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  1. Would be great to be able to adjust the Evernote application font size. That is, the font(s) that are used in the side panels, the list of notes, note cards, snippets, etc. I can make the text I type into notes as big as needed, but I still have to squint at the list view (especially with high-res displays). A global setting in the Preferences / Options would be sufficient, but even better would be some keyboard shortcuts to zoom in or out I'm a Mac user, but I believe this is a missing feature on Windows as well.
  2. Side Note: I have a basic account. From everything I've read, it seems that this means I don't have the ability to report bugs. I think you should reconsider that. I understand not wanting to provide customer support to free people as that costs money, but at least make it easy for people to help better your product by alerting you of bugs. A bug reported by a free person helps your paid customers as well. The issue: When editing on the web editor, if you have the font settings all normal (Gotham 14) and you copy/paste a line of text, the pasted text will look fine on your web app, but smaller than the rest of the text on your iPad app. Looking at the inspector in Chrome, the problem seems to be that if you're using the default font size of 14px, all of the span tags actually have no font size declared, but if you paste in text that was 14px, you'll now have a `font-size: 14px;` style on the span. This text actually renders small on the iPad. Maybe this means that the iPad's default font size is more like 16px? I don't know. But, the difference seems to be this extra inline CSS rule. Since there's already a `font-size: 14px;` CSS rule on `#en-note`, this difference is not visible in the web editor. The only fix seems to be highlighting all of your text and re-setting the font size. It's especially annoying when you're wanting to re-order a lot of text in a note.
  3. When I open a new note in EN, I get Tahoma font, size 10. Is there a way to reset this default to another font and size?
  4. Hi, I have my notes set to a font size of 14pt. When I print the notes, some of them come out with a very small font size when printed, yet all notes are set to the same font size in the note. The notes that have the much smaller print font size seem to be the ones with more content in them. How can I make all of my notes print out in the font size that is selected in the note?
  5. I am trying to edit text in a note, using the Osx Evernote app on Sierra. Most of the buttons are working fine, but the font selecter and font size selector are having no effect. The text is stuck at 14pt helvetica. Is this a bug or am I forgetting to do something? Thanks
  6. So we're all annoyed at the lack of a zoom feature, but on the old version I'd get around it by increasing all the text in a document by hitting Command-Plus. But the new Evernote for Mac (while otherwise excellent) makes this more difficult to do since it makes the text size of all selected text the same. I like having headers on my documents to keep them organized. So, I add a chapter heading and some text: So far so good. Now let's select the text: Alright... now let's do Command-Plus to up the font size. What? On the previous version, it would increase it incrementally, making the header a bit bigger and the text a bit bigger. Now incrementing the font size makes all the text the same size, so I lose the text size formatting. After leaving Evernote years ago for its unpredictable text editing, I came back hoping things would have changed. They did, mostly for the better, but new bugs have cropped up in the process. I hope this is a known bug. - Evernote 6.0.3 (451151 App Store) - OS X Mavericks 10.9.5 (Thanks JMichael for reminding me to add these stats)
  7. I would really appreciate it if the following features were added to the text editor for the Desktop PC edition of EverNote. 1. Allow me to change the font size to any font I want within a 0.5 pixel range. That's It, I will let you know when I have more. Your loyal paying customer. - DigitalN0mad
  8. Evernote is acting very strangely with respect to font sizes in tables. This is the sequence of weirdness: I create a note with a table. I enter a bunch of text. I press "CTRL+A" to select everything in the note. I change the font size from 13 to 14. When I make a new row in the table or delete certain portions of text, the font size automatically resets to 13. Is there any way to change the font size to 14 across an entire note and then have it STAY at size 14 until/unless I specifically select a different font size? Thanks in advance for any help!
  9. Hello everyone, I'm using Evernote on Windows 10 with a high res screen. To avoid fuzzy characters, I disabled the "Disable display scaling on high DPI settings" following this post: However, now every time I start a new note, Evernote seems to be doubling the font size (I set it as Tacoma 18, but it always starts with 36), and some existing notes' font sizes are messed up a bit as well. Is it a known bug, or is there anything I can do to correct this problem? Thanks a lot, Jack
  10. Hi, I changed the default font and size by going in Tools>Options>Note. That changed my font style but the size keeps going to a different value than what I put as default. When I start a new note, it has a wrong font size. Sometimes, when I delete a line, hit enter and start typing, font size is wrong. Is Options not the correct place to change font and font size? Is that specif to the note I was working on when I made the change there? Is it not applied to everything? I find this very annoying.
  11. For a long time I have disliked the small, unadjustable font Evernote uses for text on IOS. Not only is it hard coded so that the user has no control, the font size doesn't respond to Dynamic Type, Apple's system for accessibility. I have seen complaints over the years in this forum, but apparently Evernote has no interest in changing. Which puzzles me - simply bumping the font size would seem to be an easy change, and it is hard for me to imagine anyone would complain. Of course a more proper response would be to give the user some control over font size, or to at least follow the Dynamic Type guidelines. So I'm curious - are there people who think the font size used by Evernote is just fine the way it is, and would object to making it bigger, or allowing the user some control?
  12. Is that possible to add one more font size "15px" ? Because in chinese typeface, there are some sizes looks very clear and usually be used on web like 12px, 13px, 15px...(look the attach file) But there are only 14px and 18px sizes that closest to 15px can be selected in evernote web beta interface now.
  13. I am converting to a new Lenovo Windows 8.1 Ultrabook. The display of test is far too small for me read in the app. When I use the web interface, the text size is fine. It was also ok on either of y other 2 windows computers. Does anyone know how to correct this?
  14. I use Evernote Premium on a Windows PC, in Google Chrome, on iPad and Android cellphone. Most often I use the client version on my Windows PC for its speed and search capabilities. My Evernote database contains thousands of web clips. In recent iterations of the software, web clips mostly display in tiny, really miniscule text size occupying no more than one-quarter of the width of my widescreen monitor. Adjusting text size within the note is not really useful, as I can't expand the screen width of the clip or adjust the leading between lines of type. If I try to size-up, I wind-up with equally illegible, overlapping type confined in the clip's frame, the width of which I cannot adjust. I use Windows Magnifier as a kludge, but it's a 'follow the cursor' tool that requires constant repositioning. I use Evernote a LOT. I don't like having to make a couple dozen screen moves with Windows Magnifier to read a single note, especially when I may want to consult 10 or 20 notes on one visit to the Windows client. Adobe Acrobat has a drop-down menu always visible on screen that adjusts display by percentage. Google Chrome has the same feature in its drop-down Settings menu. I realize that Acrobat is managing display within its own software and format rules. Evernote is displaying imported HTML clips as well as the PDF that Acrobat displays. If that's a problem for Evernote developers, have they explored the type of slider control that is often used to instantly adjust display of, for example, JPGs in photo editing software, resizing the entire graphic object? Often the most legible version of a web clip that I ever see is the CLEARLY version in my Google Chrome web browser--because CLEARLY was purpose-built to be a LEGIBILITY tool as well as an upgrade to Evernote's older web clipper. It uses the full width of the screen, which the desktop Evernote client emphatically does not. A fast and easy means to adjust text for legibility would be a MAJOR enhancement of Evernote, IMHO. I confess that I find it really annoying to see note after note defaulting to a display that leaves the righthand 3/4 of screen empty--and the web clip almost illegibly small. Many news media have used advances in HTML and content management systems to make their content MUCH easier to view in the last year, eg, Guardian UK, NYTimes. I realize desktop client software is a different animal than web software--but 'responsive design' UI/UX principles are in fact very similar in terms of using screen real estate well. Thanks for your consideration.
  15. When I view notes on Evernote for the web, I can easily read my notes. Using the app, however, the size of the text and images in my notes is very small, maybe six point font, but it looks smaller. Some other features -- like the formatting toolbar -- is also very small. I prefer the app because of the tool bar features, of course. I am new to this. There must be an easy fix. Thank you.
  16. How do I increase the font size on Evernote for android?
  17. I'm disappointed to see that the latest version of Evernote that was just released (4.5.3.6131) still does not reimplement the change font size keyboard shortcuts. The User Guide (Note Editor section) says that Ctrl+Shift+> and Ctrl+Shift+< increase and decrease the font size. It also lists Ctrl+[ and Ctrl+] as alternative keyboard shortcuts. Unfortunately, neither set of shortcuts works. This is an issue I reported some months ago and was hoping would be fixed. Changing the font size is something I do all the time and it's tedious to constantly be switching from the keyboard to the mouse and back again. It would be great if we could get this simple feature reimplemented in the near future. Otherwise, thanks for a great product! David Salahi
  18. Please include options to increase the font size. Many of my older students have difficulty reading the text! Thanks!
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