But I don't really know where its located on my disk. And I can't seem to really access it from the game, but don't worry I'll keep trying. ANd its not in its program files and normally it should be documents but I can't recognize or find it, but ill keep trying.
There was no need to create a talk page there just to notify that, always use message walls. Creating talk pages for nothing or with no relevancy to the article may be ruled as an act of spam, so be careful next time.
I have found out the reason why the unintentional spacing on articles keeps happening now. Turns out you're opening the visual editor first before heading to the source editor, because of that, the issues from the former are carried over to the latter. You need to set the source editor as your default editor when editing articles. Head to My Preferences > Editing > Editing experience > Preferred editor > Source editor > Save.
If you switched to the source editor as your default editor long ago, how come those spaces keep appearing? None of the editors who also have the source editor set experience this issue and it usually happens with new editors. The default visual editor and the visual view from the classic editor are pretty much the same thing, I tested both and both left those spaces, though only the former carried over the spaces to the source editor, that's why I asked you that.
There's an issue that is as bad as the nowiki codes the visual editor leaves on some templates and that's the unintentional spacing between the top templates (Italic title, About, Infobox character fighter) found on fighter pages when saving edits and you're frequently leaving that spacing. I don't really know the cause of this but I need you to carefully check your edits before saving so this doesn't keep happening.
Your editions don't carry very good grammar, particularly, you lack proper word capitalization (ex. you continuously write "SSF2" as "ssf2" or "Peach" as "peach", to name a few). Please, improve your grammar, take your time to check your editions before saving, bad grammar can be regarded as spam and that's prone to get you blocked. Moreover, if your blog entries lack good grammar, I'll be in the need of deleting them.