**Edit: the difference in rendering still stands as an issue, which I'll open as a Github issue per the developer's request, but I did figure out a) some but not all of the needed CSS (e.g. margin-bottom for the p tag), and b) that I needed to save the CSS file after closing Joplin. I would still like to know what CSS is needed to make the space between two lines of text smaller. That remaining question may need a new thread.
I've been using the Markdown editor in Joplin because I like the line spacing there better than in the WSIWYG editor. However, I'd like to get the line spacing in the WSIWYG editor on par with the Markdown Editor so that I can comfortably use both. Is this a possibility, and if so, where do I set the relevant options?
I know there's a userstyle.css file but I don't know if it's applicable to the WSIWYG editor. I am only barely conversant in CSS, and the couple of mild changes I made in the userstyle.css file did not have any visible effect after restarting Joplin.
The issue is that in the WYSIWG editor, the difference in the amount of space between
a) two lines of text and
b) a line of text, a blank line, and another line of text,
is too small. Everything sortof runs together in a jumble.
Below are two screenshots of some text, first in the Markdown editor, and then in the WYSIWYG editor. Hopefully the much higher readability of the Markdown editor's rendering is immediately apparent.
I am 99.99% that that is a different issue, because I think I know the solution--I saw it in yet another thread--and that is to uncheck the option "Enable soft breaks" under Markdown in Joplin's options screen. This is an option that is off by default. I'll post an answer in your thread.