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Single whiteline gets doubled inside code block inside list [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Bug in Markdown formatter If you have a whiteline inside a code block, which is inside a list, it gets doubled. It doesn't matter whether you put eight spaces in that ...
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Single line code formatting after list not working [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to nest code within a list using Markdown Markdown formatting bug with code blocks in lists In this answer the first line of code in the question is being displayed ...
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Markdown parsing bug: Code block inside numbered list [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Markdown formatting bug with code blocks in lists Consider the following Markdown input: 1. Blah void Main() { Line 1 Line 2 Actual ...
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shell/code format not working inside numbered list [duplicate]

It seems that shell/code (monospace) format (beginning with 4 white spaces) formatting doesn’t work within a numbered list: See this example: shell code format (beginning with 4 white spaces) not ...
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Really weird (bad, confusing) version diff

Check out this page from Server Fault. This is a really weird and confusing render of the version diffs. I imagine it is a Markdown problem - diff of answer on Server Fault. The weird ...
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How to post HTML text on Stack Overflow? [duplicate]

If I'm trying to post a question/answer on Stack Overflow, with some code that contains HTML text syntax inside, how do I do it nice with highlights. For example, I would like to post this line: ...
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Blockquotes in a list break blockquotes after the list

I noticed an answer over on The Workplace that had a blank blockquote at the bottom of it. When I went to edit, I saw that there was nothing after the end of the text to cause it. And the actual post ...
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1answer
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Code after bulleted lists

Related (but not the same issue): Markdown formatting bug with code blocks in lists Duplicate: Why is a code block not properly formatted when placed immediately after a list item? The ...
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2answers
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Code so bad it breaks the v-scroll twice

What is the most EVIL code you have ever seen in a production enterprise environment? This answer has a code snipet (of purposefully bad code) that creates a double scroll (I guess it's a "div in a ...
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URLs are linked despite being inside a code span

Markdown source: `http://google.com` - `http://google.com` - `http://google.com` Rendered result: http://google.com http://google.com http://google.com Note that the third code span is a ...
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Is this how Markdown should be rendering code inside a list?

I believe the following example needs no explanation. What is going on here? Why would you do this? (function() { // Do Stuff })();
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Inconsistent/incorrect breaks/newlines in lists

When editing this answer, I noticed that placing breaks (blank lines) in lists (especially nested lists) is inconsistent (and possibly dependent on the current state of the JavaScript variables of the ...
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Empty lines in code samples inside lists are shown duplicated

If I put a code block in a list, a single newline in the source is displayed as two newlines in the rendered page: Sample: code here, single empty line following: more code here ... (The eight ...
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Code immediately following a list does not format properly [duplicate]

Formatting breaks if code follows a list: List item List item This is in a code block This does not work as expected However, it works if between the list and the code List item List item There ...
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Non-changed lines marked as edition

If you would look into the history of last revisions here, in the last revision by Peter Mortensen you'll see strange "changes" of lines into the absolutely same lines. Even twice. Is it a bug? Or I ...

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