2 don't know how that happened....
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It is a bug, as shown by this example:

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The first is &nbsp; and the second is &amp;nbsp;. (I've used an extra level of entification to type the preceding sentence, and hope that it still comes out right when I post it.) Really nasty is that the preview initially shows the code as typed, but then replaces it with a space when it syntax-colours it after some random interval.

The bug does seem to be peculiar to nbsp. I haven't found any other character code that does it.

It is a bug, as shown by this example:

<td>&nbsp;</td>
<td>&#amp;nbsp;</td>

The first is &nbsp; and the second is &amp;nbsp;. (I've used an extra level of entification to type the preceding sentence, and hope that it still comes out right when I post it.) Really nasty is that the preview initially shows the code as typed, but then replaces it with a space when it syntax-colours it after some random interval.

The bug does seem to be peculiar to nbsp. I haven't found any other character code that does it.

It is a bug, as shown by this example:

<td>&nbsp;</td>
<td>&amp;nbsp;</td>

The first is &nbsp; and the second is &amp;nbsp;. (I've used an extra level of entification to type the preceding sentence, and hope that it still comes out right when I post it.) Really nasty is that the preview initially shows the code as typed, but then replaces it with a space when it syntax-colours it after some random interval.

The bug does seem to be peculiar to nbsp. I haven't found any other character code that does it.

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It is a bug, as shown by this example:

<td>&nbsp;</td>
<td>&#amp;nbsp;</td>

The first is &nbsp; and the second is &amp;nbsp;. (I've used an extra level of entification to type the preceding sentence, and hope that it still comes out right when I post it.) Really nasty is that the preview initially shows the code as typed, but then replaces it with a space when it syntax-colours it after some random interval.

The bug does seem to be peculiar to nbsp. I haven't found any other character code that does it.