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  1. Hello, I love the code block feature that was added. However, I think it has some down falls. Mostly, I think it is lacking in text formatting. An amazing feature would be for Evernote to recognize some popular coding languages and be able to color code variables and other identifiers. At the very least, I wish the code block kept my formatting when I copied and paste from a text editor. I often copy and paste code from SQL management Studio hoping for the color coding to stay, which it does not. If I copy into a normal section, it is fine but, the code block removes the color formatting. (I have tried pasting with match style, does not work). I think this would make Evernote more robust and be able to reach a larger audience. Mainly, extend reach to developers who would like a place to effectively store their code for reuse. Thank you for taking the time to consider this idea!
  2. I could have sworn there was an option at the top of each notebook to add a code block but I cant find it now and searching online it seems like i'm the only person experiencing this problem. I feel like I jumped into a timeline where the codeblock format never existed or I'v gone mad. Please does anyone remember there being a code block format option and more importantly is there a way to add codeblocks now that the option seems to be gone?
  3. Hi all - I primarily use Evernote for Mac (v6.7.1) and have noticed that there is a code block item under: Highlight Text > Right Click > Format > Code Block. It doesn't seem to do anything though, which makes me sad. I understand that code block formatting was introduced into Evernote web recently and it works great there.. I just tend to use the app more. Does this menu item in the Mac app actually do anything? Am I missing something obvious to be able to format code? AR
  4. Hello, Please consider updating the font or functionality of Code Blocks. When I paste content into these, it may sometimes keep the formatting and may sometimes (always when pasting matching formatting) paste in 'Monaco', which is a font that is not available for selection on Evernote Windows app OR Evernote web app. There are plenty of unicode options available that are more common to use that could be recognized in multiple applications. Alternatively, you could add support for Monaco font in Windows app. A "Copy Format" tool would be very handy as well, which is surprising to see missing from the full app, as even free open-source text editors have this feature. Please let me know if you think there is a solution that I am missing, -PA
  5. I just noticed the "{ }" (braces) icon to the right of the highlighter icon in the note menu. Is it new? I don't recall seeing it before. (see attached screenshot) What does it do / What is it for? When clicked it appears to insert a field of some sort. I'm unable to find anything about it. Thank you.
  6. I've noticed that I can't put a code block or table under a bullet points. Is this intentional or is it some kind of bug? I'm running Evernote under Windows 10.
  7. 안녕하세요. 에버노트 리비전 '6.1.2.2292 (302292) Public' 사용하고 있습니다. 코드 블럭 기능 유용한데요, 목록 중에 사용하고 싶은데 지원하지 않아서 아주! 아쉽습니다. 이를 테면, 1. list 1 2. list 2 위와 같은 목록 사용 중 코드 블럭을 삽입하면 1. list 1 코드 블럭 1. list 2 이렇게 목록 번호가 분리됩니다. 또한 코드 블럭의 indent도 수정할 수 없어서 아래와 같이 활용할 수 없습니다. 1. list 1 a. item 1 코드 블럭 b. item 2 2. list 2 저의 코드 블럭 활용 의도가 드문 case인지요? 그렇지는 않을 것으로 보이는데요... 코드 블럭 기능 개선 요청 드립니다.
  8. [Disclaimer: I have tried to find a proper way to report bugs and failed. "Help & Learning / Submit a request" tells me to "Please submit a ticket" but doesn't say how.] Greetings. Copying and pasting in code blocks has been flaky as far as can I remember, but after I updated from 6.4 to 6.6 it has become almost unusable due to formatting being destroyed. I was unable to find a way to paste text into code blocks while preserving the font. Make a new note. Click "Code Block". Type "abc abc abc". Select any fragment of that line. Ctrl-C, Ctrl-V. In Evernote for windows: observe how the font has changed. In the browser-based client: not just the font, but also the general line height changes (e.g., if you paste text into the second line of the code block, the first line moves vertically). On a related note, pasting text (into notes in general) contaning newlines is also buggy. In the desktop client: Copying a full line (including EOL) from a note then pasting it back does not insert the newline. Copying a full line (including EOL) from another app (e.g. Notepad) then pasting it into a note inserts a double newline. Pressing Ctrl-Z (Undo) after that moves the cursor to an unrelated location.
  9. Been using Evernote to take notes as I watch courses on sites like Udemy and Udacity and I've been loving the code blocks formatting features. Shout out to Evernote for always supporting my learning needs.
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