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    12 comments  ·  OneNote for iPad & iPhone  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Thank you everyone for the feedback so far, we really do appreciate it. We wanted to understand this a little better.

    Could we please share some additional comments of things we were trying that it would have helped to have such a setting or toggle?

    Additionally, we did want to share that on iPad if you go to “View” > “Switch Background”, you will be able to make the canvas/page be in light mode. On iPhone, if you’re on a page at the top right, tap on the “…” menu > “Switch Background”.

    Looking forward to hearing back, thank you!

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    Michal commented  · 

    I had to switch whole interface of iPad to light mode as I do not like dark mode at Onenote and there is no way to switch it to standard colors inside app.

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    43 comments  ·  OneNote for Windows  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    OneNote 2016

    (1) Language detection before typing: OneNote 2016 doesn’t have a language detection feature at this point. It marks text with language information based on the current keyboard layout. If you are typing with US-English keyboard, the text will be marked with English automatically. If you want to type in a different language, then you can install additional keyboard layouts in Windows and switch to that keyboard layout before typing. So if you switch to a German keyboard layout, it will automatically mark the text with German and spell checker will use German language for that part of the text. This is the simplest way to get the proofing language you want.

    (2) Language detection after typing: Users can select and switch the language for part of a text through Review > Language > Set Proofing Language if they want to do it after they typed it. The language…

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