I agree, it’s annoying it’s not included there as a way to have everyone on the same page.
My point was rather that, specifically after a heading, adding a line-space for a table is unintuitive and ugly due to it being common practice not to do so and having extra margin-bottom to push content away from the heading.
Not to make a great thing about it, but to me it’s unintuitive not to have space after a heading, no matter whether it’s a table or other blocks, and I think having stuff very close to the heading looks ugly.
A heading deserves its space.
My point here is not to disagree with you, but rather to showcase that it’s in no way given what’s common/intuitive on this matter, as that’s usually often related to personal preferences. I could easily argue both sides related to various point of views, but personally I’m agreeing with this change and understand the reasoning behind it.
ah, I had just deleted several pages and stopped working on Obsidian cause I thought most Tables were broken… I didn’t realize it was an intentional change.
Will be fixed in v1.3.6. Tables will work right after headings. This is change is for headings only, to align reader and editor.
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