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There is no single correct way. The one you mentioned is a good one and it's used most often (since the image uploader) produces it, but format used by the new editor is different: [![enter image description here](image-url)](image-url) Both methods have their advantages: the one you mentioned keeps all links organized in a nice 'table' at the bottom of the ...


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The Commonmark spec requires a space after the hashtags, so that broke once we switched over. The fix is out in production. Thanks for the report!


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This is due to the switch to CommonMark that took place in June 2020. As the answer to a related bug report says: If you use HTML blocks, we do not parse any Markdown within them and you can only format things with more HTML. This is just how CommonMark works, for good and for bad. I've fixed the post on Stack Overflow by replacing the _ with <i>, ...


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feature-request When viewing a table as a reader, add an option to display the table full screen (or at the least some larger view), since it is quite annoying to do the horizontal scrolling for wide tables. Example of table for which a larger view would be beneficial: Row # Date Action Stock A price Stock A cost basis Gain/loss Commutative Gain/loss Taxed ...


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Oh hey, looks like we fixed this when switching over to the newfangled Stacks prose component for Markdown rendering.


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It will take some effort to implement this, specially if you also want to magic links to work. Until this is done I'll offer this small helper query to produce a basic table quickly. I took your example query and fiddled a bit with the information_schema and its Columns table. That will give for any table the columns. I used that to build up an union ...


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feature-requeststatus-declined You might want to support colspan. Right now, only MultiMarkdown does, I believe. See this SO question for a good test case. The answer in that particular case, eg, is this: | Available |||| Process | Allocation |||| Max |||| |---|---|---|---|-----------|-----|---|---|----|---|---|---|-----| | A | B | C | D | ...


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Thanks for raising this. I've been able to reproduce and agree that it should be consistent between the preview and the actual post content. We'll dig into any discrepancies related to Markdown preview as a first place to look. That said, this isn't high priority for us, it might take some time to address. I've added it to our backlog and will have the team ...


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As you probably suspected, there is no such way via the API. The Stack Exchange Data Explorer does contain the Markdown for suggested edits and may be used as a workaround: here is an example. The obvious downside is that SEDE is refreshed only once a week, on Sunday morning, so you'll miss recent suggested edits.


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I have not seen an official Stack Overflow (or sibling site) page that describes the various ways to use inline code spans. The StackOverflow Community: a mix of consensus and disagreement How should inline code blocks be used? In this section, I'll share my experience based on observing what experienced SO users tend to say. There is wide consensus on using ...


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Images Images can be added primarily by using the editor toolbar button . This brings up a special interface that allows you to upload an image online (via the imgur hosting service) through us - even from your clipboard. Alternatively, it can be input similarly to adding a link. Clickable images HTML <a href="https://example.com/img.jpg">&...


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