Quote “>” bug report

Testing version:
Version 1.0 (615)
What were you doing:

this is not a quote
> This is quote. 
> * Can it handle bullets? YES!
> 	* And more bullets.
> 1. And numbered lists
> a. but not so well.
> 	2. 

What feature did you use:
Quoting, numbered lists and bulleted lists.

What happened:

  • Hitting “tab” before the “a. but not so well” indents the 1. line.
  • “2.” is indented under “1.”, but cannot be changed to “1.” by typing over – it reverts to “2.".

What did you expect to happen:

  • hitting “tab” should indent the current line, not the line above it.
  • changing the 2. to a 1. should “stick” because it’s a new numbered list, not a continuation of another. In fact, it should have been 1. to begin with upon indenting it.

Hello there,

thank you for the reporting, the “tab” is actually a bug that needs to be fixed.

The ordered list is not a bug, it’s a bit complicated to explain, but you can check your text here -> https://spec.commonmark.org/dingus/ and see that you can’t change the number to be 1 as it is still part of the list.


Hi team,

glad you aware of the tab bug.

as for numbering. Not sure you understood my bug report. it /is/ a bug.
It can be changed on the commonmark site.```

  1. item one
  2. item two (correctly renders as “1." since it’s indented from item one above)
  3. item three (correctly renders as 2.)
  • sublist
  • sublist