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I was traveling stackoverflow, when I've encountered this question and at the very end of it:

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I thought ok, maybe somebody just forget to write return primes; }, but it appears it is written in the original text:

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Moreover, it is correctly rendered in preview:

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Is it bug? I'm on OSX 10.8 and using Chrome 25.0.1364.152.

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The question was from Feb 2009, when we had a brief period of time when this render bug occurred (mostly happening with long posts - they got truncated in the render process). We save the rendered HTML and this is what is used for display - this is not updated unless the post is.

There are some old posts like the above that display the issue - any edit re-renders and saves the updated HTML.

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Edited and it fixed it. +1. – Madara Uchiha Mar 8 '13 at 10:58

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