Markdown from Ulysses Rendered Improperly
I have a document that I wrote in Ulysses that has a single carriage return at the end of a paragraph. But when I export it to a docx from Marked 2 the single carriage return gets rendered as a line break, not as a paragraph mark. I think this is incorrect. I should only need one carriage return at the end of each paragraph.
- Error_Example.md 201 Bytes
- Error_Example.docx 3.66 KB
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1 Posted by ray on 15 Nov, 2020 07:19 PM
This work was all done in a Ulysses external folder in Markdown (not Markdown XL)
Support Staff 2 Posted by Brett on 15 Nov, 2020 08:17 PM
In standard Markdown a single line break is ignored, and consecutive lines are joined together. If you enable "preserve line breaks", a single line newline creates a line break. In neither case dies a single newline create a paragraph.
That said, DOCX export in Marked is a bit quirky, especially compared to Ulysses export.
3 Posted by ray on 15 Nov, 2020 08:22 PM
Huh. I didn’t know that. Thanks!