Once you’ve done the above, delete everything above this line.
Steps to reproduce
Two different ways:
Indent a line with multiple tabs.
Indent an item in a list so it has two or more extra levels of indentation compared with the previous line.
The tab sizes and indentation should match the “Tab indent size” setting, so they line up with indentation in lists.
The width of the tabs shrinks, and they don’t align properly. They don’t follow the “Tab indent size” setting.
- Operating system: Windows 11 Pro
- Debug info:
Obsidian version: v1.1.9
Installer version: v1.1.9
Operating system: Windows 10 Pro 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: none
Snippets enabled: 0
Restricted mode: on
Screenshot showing the problem:
This markdown reproduces it:
Untitled 9.md (62 Bytes)
This screenshot, done with spaces, is what I would expect:
Indenting a line that’s not in a list marks it as a code block — note that unlike the rest of the text, it’s in a monospace font. (That doesn’t necessarily disqualify this as a bug, but FYI.)
Additionally, in the first screenshot you can see that there’s a code block at the top showing the too-small tab width. The “four tabs” line at the bottom is not a code block, and it has the same problem. It doesn’t seem to be directly related to code blocks.
Here’s another screenshot with a code block that also shows another problem: the indentation markers of the different “five tabs” lines are misaligned with each other. The one under the list looks like it starts centred with the first bullet point, the one outside of the list looks like it starts right at the left margin.
the first and last line is rendering with a different font and hence different spacing (it’s parsed as a codeblock)
if you want uniformity, use a monospaced font everywhere.
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