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I have no idea. It's been like that since the initial version in 2013, which may have been copied from somewhere else when the new help center was being filled. So who knows how old that text actually is or what reference it was trying to make regarding flags. I removed the reference to flagging in the line because it clearly does not make sense today.


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This has been "fixed". We still do not support the groovy language explicitly, but syntax autohighlighting should at least kick in for unrecognized lang-* language overrides (on sites that allow for it, such as Stack Overflow). Due to not officially supporting the groovy syntax, this may have unintended highlighting depending on what language ...


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We've officially switched to highlight.js network-wide. See the announcement post for more details.


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We've officially switched to highlight.js network-wide. See the announcement post for more details.


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We've officially switched to highlight.js network-wide. See the announcement post for more details.


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Links don't work inside <sub> and <sup> tags Samples: This is [Stack Exchange](https://stackexchange.com/). This is [Stack Exchange][se]. This is [se]. This is https://stackexchange.com/


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We've officially switched to highlight.js network-wide. See the announcement post for more details.


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