I'm using Manjaro Linux KDE with yEd and it's great. Except that when I save a file and reopen it there are anoying whitespace on every single node.
The problem is not new and depends on the Java version, like described in this post: "Edge label text adds extra white space on reload".
The (kind of) solution is: "As it turns out, writing text in mixed-content XML elements is broken in Java 14 (yet again). In other words, this issue occurs only when running yEd on Java 14. With Java 13, this problem does not occur.
We will try to find a fix of course, but in the meantime I suggest to stay on Java 13."
I use java version "14.0.1" 2020-04-14 and I don't want to uninstall it, but I have jdk-13.0.1 downloaded.
Is there a way to tell yEd to use that version, i. e. to change the Java-Path to use?