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Why are my bulleted lines automatically joining?
I use the a formatoption to make my text hard wrap, and the n formatoption to recognize numbered lists. The help says that the n option should use the formatlistpat regex to determine which lines not to mess with, but it doesn't seem to be working for me; vim is joining all my bulleted lines.
These are the values of my options:
Also, formatlistpat was "Last set from usr/local/Cellar/vim/8.0.1650_1/share/vim/vim80/ftplugin/markdown.vim", so I know it's not just a matter of me not escaping the regex correctly when setting it.
An example of the bad behavior can be seen in this video.
Any idea how I can make vim stop joining lines like this?