​Hi~! this is what i got. Please see attached

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On Thu, 17 May 2018 at 14:48, David Timpe <dti...@gmail.com> wrote:

> This does not work for me.  Double space and single return leaves the
> markdown displaying as a single wrapped paragraph
>
>
>
> On Tuesday, May 15, 2018 at 10:18:34 PM UTC-4, devon wrote:
>>
>> Hi,
>>
>> If it is helpful, I have found that instead of having a blank line
>> between each line make the appearance of new line in Markdown viewing mode,
>> another way is to have TWO spaces at the end of the same line.  I found
>> that adding spaces at the end of line is much better and more visually
>> pleasing than leaving too many blank lines.  At the end, it is up to
>> individual preferences.
>>
>> I.e.  Instead of
>> ## This is title
>> 1) First line of notes.
>>
>> 2) Another line of notes
>>
>> You can have the same effect with TWO spaces at the end of the line
>> ## This is title
>> 1) First line of notes.
>> 2) Another line of notes
>>
>>
>> Hope this helps those that are using Markdown.
>>
>>
>>
>> On Wednesday, 16 May 2018 00:26:24 UTC+8, Stéph wrote:
>>>
>>> I asked Andrey to fix that layout discrepancy too. Unfortunately, the
>>> Markdown library he's using implements a flavour of Markdown which requires
>>> a blank line between each line (ie press <Enter> twice for this Markdown to
>>> interpret as a new paragraph). This is for everything except bullet lists,
>>> which don't need the blank line between each new entry.  Andrey did discuss
>>> this with the author of the Markdown library, but they won't be changing it.
>>>
>>> I agree it's annoying, as the point of Markdown is that the plain text
>>> and Markdown rendered versions should be laid out in the same format and
>>> should both be easy to read. However, I guess I can get used to adding the
>>> blank lines (even if they do waste a lot of space in the small Notes panel
>>> in MLO).
>>>
>>> Stéphane
>>>
>>> On Friday, 11 May 2018 02:28:26 UTC+1, Oleksii Liubarets wrote:
>>>>
>>>> Another very annoying behaviour is that in edit mode strings of code
>>>> are on different lines, but when I switch to view mode - it is being
>>>> linearized. Fix this.
>>>>
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