Callout padding breaks with tables

Steps to reproduce

I created a table within a callout like this…

>[!example] Example
>|Command 1|Description 1|
>|Command 2|Description 2|

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Expected result

Actual result


Obsidian version: v1.4.16
Installer version: v1.4.13
Operating system: Windows 10 Home 10.0.22621
Login status: logged in
Catalyst license: none
Insider build toggle: off
Live preview: on
Legacy editor: off
Base theme: dark
Community theme: Minimal v7.2.1
Snippets enabled: 0
Restricted mode: off
Plugins installed: 36
Plugins enabled: 34
1: Advanced Tables v0.19.1
2: Colored Tags v3.0.1
3: Contextual Typography v2.2.5
4: Consistent Attachments and Links v1.0.9
5: Copy Block Link v1.0.4
6: Dynamic Table of Contents v0.0.27
7: Folder Note v0.7.3
8: Footnote Shortcut v0.1.3
9: Heading Level Indent v1.0.3
10: Highlightr v1.2.2
11: Number Headings v1.16.0
12: Outliner v4.8.0
13: QuickShare v1.3.1
14: Scroll to Top Plugin v2.1.2
15: Smart Typography v1.0.18
16: Style Settings v1.0.7
17: Tag Wrangler v0.6.1
18: Tasks v4.9.0
19: Tidy Footnotes v0.1.1
20: Obsidian42 - BRAT v0.7.0
21: Finnish Spellcheck v1.1.2
22: Query Control v0.6.0
23: Dataview v0.5.59
24: Waypoint v1.4.0
25: Text expand v0.11.4
26: Calendar v1.5.10
27: Code Files v1.1.5
28: Obsidian Math+ v0.5.1
29: File Hider v1.1.1
30: Stille v1.3.3
31: Linter v1.20.0
32: Execute Code v1.8.1
33: Excalidraw v1.9.20
34: Editor Syntax Highlight v0.1.3

This callout looks custom and is the design choice of Minimal.

From my view, there’s a clear distinction between the title and the content.

Sidenote, the more compact a text, the less its readability. Saving space has not just advantages