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This used to happen on mobile only. Now it also happens on desktop with the new spoiler tags. If the content of the spoiler contains <hr>, everything without markdown is visible without revealing the spoiler

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    Taking a look into this now. Thanks for the report – Ben Kelly Aug 27 '20 at 15:09
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    So, the issue here has to do with how commonmark treats block html and a quirk in how we parse our custom>! syntax that doesn't make it 100% commonmark blockquote compliant. I have a strong feeling this is not due to the recent spoiler changes since the recent changes were css only and this is a parsing issue. I'm looking into it a bit more to confirm my suspicions. – Ben Kelly Aug 27 '20 at 18:59
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    While it's not strictly related to the new editor, we're going to look into this as part of that work. Thanks for the report! – Adam Lear Mar 11 at 22:36

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