Somewhat a personal pet peeve, I suppose.
I don't use the WYSIWYG editor since almost all of the changes to my posts I want to do, I know the coding for. Same with character profiles - especially because I enjoy being able to use HTML (and eventually CSS.) However, I have noted in a lot of cases that a new paragraph (or line) break removes whatever coding I was using beforehand.
Point and case, I just went to completely strikeout a bug report post of mine so it was still readable but no longer an active issue. However, in order to do so I had to manually strike out each new section - which is messy and a little redundant. I've tried doing font size changes before on character profiles with HTML and it became more of a hassle to (even by copy+pasting) entering the code before each new section only to have to do it all over again for the next one.
Is it possible to... change how that works? I've been other places where it isn't so much of an issue so I've been having to re-teach myself to just not use any of the more (simple, but effective) useful HTML codes I know how to do.
As a side note, it seems that the paragraph breaks in the gallery descriptions are actually a smaller break distance then the line break ones are. Not sure if this was intentional or not but if you use a line break it seems to show more along the lines of two paragraph breaks of space. Or a paragraph and line break paired together, maybe? (Either way, the gap is much larger than in other locations.
(And another thing because I am apparently fussy, aha. I would love if your posts had a preview option? It's been ages since I had WYSIWYG turned on because - as mentioned - I prefer to be able to use HTML and such on character profiles and it will break them, but I am almost positive that the WYSIWYG (older) mode had a preview option? Honestly I'm less worried about it for character profiles but I have been known to completely forget to add things like a paragraph break to my general posts and have to go back in and re-add them. Being able to preview at least our forum posts while not using WYSIWYG would be fantastic to have.)