I also noticed that in the case of hotlinked images that get downloaded the initial published post has no padding between the image and the text above it, but after a few minutes when the process in the queue triggers to download the remote image it increases the padding. This can be seen as a revision in the post’s history with a visual change in the padding gap.
I see, thanks. So it would be nice if some of those inconsistencies could be cleaned up, surprisingly users do notice and get irritated by them, especially when they’re used to WYSIWYG editors in other forum engines. The self-changing post rendering after the remote image gets downloaded is even weirder, although I totally understand that there are technical reasons behind it.