When I insert "preformatted" text mixed with "paragraph" text the editor inserts ">" (greater than) symbols on blank lines between the two formats. I can delete the symbols but they come back when I close the capsule.
I get this when I have edited a hub, not sure if you can get rid of them, would flow better if we could.
Thanks very much for reporting this. I'll take a look to see what's up.
Can you look at this also?
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