When adding a link with Ctrl+L or the link toolbar button, it can break other links elsewhere in the text, which is obviously quite a problem as the person adding the new link will probably only check their new link, not the old ones.
Paste this text into a question without the
`for-in` loops iterate according to `[[Enumerate]]`, which returns an Iterator object (§220.127.116.11) whose `next` method...
[[Enumerate]]" and link it to
So far, so good.
Highlight "§18.104.22.168" and link it to
You'll find that "
[[Enumerate]]" is now linked to
http://example.com?2 (as is "§22.214.171.124"), instead of its original link to
E.g., you end up with this:
`for-in` loops iterate according to [`\[\[Enumerate\]\]`], which returns an Iterator object ([§126.96.36.199]) whose `next` method... : http://example.com?2
Probably not browser-specific. I've replicated in recent Chrome and Firefox (haven't tried others), Bergi replicated it in Opera 12.
Doesn't matter whether
[[Enumerate]] is in backticks or not (no reason it should, just saying it doesn't).
Possibly related to this bug with images.