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It seems that if there are several URLs in an inline code block, only the first one is not "linkified":

There are two spaces between each URL. If I put only one space between each, only the middle one is linked:

Update: Maybe someone is wondering why I just don't format such lines as block code. I often mark URLs as inline code so that they get not highlighted as comments which makes them easier to read then. I assume I could use one of the language hint <!-- lang --> comments, but formatting as inline code is quicker ;)

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Is reading really easier than reading Stack Overflow? – John Oct 21 '11 at 4:03
@John: I'm talking about situations where URLs are examples, like as input for regular expressions. Often, these URLs are not valid anyway, like one.two.three.something (http://one.two.three.something)... linking them does not make sense. This was the question where I discovered this – Felix Oct 21 '11 at 6:20
That makes sense. +1. – John Oct 21 '11 at 14:00
up vote 3 down vote accepted

Fixed on both sides of the fence (next build). Thanks!

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Thank you :).... – Felix Oct 22 '11 at 11:27

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