I’m submitting a…
- [x] Regression (a behavior that stopped working in a new release)
In the new editor I’ve noticed it seems to like to hide my line breaks between paragraphs.
For example, when editing I see this…
But if I save, then re-load the editor, it looks like this:
I’ll probably just switch back to the old editor for now, but is this something that is likely to be tweaked?
I should add, this is a Markdown field.
Thx. I will fix it today.
It is fixed but you might need a hard refresh to reload the editor.
Thanks, can confirm it is fixed
I just wonder if it is fixed properly.
Let me explain:
If you create a normal new line in the text editor, it creates a new paragraph, e.g.
This would be 2 paragraphs in prosemirror. The problem was that the paragraphs have no margin-bottom, so it was really difficult to understand that. So you have used a new line, because you are used to markdown, but this is leaking the markdown syntax into the editor. So the correct behavior would be to just fix the styling.
I think I see what you’re saying.
So long as the line breaks look “right” in the editor (there’s a nice gap between lines) I think that would be fine.
I definitely have a lot of learned behaviour/habits from editing the markdown.
Sorry to hijack this ticket, but one thing I’ve found using cloud-hosted Squidex, is if I try to revert to the old markdown editor using this link:
I don’t seem to be able to use the “add content” button, to embed references to other items.
My workaround is to manually locate the content item and manually reference it, but I wonder if there’s any way to use the old editor and still be able to add content that way?
It should work, perhaps it is a bug…I will have a look.
Solved and deployed, including the problem with the old markdown editor.
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