Add Default Fonts To Notes In OS X Mountain Lion [Video How-To]

Add Default Fonts To Notes In OS X Mountain Lion [Video How-To]

Nice try, Marker Felt.

If you’re a fan of the new Notes app in OS X Mountain Lion as I am, you’re probably annoyed by the sparse list of three default fonts included with the app, just like in iOS. Sure, you can choose a different, note-specific font with a little work, but until now, there’s been no easy way to set a good default font for all of your notes.

Thanks to the easy little workaround I’ll show you in this video, you’ll finally be able to ditch Marker Felt once and for all, and choose the font of your choice within Notes.

Add Default Fonts To Notes In OS X Mountain Lion [Video How-To]

  • George Burroughs

    THANKS!

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