If you need a solution immediately, you can scrub the entire edit history for that post. Delete the key post:<pid>:diffs and all keys that start with diff:<pid>
e.g. redis-cli keys diff:123.* | xargs redis-cli DEL
Hmm. Isn't this an option in the markdown plugin?
@a_5mith Yeah, but doesn't work for me.
@a_5mith You mean
breaks? This allows you to
Otherwise the newlines would be collapsed, like HTML
To be honest, I can't imagine many scenarios where you'd require multiple line breaks, but the best way to accomplish this is with code blocks, either four-space indented:
like so, test
or with code fences (wrap the lines with
You can add a line break by adding two spaces to the end of any line.
@pitaj but that doesn't allow you to add more than one clean line between two texts
@limker Markdown is designed to make non-standard layouts difficult to accomplish
I'd advise to use better categorization by titles of different depths or horizontal rows (if there's a huge context-difference and no titles are given).
Title of depth
### My title
@limker You can install nodebb-plugin-colors then add white colored points, as many as you want
markdown should allow use of HTML, that's why there's not a "markdown way".
You can't really add more than one newline... I'm sorry to tell you this!
Really, you can't.
@Fez-Vrasta Markdown does allow you to use HTML.
Except when you're talking about forums where users can post whatever they want, you must enable HTML sanitization or people will get up to all sorts of shenanigans
The option is there if you want to disable HTML sanitization, but then all bets are off.
@julian sorry I meant that Markdown does do support HTML, except here.
By the way just write
to add a blank new line.
one two three
Edit: Neat! A bit hard to teach people that, though
Time to replace \n with
I can do this by using a \ on a line.