Copied text have extra line breaks

Text copied from a browser or libreoffice (maybe other office softwares as well), will have extra line breaks, even if the original text does not have any line breaks.

Likewise, copying from a web page to libreoffice (where no newlines appear) and then copying to anytype still results in extra line breaks, and the text in one paragraph appears in a same block.

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@BGray

Description

Text copied from a browser or libreoffice (maybe other office softwares as well), will have extra line breaks, even if the original text does not have any line breaks.

Likewise, copying from a web page to libreoffice (where no newlines appear) and then copying to anytype still results in extra line breaks, and the text in one paragraph appears in a same block.

To Reproduce:

    1. Copy a piece of text from web browser
    1. Paste it to anytype

Example:

Before:

After:

Desktop:

OS: Windows 10

Version: 0.17.7

@xzfghvftgh Hi! I can’t reproduce your case. Can you send me a link with the instance of the text that has extra lines after pasting in Anytype?

Can you try pasting as plain text? Ctrl-Shift-V works on Windows in most cases. Not sure about Mac.

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@Oshyan Thank you for the advice! I have tried but the text pasted without any line breaks.

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Hey @xzfghvftgh, which browser are you using?
Could it be related to this topic?