There may be a dupe for this, but the suggestion finder is only coming up for the parenthesis syntax of links, not a link for a URL with a parenthesis in it.
This edit popped up in my queue, where a user attempted to make a link for the following URL:
http://developer.android.com/reference/android/widget/ArrayAdapter.html#ArrayAdapter( android.content.Context, int, int, T)
The markdown looks correct, but the view of the rendered output chops it up.
There is a whole section on Spinners here:
<- correct link
You want to create an ArrayAdapter
<- link to root of page, not specified anchorthen set it as the adapter for a Spinner.
android.content.Context, int, int, T)
<- chopped up bit of the anchor from the URL
While the edit is in good faith, and correct from a technical perspective, the link munging bug makes the edit invalid. So for now, I feel I have to reject it. 2 questions:
Is there a way to get the link to display correctly?
- Is there a better practice for handling this type of suggested edit?
Update: Damn it, someone came along and figured out the rest of the needed character encodings to get the link to work. Encoding the parens, spaces and brackets did the trick (I only tried the parens, but it's obvious now). So amended question: This is a perfect candidate for a skip action, correct?