I think a simple fix would be adding some margin to `<p>` elements and reducing the line spacing. Personally I'd quite like to see it match the spacing in posts; I think it looks quite nice, there.
i'm not sure what you mean, this is definitely still an issue:
using a `<br/>` tag has the same effect.
Right, that's what I'm talking about. If you look at the HTML source you'll see there are two adjacent `<p>` tags, which is the Markdown being rendered correctly. But the CSS means that they stay adjacent, instead of being a bit spread apart like they are in posts (or on this board). I thought you meant that you couldn't have *any line breaks at all*, like they were all collapsed to spaces, so
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My main page's description uses multiple line breaks to achieve the formatting I wish to have. Unfortunately, to get this formatting, I've had to resort to using special characters, since we're apparently not allowed to use more than 1 line break in a row.
(I've also tried forcing it with <br/> tags. those don't seem to work either.)
I think it'd be very nice to have the ability to use actual consecutive line breaks. :) If there's concern about someone making huge profile descriptions, it could probably just be limited to like 3 or 4 in a row or something. at least enough to make the kind of formatting i'm using here
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