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When I select a text and hit Command+Shift M, It format the whole line instead of the selected text.

Example:

This is a code

expected: This is a code

What I have: This is a code

  • Happens to me too, I think that is expected behavior. EG it's working how Apple wants it to work – Steve Chambers Nov 17 '20 at 14:12
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I guess you can't change it. MonoSpace falls under Paragraph Style in Notes and it implies for whole sentence or paragraph.

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You are changing paragraph style. If I understood correctly you probably look for ways to change font instead. After you have selected text hit ⌘ + T (will take to Fonts -> Show Fonts) select desired font and it will be applied to selected text only.

  • ⌘ + T is very close to what I want but I want just a monospaced font. Of course I can chose a monospaced font from that list that pop up but if you sync to let's say an iOS it shows a completely different font. – Asme Just Nov 17 '20 at 17:36
  • For syncing between Notes in macOS and iOS following approach could be used: format paragraph as Monospace with ⌘ + ↑ + M; after that choose and change font of part(s) needed to be changed to non-monospace. – Aivar Paalberg Nov 17 '20 at 20:42

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