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But (in my browser and the one's I've tested) there's a line break after

[link]

and before

(http://example.com)

which makes it a little unclear that there should be no spaces/etc between them and that the two bits of code are related.

Can this be tidied up?

• Good catch! Looks the same to me in FF. Might depend on screen resolution though. Mar 18 '13 at 12:48
• @C.Ross It's resolution-independent; the help box has a set with of 434px. Mar 18 '13 at 21:30
• @JonathanHobbs Which makes actually it makes it dependent on a combination of resolution and text size. I don't see this bug right now because my text size is usually modified (due to the particular resolution and physical size of my laptop monitor). Mar 19 '13 at 18:38
• Hm. It seems like the most reasonable course of action would be to just start the formatting tips after the colon on a whole new line. Then the link syntax should be okay on most any resolution, and all the other ones don't risk a linebreak in the middle anyway.
– Grace Note StaffMod
Mar 20 '13 at 13:12