Bullet point/number with more then one paragraph

In my texts it happens more often that I have bullet points or numbered lists, where a bullet point/number has several paragraphs. In other Markdown renderers you can add more paragraphs to the bullet/number by adding three spaces at the beginning. Unfortunately, this only works halfway in Joplins Markdown view. So the paragraph is correctly provided with the css class cm-variable-2, but the text is no longer indented after a line break.

Example:

How can I make it so that everything is indented?

hi @touly
It works with two <br /> inserted between the paragraph, like this
Donec nec est elementum, euismod nulla in, mollis nunc.<br /><br /> Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit.

Donec nec est elementum, euismod nulla in, mollis nunc.

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit.

Does not work here:

Not even if all plugins are disabled and without userchrome.css

Wouldn't look nice with the HTML tags between the paragraphs either. And also the need to do them every time is not a good solution.

The problem is also that I can't get to the parent PRE node via CSS to be able to change it. There are unfortunately far too few classes or other identifiers used in Joplin's DOM.

Hi,
Sorry, I think I misunderstood your request, which you seem to want to apply to Markdown text. What I had proposed is for the text in the final rendering.
There might be a Markdown extension in the Plugins list that would be suitable.

Thank you. I will try that.