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Hi @ all,

I use Notion on iPad Pro and I love it but...
I know: changing fonts on Title and all by tapping on words then tapping on the boxed „A“, and using chooser.
This works not on lyrics. I want to change the font separately from the notes.
I‘m typesetting scores for a choir of elder peopele and I want to use a better readable and bolder font. On iPad Pro it‘s Baskerville where the lines are much to thin...getting this bold(er) would help a little but not really...

Hoping for help!
Robert
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by christopherrussell on Tue Nov 20, 2018 7:34 pm
For some things, it is beneficial to have the desktop version as well. You can do a lot of the work on your iPad and open the file on your Mac later for final editing. i think changes persist when you move back to iOS

  • 2018 MacBook Pro i5, 2.3GHZ, 16GB RAM
  • 12.9" iPad Pro 2, 256GB, Apple Pencil
  • iPhone 8 Plus
Music Education (usually Choir, licensed in Band/General Music/Orchestra), Technology in Music Education, Arranging, Tuba, Tenor, Ukulele
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by akshaykhanna on Wed Feb 06, 2019 8:50 am
robertdusemund wroteHi @ all,

I use Notion on iPad Pro and I love it but...
I know: changing fonts on Title and all by tapping on words then tapping on the boxed „A“, and using chooser.
This works not on lyrics. I want to change the font separately from the notes.
I‘m typesetting scores for a choir of elder peopele and I want to use a better readable and bolder font. On iPad Pro it‘s Baskerville where the lines are much to thin...getting this bold(er) would help a little but not really...

Hoping for help!
Robert

Hello forum admin I'm facing same problem please help me!!!
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by consuelofghj on Mon Feb 18, 2019 12:59 am
Yes, I also think the same. You are right!
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