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I rarely get things right the first time i post something, either a new thread, or a reply. So, i end up editing the post one or more times. Bringing the post back into edit mode throws away all blank lines and newlines that i entered in originally, and makes the entire post one paragraph. For clarity, i want newlines and blank lines, so i end up putting them back in manually every time i edit the post. Any way to avoid this slight annoyance?
I'm using Konqueror, all Mepis defaults. This doesn't seem to be a browser problem. Also, i don't think this was occurring before the recent LQ upgrade. Did some looking around...is this thread related?: http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...d.php?t=403181
btw, the original post had a newline before the word 'Also' above. This is what i'm referring to.
What OS and browser are you using? This problem doesn't appear to be server-side, because titanium and I were both able to edit our posts without any problems. Have you tried the usual browser fixes such as clearing cache/cookies, trying multiple browsers, etc?
No, I have been using 3.5.0 the entire time. 3.5.1 is out now, but I have not yet upgraded.
As I say, I had the exact same symptoms as dogpatch mentioned, but it started working as it should about a week ago?!?