Testing version: 2.0
What were you doing: Putting in text to a quote field.
What feature did you use: The > key for a quote
What happened: If you use a " as the first character, it is backwards. Compared to if you use it later.
What did you expect to happen: The quote to be the right direction.
Example (see correct direction on the right side before
I second this. Was going to post but saw you’ve already got it. Thanks.
I suspect this has something todo with smart quote substitutions more than
>. If you disable the smart quotes in
Edit > Substitutions you get the same problem?
@trix180 In short yes. If I turn off Smart Quotes, it goes back to straight, vertical quotes instead of the hooked ones. However, if I go into textedit, here’s what I find:
So I’m guessing in Bear, with the new changes to hide the markdown modifiers, it’s butting up against a
> character. If I add a space in bear between the quote bar and the quote, it doesn’t flip.
However, if I type the text with the quote first, THEN convert it to a quote by going back to the beginning of the line, it renders correctly:
Let me know if you need anything else but I hope this is enough to explain it.
For what it’s worth, I was just about to report this for bullets too. If I create a bullet and then add a smart quote, you get a reversed quote than what I’d expect.
Just noticed this in the note title.