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Currently you can write [help/on-topic] in a comment, which changes to help center, and there's some other similar help short-links (see this).

But not all of them work - [help/someone-answers] doesn't change to help center, it just stays that text (and no, I wasn't trying to force accepting an answer down someone's throat, just elaborating on someone else' hopelessly underspecified comment).

Can we change this so all [help/...] links changes to
[help center](http://stackoverflow.com/help/...)?

It should be fairly trivial to change it to the applicable link only if that link exists.

Or is there a reason we don't want to do this?

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