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  1. Quick answer! I read something about that and I haven’t tried it. I do much like the idea of writing it in on the tablet directly into Evernote vs. trying to use latex to write it. Some of the notes I take are directly on the computer though vs using the tablet. I use my tablet for annotating directly on the pdf’s and then go back to using the computer for the note-taking. I guess it’s all in the workflow, process, what seems to work better. Personally, I’m going to keep up trying to get the best workflow with mathematics in mind.
  2. You know, I think it’s humorous you come in with a rando stat on a board of mechanical engineers, scientists and university students in STEM against the motion they desire. Humorous enough for me to comment on it. I’m pretty sure, most of the folks above took statistics. And I’m pretty sure your rando stat would be met with quite a bit of skepticism. Where is this 5% coming from? Did you just pull that out of thin air? You could be right, but you could also be very wrong. Without survey data, or polling done by Evernote on its users, it’s difficult to arrive at any good indicator what t
  3. When I think about this issue, I think of it more of a nice to have usability feature. I would love to have this but I can see that Evernote is NOT a programmer code snippet tool. I think what would really shine in this app is the use of markdown like features to designate the language for highlighting. For instance, using the 3 back ticks with a language type at the end of the three ticks as a special built in function of EN that applies the syntax highlighting within that block only and keeps your spacing indentation foreach newline, only within that block. For example: ```javas
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