When you put text before quote it works. But when you put text after quote it doesn’t work (added redundant blue border in line where no quote).
You can reproduce:
Line with text (before quote)
> Line with quote (after text)
> Line with quote (before text)
Line with text (after quote)
I know new lines in markdown aren’t always new lines (for example you have tu put empty line). But in Obsidian markdown new lines are new lines. So I expect that new line without quote character have no border.
I guess I can fix it myself with custom CSS. But I think it’s core feature so I report this.
There are various flavors of markdown, where Obsidian is built upon the CommonMark variant. See link below. I can’t find a direct reference to what the markdownguide.com uses as its main flavor, but I see some references indicating it’s not CommonMark.
Is one better than the other? Hard to tell, and not really relevant, as the choice has already been made. And even in the link above the developers state that they’re not locked to it completely, and have added stuff from the github flavor of markdown.
I’m not saying it’s wrong, I’m just trying to say that looking at commonmark guides might be more precise, at the cost of the user friendliness of markdownguide.com . Reading the specifications of commonmark is not for the faint of heart…