Not an earth-shattering problem by any stretch of the imagination. I just wondered if this was something that may ever change or be corrected (assuming that Joplin is not rendering the multimarkdown table correctly).
I would also like to thank the Joplin team for adding this plugin because (for me at least) it has made a HUGE differnce to the versatility of Joplin.
Noted that the plugin might behave differently from MultiMarkdown in some edge cases; since the plugin aims just to follow the rules in MultiMarkdown User’s Guide.
It seems caption is not supported. But you could open a feature request with the module.
Edit: table captions are supported. I missed it. Now we have to find out if this is a problem with the module or Joplin. Sinve we only use the module, I reckon the former.
Can you open a bug report with them?
Thanks for looking into that so quickly. As I said, it was not a great problem but may have annoyed those who were wanting to keep more "scientific" style notes in Joplin. The userstyle.css workaround is good enough for me but of course printing the note will put it back on top.
Admittedly @laurent has stated in the past that a printstyle.css may possibly be an option in the future.
I suppose it would depend on whether implementing printstyle.css would create more support problems than it solves.
Anyway, thanks again and I think it is about time I sent in another donation to the project.