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Preformatted text does not respect newlines

  1. You can see an example here:

    http://pabloecheniquerobba.com/2013/01/29/phd-thesis-latex-template/

    The blog I need help with is pabloecheniquerobba.com.

  2. Checking into it now. Thanks for reporting the issues!

  3. OK, I noticed you were changing things. :)

    At one point, the wiggling of the main title stopped, and also "strong" html tags stopped working, i.e., stopped producing bold face.

    Thank you very much and best wishes from Spain.

  4. I am fixing this issue right now and will push it as soon as it has been QA'd and deemed ready to deploy.

  5. I just pushed this. Your pre elements should look much better now. Keep in mind that wrapping a code element inside a pre element will give you a monospaced font, whereas just using a pre element will simply keep all the formatting of the text and put a gray box around it.

  6. The pre element now respects the new lines (see http://pabloecheniquerobba.com/2013/01/29/phd-thesis-latex-template/). The only problem that I see is that it uses normal font, i.e., non-monospaced.

    To display code, it would be great if one could achieve the same box, but with monospaced font... Maybe you explained this in your comment, but I don't understand it. :(

    By the way, the box in your comment here in the forum is exactly what I would like to achieve.

    Thank you very much for your extremely fast assistance!

    P.S.: The main title still not wiggling (it wiggled this morning), and the "strong" html tag still not producing bold face.

  7. I have fixed these issues and they will be appearing over the next few hours. I will update this thread when all fixes have been deployed.

  8. Thanks again! :)

  9. You should see all the fixes on your site now. Let me know if you need anything else.

  10. It is perfect now.
    Thank you very much!

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