>  1. Indentation of the first line of an element should be, when
>     applicable, relative to the /first line/ of the element before.
>     Therefore, in the following example
>         Some long paragraph
>       with multiple line
>       XAnother paragraph

It is almost surely something that you must have thought of. 

You seem to be using X as a special character. What if a paragraph starts with 
X? Would you want to use a double X? 

It does not seem very elegant to use X. Would it break ispell? Can we have a 
space between X and the actual first word of the paragraph (as we do with *s 
for headlines and -/+ for lists)? And could one use another character?


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