First just a note, this is the ML for the Asciidoc Python
implementation, the Asciidoctor queries should go to the places listed
Also it sounds to me like you are using some tool other than straight
Asciidoctor since you have a preview. Since that tool and the Docbook
toolchains process Asciidoc differently its not likely that they will
have the same exact line breaks.
I know some Asciidoctor experts also monitor this list so maybe they
can give more specific suggestions, but usually line breaks are
controlled by the toolchains.
On 17 April 2018 at 08:59, Maureen Forys <maureen.fo...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am trying to figure out where the control for line breaks is when
> converting from AsciiDoctor to docbook. I have spent a while trying to find
> it and can't.
> All I want to do is not have hard returns output as shown in the preview
> pane when I do a straight conversion to docbook.
> Can someone help? Or at least explain where this is controlled?
> Thanks in advance,
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