Table messed up when switching from Joplin

Operating system


Joplin version


Desktop version info

Joplin 2.13.13 (prod, linux)
ID client : b6de948c8aa24b5eb9471b3e2ec6cd59
Version de Synchro : 3
Version du profil : 44
Trousseau supporté : Non
Révision : c3cdeeb
Enhancement: 1.2.1
Journal: 1.1.2
Quick Links: 1.2.4
Resource Search Plugin: 0.1.2
Rich Markdown: 0.13.3
Search & Replace: 2.2.0
Templates: 2.4.0

What issue do you have?

I notice a strange behavior when I create tables.
In the composition area (editor panel), if I switch to another application (alt+tab) and come back to Joplin, the Markdown code is completely messed up.
Spaces are added everywhere in the columns, making the table difficult to read in this pane.
The rendering remains unchanged, but I only use it at the end of the writing process.
I don't know whether this is an evolution of Joplin, my way of doing things, or an extension.
In the meantime, I've adopted a workaround: I select a note without a table before bringing another application to the foreground.

It looks like it could be the Enhancement Plugin.

With that plugin if you accidentally press TAB rather than ALT+TAB it will automatically format the table.

It will automatically format your table code for alignment when navigation between cells with tab

Thank you @dpoulton!
I've unchecked some options in Enhancement Plugin, like Enable table formatter in editor, and other rendering options in the Editor.

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