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  1. Indenting seems to be buggy when it comes to code blocks. Sometimes when I insert a code block, it will respect the current indent and will place correctly. However, the majority of the time it ignores the current indent and inserts itself at the left edge of the document. Furthermore, once a code block is already inserted, there seems to be no way to indent it. There is also no way to make an inline code block...
  2. Indenting seems to be buggy when it comes to code blocks. Sometimes when I insert a code block, it will respect the current indent and will place correctly. However, the majority of the time, it ignores the current indent and inserts itself at the left edge of the document. Furthermore, once a code block is already inserted, there seems to be no way to indent it. There is also no way to make an inline code block... Also, they always span the width of the entire page which is really unnecessary.
  3. Platform: Windows 10 If I make indents with the tab key or the 'increase indent' button and then try to place a code block or list (numbered or bullet), it will remove my indents and go all the way to the left of the page. With lists, I can fix this by pressing the increase indent button after the list is made, but for code blocks I cannot figure out a way to indent them. Also, is there any way to get code blocks to stop spanning the entire width of the page?
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