Panda Version 1.0 (3146)
What were you doing:
I was editing a note. I was trying to write down a quote (not using quote markdown, but just with quotation marks), and then on the next line I wanted to attribute it to someone by typing “–”.
What feature did you use:
Panda note editor
When I went to the next line after my quote and typed “--”, it turned into a line seperator and made the quote a header. (This feels so obtrusive and I don’t like it BUT I read the other posts saying that’s just how markdown works now so .
THEN, after the line seperator appeared, I pressed space and typed my quote attribution, like so: “-- quote attribution” (minus the quotes - i just put them there because otherwise the forum turns it into an em dash - ironically that’s what I was expecting!)
What did you expect to happen:
I was expecting panda to turn “-- quote attribution” automatically into “– quote attribution” (or “— quote attribution” ? em dashes and en dashes are confusing), but it left it as “--”.
This is inconsistent behavior because when I type my quote, press enter, then type “--”, then the line seperator/heading stuff appears, then I immediately type “quote attribution” without pressing space, in that case “--” DOES "turn into “–”!
(Again imagine all the above text without any actual quotation marks.)
That was confusing so here is a gif:
I wish “--” would turn into “–” even when there’s text above and I press space (case #2 in the gif), just like cases #3 and #4.
(I also with that the setext seperator thingy wouldn’t even kick in until I type 3 hyphens “---” but maybe then that’s violating markdown stuff?)