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How do you take notes on code snippets and or command line sequences in Evernote (Mac or PC)? Is there a way to have code blocks like the 'Code Sample' buttons here:

example

Any way to have colored syntax highlighting?

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This link has exactly what you're looking for

http://www.thoughtasylum.com/blog/2010/6/7/colour-code-notes-in-evernote.html

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This link explains how to add a colored background to notes. Really doesn't have anything to do with syntax highlighting. – Jeff Swensen Mar 1 '11 at 18:13
    
At the moment, this post is essentially only a link. To make sure the answer remains useful even if the link breaks, please edit it to include the relevant information. (Your answer was discovered in an effort to repair or remove old link-only answers.) – Ben N Jan 30 at 16:26

Sniptastic is like pastebin which syncs with evernote.

Other than that, closest I cound find was this... http://chrisshattuck.com/blog/adding-syntax-highlighting-code-snippets-evernote

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