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I converted a page from Classic to Guttenberg and now all the blocks have this span in them:

<p><span data-preserver-spaces="true">...</span></p>

This means that all the blocks appear on a grey background, which makes it harder to edit, see links, etc.

I know how to edit the HTML and remove the <span> tag like so:

<p>...</p>

but over 100 blocks, that's definitely tedious. Is there a way to do that automatically? (like a "clear all formatting" like I've see in other editors?)

Here is an example of the effect I'm talking about:

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Note that it also happens when text is Italic or Bold or some other such format (which I think is also annoying).

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I found a semi-solution for now.

The EditorsKit plugin adds a "Clear Formatting" option to the Gutenberg editor. It's a few clicks and it works only on a per paragraph basis, but at least I don't have to go to HTML and come back, which definitely takes longer.

As a bonus, it adds many other options such as superscript and subscript which I like to have handy.

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