[MlMt] Markdown confusion with line breaks between paragraphs
fheidenreich at gmail.com
Thu Nov 18 08:10:04 EST 2021
That's interesting. I have "Inline CSS (with Premailer)" selected at
*Preferences → Composer*. The other option is "Scoped Stylesheet".
Can you share how you've made the "Inline CSS (Juice)" option available
On 18 Nov 2021, at 13:40, Eric Sharakan wrote:
> Benny and I have been working together to try to figure this one out.
> What ended up fixing it for me was switching to the "Inline CSS
> (Juice)" option as the Embedding Method in the Composer preferences
> pane (after we struggled to figure out why I couldn't see that option
> for a while). I previously was using "Inline CSS (with Premailer)".
> On 18 Nov 2021, at 3:37, Florian Heidenreich wrote:
>> I've noticed this too and the only way to circumvent this and go back
>> into normal editing mode is to remove the last newline after the
>> quoted text.
>> By that, quoted text that appeared with a gray background changes
>> into text with normal background but blue text font.
>> Kind regards
>> — Florian
>> On 16 Nov 2021, at 20:54, Eric Sharakan wrote:
>>> [Running r5846 on macOS 11.6.1]
>>> Hi Benny, I know others have mentioned this, but it's become quite
>>> frustrating to me that sometimes I need to enter two consecutive
>>> newlines when composing with Markdown to get a visible line break
>>> between paragraphs. For me, it only seems to happen when replying
>>> to some specific emails, so I suspect it's related to the
>>> content/format in those emails.
>>> I also seem to have found an even more pathological symptom: in one
>>> specific case, no amount of consecutive newlines puts a line break
>>> between paragraphs. In this one case, it seems to happen when
>>> there's text between triple backticks in my reply. I'll send
>>> details (including the full email I'm trying to compose) to Benny
>>> Any chance this can be looked into?
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