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The way you wrote your comment is incorrect. It's like this: <!-- My Little Comment --> Just take away the exclamation mark at the end.


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Thanks for highlighting this. We're using different renderers for the preview and for rendering Markdown content server-side and both use their own, built-in mechanism to detect links. Ideally, both would behave exactly the same. Unfortunately they don't quite match perfectly all the time. I've got a bugfix about to go out that's trying to make both ...


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This is intentional, and allows continuation paragraphs in list items, so this Markdown: - first - second code block Renders to: first second code block Instead, use the code fence block style to add code right after a list, e.g. this: - first - second ``` code block ``` Renders to: first second code block Alternatively, note that you ...


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The quick work around would be to add a space between the guillemets and the asterix, like this: Similaj vortoj ekzistas en la germana (« *[die] Rektion* »), la nederlanda (« *[de] rectie* »), kaj eĉ la suoma (« *rektio* »). Which renders the correctly italised text: Similaj vortoj ekzistas en la germana (« [die] Rektion »), la nederlanda (« [de] rectie »), ...


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One solution would be to add an "Insert Code Block" button on the toolbar. Clicking it prompts you to select a supported language from a dropdown list. The user clicks 'OK' and it inserts a correctly-formatted code block at the current cursor position (newlines above or below as needed) and moves the cursor to the line after the backticks so that ...


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There once was a spammer from Bangalore Who had absolutely no knack for writing limericks


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