• Byll
    Byll closed this thread because:
    Going a bit off topic, so I'm closing this.
    22:04, June 24, 2020

    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.

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    • I've already set source editor as my default a long time ago and till you find out the real reason, I'll keep trying to avoid them before saving my edits

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    • And by visual editor do you mean the visual part of classic editor.

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    • 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.

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    • Okay if that was the case. I actually set classic as my default. Do not worry though I have truly set source editor some time ago. "Well See Ya"

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    • I don't know if you're really telling me the truth you set the source editor some time ago considering you were still leaving those spaces on articles two days ago but whatever.

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