In our community, users intend to insert images on a new line most of the time.
However, they cannot understand Markdown image codes, and they get confused about it all the time. They’re on a very low level of computer user skills.
As a result, they end up inserting an image and typing on the same line, just next to it. Or insert an image right after they typed a piece of text.
This looks ugly, and I’m looking for ways to automatically solve the majority of cases by compromising and making it a more confusing for advanced users.
Can we have two settings, or at least one of it?
Always insert an image in a new, separate paragraph.
Always insert a newline (or two newlines, to make up a paragraph) after the image code that was just inserted.
Does it make sense?
Or is there a better idea on how to tackle this problem?