This is for subscribers?? I haven't subscribed. Is it for subscribers and moderators?
where are you doing the text formatting that goes away?
The removal of space between paragraphs is by design. We're trying to remove extraneous markup.
looks like it removes the strike tag in forums. .
Okay, I just needed to find some time to make some images to show you some proof about this alteration that I'm finding. This is on every wiki page that I edit, but this example can be found on the Hide profile.
In Edit Mode
These are probably too small for you to see the changes, so I added links directly to the images for full viewing. I want to draw your attention to the Creation section. In the first image. I italicized "Monthly Dragon Age", in that first paragraph; and in the second paragraph I italicized the titles "Streets of the Dead". Where it says "Section 23" I both bolded and linked that text. You can see these text manipulations in the first image.
The second image shows what happens after I save my changes. You'll notice that "Monthly Dragon Age" and the episode title "Streets of the Dead" are no longer italicized. "Section 23" is also no longer in bold. For some reason, the first time I wrote "Streets of the Dead" it remained italicized. Most of the text manipulation didn't carry over after saving.
I completely understand wanting to remove pointless breaks, but it's a common practice in writing to place on break in between paragraphs to emphasize a change in a scene. It's helpful when writing long and detailed synopsis of volumes or episodes. Otherwise it just becomes this long list of paragraph after paragraph.
Space Bar Bug
Another bug I've been finding has to do with my space bar. Sometimes when I'm dealing with a long page of text and I want to get to the bottom quickly without using any of the standard mouse or side bar scrolling. I'll tap or hold down my space bar. When this new text editor is active, the page wont scroll down when I tap the space bar. This also happens on news pages. It does work when I have the previous editor working.