I apologize for the confusion earlier. Now, I will restate the issue following the template.
Steps to reproduce
- Use an ordered list.
- Modify the numbering of the ordered list.
- Enable the reading mode.
Yes, I have tried the above steps in sandbox mode and the issue still persists.
After modifying the numbering of the ordered list, the indentation format is still displayed correctly in reading mode
After modifying the numbering of the ordered list, there is a formatting error in reading mode, and the indentation is incorrect.
Obsidian version: v1.3.5
Installer version: v1.3.5
Operating system: Windows 10 Pro 10.0.22621
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Live preview: on
Legacy editor: off
Base theme: dark
Community theme: Minimal v7.0.7
Snippets enabled: 0
Restricted mode: off
Plugins installed: 11
Plugins enabled: 9
1: File Explorer Note Count v1.2.1
2: Advanced URI v1.36.4
3: URL Namer v1.0.1
4: HTML Reader v1.0.10
5: Dataview v0.5.56
6: Advanced Tables v0.19.0
7: Calendar v1.5.10
8: Recent Files v1.3.6
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Ordered list has BUG
The following is edit mode
The following is the reading mode
I need to use it to modify the serial number.
But as soon as I modified the serial number, it cannot be displayed normally in the reading mode
This is indeed unfortunate. Is there any plugin that can solve this issue?
Why does it display correctly within code blocks?
This is very strange.
Codeblocks aren’t parsed that’s why they remain the same. What you see is the correct behavior according to the commonmark spec. There’s no plugin to change that I know of.
Thank you for your response. I now have a general understanding of the situation. According to the Markdown specification, it does not support modifying the numbering of ordered lists, which is why in the Obsidian reader, I am unable to see the indented format as it was during writing.
It would be great if the reader could support maintaining the indented format, but unfortunately, it is currently not supported.
So, here’s what I can do now:
- Try to contact the creators of the Markdown specification and see if they can enhance the specification to support modifying the numbering.
- Attempt to reach out to the creators of the plugins and see if they can provide technical support to display the “maintain indentation” feature in the reader.
- Learn new knowledge to solve this problem.
Regarding acquiring new knowledge, could you provide some general directions? For example, if I want to create related plugins, what areas of knowledge should I focus on?