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  1. I tried the default font trick, but the problem is that the note will use the default font on the other devices. And I switch devices a lot. Several PC's, an iPad and an Android phone. You can't set the default font on an iPad AFAIK (there's not a lot of configuration possible on that platform). So if I want to review code that I copy/pasted on a PC on an iPad it's reverted to a proportional mess So the only thing that works now is to change the font to Courier or similar every time, which involves more clicking and scrolling than it should (even with the C trick).
  2. Agreed, that would be a great feature! It pains me that my almost prehistoric first PDA (a HP 100LX) already had this feature (a slightly more meorable Ctrl-D), but somehow useful features seems to get lost in time in our digital society. Surely HP didn't patent it...
  3. I'm a programmer so I like to use EN for code snippets and database tables (basically text columns). The problem is that these look terrible in a proportional font. So I have to change the font, not a big deal, you might say. But I probably have a hundred fonts installed on my PC and I have to scroll through a lot of them to find Courier New or another monospaced font. Please make this easier. Surely, there's a lot of us coder types using EN. Suggestions: - Make a quick list at the top of the font list with the fonts I use most. - Make the default font selection so that a note created with it looks the some on iOS/Android etc. (currently it reverts back to the default on that platform) - Make a 'Default monospaced font' button/context menu option or even at the top of the font list. This is probably my main daily annoyance. It would be great if someone fixed it, come on, you must be coders yourselves...? And surely you must eat your own dogfood?
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