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Feature request - I'd love to see some kind of feature similar to InDesign's Paragraph and Character style functionality. I understand this might not be really considered as a good feature for Evernote in order to avoid feature bloating (too many features, leading to poor UX/UI), but in case isn't hasn't been considered, here it is! I was just writing out my notes for a speech, and I've been highlighting all the quotes from others I'm using in red, and at the end I wished I had done it in a different color, so now I have to go through one-by-one and change the colors. With Character styling, I could just change it in one place.
I am pasting some plain text from Windows Notepad application into an Evernote Note, and it is going off the right end of the page, as if I have a page width setting that is too wide. If I type in text by hand, it neatly tucks to the next line on the left aligned column as soon as I type to the end of the right edge of the Note. Something has broken the ability of this Note to automatically format the text, and it is acting as if the page width is twice the display area. Is there any setting that controls paragraph width? How can I enable auto-formatting of paragraph text so I don't need to manually set any page width? I already tried to "Remove All Formatting" and this changes nothing except font.
Most applications reguards Enters as "paragraph" and creates a <p> tag on pressing it, while Evernote Windows creates <div> tags when Enter is pressed. This feature seems to make Enter create a "change line", to match the custom of Office users. However the feature can sometimes cause annoying issues once the user isn't aware that it is <div> instead of <br> being created. And it would make the content created by Evernote hard to transport to other HTML-based editors since the HTML is not "beautiful". I think it would be better if Enter simply creates <p> -- so the user will be awared about the difference between Enter and Shift+Enter. If the "change line by Enter" feature is important, adding a config for Enters to create <br> may be more preferable.