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What I find irritating is the fact that the text that I set to a monospace font in my notes on a Mac appear with a serif font on my iOS devices. This is also the case with a 'code-block' which is even more irritating. My Android device shows the monospace font as it should be. Would it be too difficult to implement this in the iOS app?
Hi all I spend now 15+ hours experimenting and reading about the monospace-issue. I'm aware that EN isn't a text editor like Word nor a layout program like InDesign. But it want to be more than Notepad++ regarding fonts, isn't it. That said, it really should be possible to have any serif, sans and monospace font sync correctly over all platforms. I do see the point of device optimized fonts for readability and I don't care about Times, Bookman, Arial, Verdana, Courier or Segoe or what ever. BUT: Titels are Sans, Content is Serif, Code is Monospace. This was and will be, isn't it! After my last experiment -- installing Droid Sans, Droid Sans Mono and Droid Serif on Windows -- I really expected the Android EN App to recognize the monospace font, as it shows correctly in ENML: <div> <span style="font-family: Droid Sans Mono;"> Der blaue Fuchs rennt mit dem Hammer durch die Strassen. Ol 01 </span></div>This doesn't work after all, and I'm a bit p***ed off by now. I'm a plus user since a few weeks and can't belive this issue is not solved after 4 years or so. I guess it really is time now to transform some caffein into serifes and monospace. Managing font-families serif, sans, mono across Platforms in html can't be this hard. If yes, please be as simple as Notepad++ and get rid of the non-working "features"! I can live with spacing issues between <p> and <br /> (isn't without any doubt ever), but font-families should work as in every browser, even IE. Probably someone got some new ideas/aproaches? I need monospace font for song sheets, aligning text and chords. I got tired of 1000 files in Dropbox; Google Docs because it's an overkill for my use, marking every single file and audio sample for offline use is a pain. Speaking of that, I noticed that if I do an EN sync on Android tablet it doesn't sync really? If I go offline and want to show the (on PC) edited note and play the new Audio attachement, it sais: no connection to server. Is that a "feature" too that EN Android gets only the information about a new version and new atachements but not the new data itself? Or is that the other meaning of sync?I really hope we can solve this somehow. It's like a race car without rev counter or something. And I like this race car, it fits my needs perfectly! Thank you for any information.