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I'm not sure why <pre> isn't working for you; it works for me, but maybe the quality checks on this site are different; it probably even matters if you're posting a question or an answer, and what your reputation is (though with 181 reputation you're not brand new). Anyway, you can try to use 'Code Sample' mode instead (Ctrl + K works, or the curly ...


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Your answer previously used an unsupported format for code blocks, which rendered differently. We now support code fences, which changes how the post gets rendered in the current engine. In short, it's not possible to return it to its previous rendering because the post is getting run through a different version of the rendering engine now. That aside, we ...


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You didn't finish your code block with ``` So the [1]: https://i.stack.imgur.com/vUEZC.png is still part of the code block, and the Markdown renderer doesn't treat it as a reference. But you do have a point; the image uploader isn't smart enough to detect this situation, it'll just append the reference without checking if it will actually be rendered. In ...


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You've used the 'blockquote' mode, not the code formatting mode. The easiest nowadays is just to put ``` before and after the code block, like I did in the edit I just suggested to your post.


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