to change the font size, here is how: http://cl.ly/3H2R2D1O2D1A
  4. Re @kominetz and @fnl: See this earlier post regarding why we chose “⌘+” / “⌘-” for the Zoom feature and “⌘>” / “⌘<” for the font size change feature. As to the Zoom feature, it is off by default. You need to go to Preferences -> Software Update -> Enable zoom. COMMAND-+ and COMMAND-SHIFT-+ are treated as the same thing in Evernote, if you enabled the Zoom feature. Does that not work for you?
  5. There are a few ways you can create a new Code Block (after enabling the Code Block feature from Preferences): - Click the {} button from the UI formatting bar (with no text selected) - Press Cmd+Ctrl+B - Type ``` and then press Enter (if you have Auto Format feature enabled in Preferences -> Formatting) Once a new Code Block is created, the cursor should be placed within the empty Code Block. You can then use Cmd+V or context menu to paste code from your code editor into the note. Another possible way is to first paste the code into the editor as usual, and then select all text of the code, and then click the {} button or press Cmd+Ctrl+B to convert the currently selected text into a Code Block. Hope that helps.
  6. Sounds weird. I cannot reproduce it. Does anyone else see this issue? What tag name do you use? And what is the search query? Thanks,
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