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I can find no way to return to normal paragraph text after a bulleted list. This despite the fact that pressing Return after the last line isn't producing a new bulleted line. No matter how many blank lines I add, pressing the bulleted-list button in the toolbar to deactivate it always removes the last bullet... which I want to keep.
Hi @Gavin Stokes . I can't see the issue you are seeing both cloud and server confluence platforms. Perhaps its particular version you have.
I viewed the video. I saw you are able to create a new line without a bullet point but it seems indented along with the other bullet points. See if you can use the outdent button.
Thanks for the reply. I don't know what was going on there. Eventually I tried Ctrl-Return to insert a hard return, and this produced another bulleted line. After that, all returns produced bulleted lines as expected, and I was able to cancel them with the toolbar control.
The editor behavior seems a little flaky. Later, I typed a hyphen and it applied strikethrough to the entire paragraph. Undo reversed that, and the next hyphen didn't do it. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Thanks for the update. Glad to hear that things return to normal but definitely not part of the design.
@Terry WrayYes, that works, but it's not a great solution:
The resulting JIRA tickets have weird spacings which makes them more difficult to read.
I've tried copying my weird looking content into another editor, reformatting there then pasting back in.
That does the trick: but is far from a "solution"
I'm still hoping there's a more intelligent way to lose the formatting of the previous line without adding vertical space.
Ctrl-Return unfortunately is not it - and outdent does not seem to be available on my JIRA (that might be a company thing)