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attn: @zep

I can't remember if this was fixed the last time we reported it, but if it was, it's broken again.

Using backticks to insert inline code in text is broken, causing the entire remainder of the paragraph to be highlighted as code, even if the closing backtick is present.

For instance, this is how I'll write the next paragraph:

If this is already fixed, `this highlight should stop` <-- HERE.

If this is already fixed, this highlight should stop <-- HERE.

Also, just want to mention that I wish the inline code were simply a mono-spaced font, and not inverse the way it is now. It's visually jarring the way it is. :/

P#63761 2019-04-21 13:02 ( Edited 2019-04-21 13:05)

just to be clear, this is for the whole paragraph:

look lua code: `nil ~= ""` -- like ruby  
speaking of which, i love ruby :)

another paragraph

look lua code: nil ~= "" -- like ruby
speaking of which, i love ruby :)

another paragraph

also, it's a styled span instead of a <code> element

P#63797 2019-04-22 05:15

Oh yeah, that's even worse. :)

P#63860 2019-04-23 01:13

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