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I just observed a small glitch in the C#-syntax-highlighter in this answer:

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The Word Remove should be completely black. Reproduced with IE9 and SRWare Iron.

EDIT: I retagged that to support, because this is no bug actually (See answers from animuson and Oded).

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closed as too localized by Lance Roberts, animuson, Toon Krijthe, ЯegDwight, Rory Jan 30 '13 at 0:09

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Whoops, moved on the close too quick, sorry. –  Lance Roberts Jan 29 '13 at 20:09

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There were some weird characters in between the "Re" and "move" parts of the text. It was actually:

Re‌​move

I've fixed it with a simple edit.

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argh - Note to myself: First look at the code, then post a bug-report. Should I leave the post open for futher reference? –  Spontifixus Jan 29 '13 at 20:13
    
@Spontifixus - Even when you look at the code you wouldn't see it (unless you mean view the html source). It is a zero width space, so you don't see it. I found it by using the right arrow and finding an extra character where there wasn't one to be seen. –  Oded Jan 29 '13 at 20:29
    
@Oded Oh well - thanks for clarifying At least now I know for the next time... –  Spontifixus Jan 29 '13 at 20:34

There was a Zero Width Space character just after .Re.

Nothing wrong with the highlighter - unless you believe it should catch this.

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No it shouldn't catch that... –  Spontifixus Jan 29 '13 at 20:13

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