Brett on 11 Apr, 2016 06:41 PM
I'm going to assume you're using 2 spaces to indent nested list items. This may cause incompatibility with various processors (though it technically should work fine with most Marked/GFM configurations). If you use 4 spaces or a tab, it will guarantee compatibility across all markdown processors.
Both of these files display as flat lists in Marked 2. One uses 4 spaces for tabs and the other uses tabs for tabs. I sure could be doing something stupid but it looks like it's back on Marked 2 to me.
From: Mike Woods
Sent: Monday, April 11, 2016 11:50 AM
Subject: Re: multi level lists are flatened in Marked 2 [Problems]
I'm using tabs but you're correct. Atom is replacing the tab with 2 spaces. I'll search their settings and/or take it up with them.
Thanks Brett. With a bit of tinkering, the CommonMark processor is now happily outputting in Marked, and lists render as lists even when not preceded by a blank line.
However, Marked is now no longer rendering line-breaks between paragraphs. I've attached a screenshot, with Ulysses on the right, and the Marked output on the left. The issue occurs with all Marked themes, but resolves itself if I go back to the default Marked processor.
Is there a setting for this somewhere in Marked which I've missed?