Support text alignment in markdown tables

In this forum, this code renders …

|Please Support|Text-Align in|Markdown Tables|
|----|:----:|----:|
|Default (left)|centered|Right-aligned|
|Most apps that |support |tables in markdown|
|support text|alignment in the|tables.|
|But|Logseq does |not.|
|That is making|me|sad.  :-(|

like this:

Please Support Text-Align in Markdown Tables
Default (left) centered Right-aligned
Most apps that support tables in markdown
support text alignment in the tables.
But Logseq does not.
That is making me sad. :frowning:

In Logseq, it renders like this:

Yes I wonder it is support or not. because it is quite comment markdown table feature

I would agree and would love to see better table support.

i would also like to see better table support in LogSeq. Besides the alignment mentioned above, i would also like to see

  • connected cells
  • multiline headers

All three belong to the extended markdown syntax

markdown code like this for connected cells

| First Header | Second Header | Third Header |
| :----------- | ------------- | -----------: |
| Content Cell | very long connected cells   ||
| Content Cell | Content Cell  | Content Cell |

In LogSeq, it renders like this:

First Header Second Header Third Header
Content Cell very long connected cells
Content Cell Content Cell Content Cell

markdown code like this for multiline headers:

| Row 1, First Header | Row 1, Second Header | Row 1, Third Header |
| Row 2, First Header | Row 2, Second Header | Row 2, Third Header |
| Row 3, First Header | Row 3, Second Header | Row 3, Third Header |
| ------------------- | -------------------- | ------------------- |
| Content Cell        | Content Cell         | Content Cell        |
| Content Cell        | Content Cell         | Content Cell        |

In LogSeq, it renders like this:

| Row 1, First Header | Row 1, Second Header | Row 1, Third Header |
| Row 2, First Header | Row 2, Second Header | Row 2, Third Header |

Row 3, First Header Row 3, Second Header Row 3, Third Header
Content Cell Content Cell Content Cell
Content Cell Content Cell Content Cell
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Agreed - support for this would be really nice!