Ken K replied to Chantal Leonard's question in Evernote for Mac Requests (Versions 7.14 and under)Recently upgraded to 6.10 (454267 Direct) for Mac. I'd like to see this keyboard shortcut restored. If it was intentionally removed, then that was a retrograde decision. While we can add a shortcut, it's a bad decision to make users customise shortcuts for something that has been part of Evernote for a long time. If it was accidentally removed, then that's a bug, and should be fixed. Other than that, I like Evernote! Regards, Ken. Update: I added a shortcut for Show Fonts in application Evernote using System Preferences, but it doesn't work properly. Firstly, it only sometimes displays the Fonts dialog. If I try it again, I just get hear sound indicating an error or an unknown key-stroke. Secondly, I can't use it to hide the dialog. Previous behaviour was that Cmd-T would toggle showing/hiding the Fonts dialog. So, the workaround of adding the shortcut yourself does not work. Further Update: My issue was caused by my adding a shortcut for Show Fonts only. When the Fonts dialog displays, the menu item changes from Show Fonts to Hide Fonts. Hence hitting Cmd-T again was not hiding the dialog, as I reported above. I've added a second shortcut via System Preferences for Hide Fonts, giving it the same key-stroke, Cmd-T, and it's all working as it should now. Because there was no shortcut for Hide Fonts, after my first attempt, I was hearing the error 'honk'. Having said all that, I'd still like to see Evernote restore the shortcut out of the box.