[TxMt] Problem converting markdown pre-blocks with accented characters

Bert Fitié bert at analytag.com
Mon Oct 9 20:15:00 UTC 2006

Thanks for the "one tab, four spaces" tip; I didn't know this. The  
problem, however, remains:

Before conversion:

<tab> Fitié <tab> NextWord
<tab> Fitie <tab> NextWord

After conversion:

Fitié <space> <space> NextWord
Fitie <space> <space> <space> NextWord

and I'm losing one space in the first line when I use my name in the  
accented version; in the second line using my name in the non- 
accented version I don't lose anything.

On Oct 9, 2006, at 8:40 PM, Allan Odgaard wrote:

> On 9. Oct 2006, at 20:15, Bert Fitié wrote:
>> I'm using the "standard" Convert Document to HTML -- Markdown  
>> command (CTRL SHIFT H)
> Ah okay, well, that’s because Markdown itself does a simple “tabs  
> to spaces” before processing your file.
> You should not explicitly wrap your pre-formatted text in <pre>,  
> instead indent it by one tab or four spaces. This will make it  
> appear as-is (raw) in the resulting HTML.
> Generally you should not use HTML tags in Markdown documents.
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