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An underscore-wrapped phrase immediately after a --- renders plainly instead of in italics.
E.g. it---by design---_cannot have side-effects_. renders like this:
it---by design---_cannot have side-effects_.
But if you replace the latter --- with —, it works as intended.
So it---by design—_cannot have side-effects_. renders like this:
it---by design—_cannot have side-effects_.
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@codingthat This should resolve by inserting spaces around the underscores:
it---by design--- _cannot have side-effects_.
@ashmaroli Thanks, but not quite: That adds an undesired space between the latter em-dash and the word following it:
As you can see, this is different from the — workaround.
Thanks @ashmaroli ! =)
@codingthat I have merged the pull request by @ashmaroli, so I will close this issue.
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