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Links have to displayed correctly.

When I paste a link that contains an underscore, the link is not displayed correctly: Example: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Switching_Desktop_Environments

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Links have to displayed correctly.

When I paste a link that contains an on or two underscore, the link is not displayed correctly: Example: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Switching_Desktop_Environments

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The problem is apparently that _ formats font italic - and that let's the _ disappear

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Links have to Change markdown so that links are displayed correctly.

When I paste a user pastes a link that contains on or two underscoreunderscore(s), the link is not displayed correctly: Example: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Switching_Desktop_Environments https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Switching_Desktop_Environments. Instead the _ is read as markdown command to display text _italic_. It would be sufficient to use * as the trigger for italic. Why have two control commands for the same thing?

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The problem is apparently that _ formats font italic - and that let's the _ disappear )

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Change markdown so that links are displayed correctly.

When a user pastes a link that contains on or two underscore(s), the link is not displayed correctly: Example: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Switching_Desktop_Environments. Instead the _ is read as markdown command to display text _italic_. It would be sufficient to use * as the trigger for italic. Why have two control commands for the same thing?

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Change markdown so that links are displayed correctly.

When a user pastes a link that contains on or two underscore(s), the link is not displayed correctly: Example: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Switching_Desktop_Environments. Instead the _ is read as markdown command to display text _italic_. It would be sufficient to use * as the trigger for italic. Why have two control commands for the same thing?

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