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It's relatively simple. I have a numbered list, which has a Bulleted sublist on the first point... Then I want to add the next point (using ShiftReturn) and, shoops my bulleted sublist got included to the toplist.

Sample (type the below):

1. List point one:
 * Sublist Point one
 * Sublist Point two
1. List point two:

1. List point one:  
 * Sublist Point one
 * Sublist Point two
1. List point two:

Press ShiftReturn while the cursor is on the end of the last line and you get:

1. List point one:
2. Sublist Point one
3. Sublist Point two
4. List point two:

5. List point one:
6. Sublist Point one
7. Sublist Point two
8. List point two:

9. List item


I really don't like that...

  • Do you mean shift + enter? I tried control-enter and it did nothing, shift + enter had the effect you describe. – George Duckett Jun 6 '14 at 13:22
  • @GeorgeDuckett I am doing this automatically now. Yeah it's shift+enter... – Vogel612's Shadow Jun 6 '14 at 13:25
  • It actually doesn't display the behaviour you're describing if you fully indent the sublist. – Tim Stone Jun 6 '14 at 15:17
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    It should still be consistent with Markdown’s rendering, though. – Ry- Jun 6 '14 at 16:29

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