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aniel suggested LorenLang-0279 published

Markdown triple ``` for code blocks

It would be awesome you could write code blogs the following way.

 ```
 // Code
 ```
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This feature was working until about 9/23 or so and now it's no longer available.

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This feature was working until about 9/23 or so and now it's no longer available.

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saldana-msft commented

Hi @aniel. In order for us to evaluate next steps, we need to better understand your suggestion. Can you provide more feedback on writing code with triple ```? As far as I can see, that is possible today. What is missing?

We thank you for your help evolving the Q&A platform.

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@saldana I think we only support code formatting by preceding each line with four spaces. Code fencing is another markdown standard. It is generally viewed as the preferred method since it is easier. See here for more details.


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Yes, this is what I had in mind.

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saldana-msft commented

@aniel and @Jfriend-MSFT I moved this to our roadmap. I will provide more info as we move forward with timeline and implementation. Thank you for your feedback.

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saldana-msft commented

@aniel sorry I never closed the loop. This was implemented a couple of months ago. Thank you for your feedback!

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Any idea what happened? This feature appears to have stopped working somewhere around 9/23.

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