Don't know what this means. When I apply a new typeface or size to a selection, it applies immediately.
Word (2007 and newer) does it the way I like it.
Type some text and select it.
Go to the font dropdown box and click the little down arrow
Now when you move your mouse over different fonts, the selected text changes to that font so you can preview how it looks.
If you like the font you're hovering above, click it to make the change permanent.
This would be a handy feature to have.
Evernote uses an HTML-derived system to store your note content, and as a programmer, you should understand that tabs are just whitespace in HTML, that is, they don't affect formatting. In many cases, entering tab in an Evernote note causes indentation, just like using Ctrl+M. In some situations (like in the middle of a paragraph, I think) doing that doesn't make sense, so they insert multiple spaces.
What file list?
Amazing; you performed a search query and got more than one result. And Google doesn't do this? What were you expecting?
The search bar works file, but that wasn't my point.
This was what I like to see fixed.
When I type in a filename, I want the selected file to be the filename I'm typing, but the program doesn't do that at all :'(
Thanks for your time.