Version 3.0 Build 3143
running on Linux Mint 18.2 (Sonya)
Open a file and type this on one line:
"Don’t feel sorry for me," he pleaded. "Tell me that I failed so that I can get over it."
Set a ruler to 72 in Preferences.sublime-settings--User:
Put the cursor on the line and select Edit | Wrap | Wrap paragraph at ruler. The line rewraps to this:
"Don’t feel sorry for me, he pleaded. Tell me that I failed so that I
"can get over it.
It drops three of the quotation marks and places a new one at the start of the second line. Is there a way to make this work? Working on books, I re-wrap a lot of text and this is repeatably broken for me. Thanks.