Use case or problem
Readability would benefit greatly from being able to skin paragraphs independently, such as being able to use
text-indent, on the first line. This is documented here: Indent the first line in each paragraph in preview mode but cannot be solved at the moment, why is why I’m making it a feature request.
Currently Obsidian only renders paragraphs with
p tags when there is a strict markdown line break (two spaces or a blank line). In edit mode, you can skin distinct paragraphs with no strict Markdown line breaks, allowing for greater versatility in writing, and using blank lines for other purposes such as bigger semantic breaks. However this does not translate to preview. Even if you don’t use strict line breaks, paragraphs are rendered as one single
p block interspersed with
<br> breaks, instead of being different semantic paragraphs.
Here I’m using
text-indent in source mode, it works fine
This however does not translate to preview, despite having a carriage return denoting, supposedly, a new paragraph
Would it be possible to make it so that paragraphs that are only separated by one carriage return (not using strict Markdown line breaks) are identified by their own distinct