Last modified: 2011-03-13 18:06:02 UTC
Additional information that bleeds into the next cell shows up.
Try editting 'the first sample section' in the 'first cell' of the following
==== the first sample section ====
the first cell
the second cell
As you can see the second cell gets included in the edit.
This could be handled in a couple of ways
* The section editor could recognize that the scope of a section does not cross
certain boundaries, e.g. cell boundaries.
* A special section terminator markup could be introduced.
Putting section headers inside a table is a very poor practice; they are top-level constructs.