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Ok, so now I see Edit Post and Flag Bad Post on the above two posts. But I still don't get Edit buttons on C forum

[edit]Correction: I see it now. You must have been in the process of changing it when I posted this.

Edited by Ancient Dragon: Because I want to edit it.

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[edit]Correction: I see it now. You must have been in the process of changing it when I posted this.

I swear I didn't change anything related to the Edit button since we launched.

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The edit button seems to require a number of page refreshing and/or leaving and coming back to the thread.

Also, I have no idea what you intended to initially write in your d.mkv example.
You should refer to this page about the syntax rules. I think what you are looking for is the inline code (or code span) which requires one or two backticks (or "accent aïgu") to bracket the code. "d.mkv" (one backtick around the "code")

EDIT: nevermind, you're right the percent 0 and 2 combination always disappears completely, the escaping with backslash doesn't help it.

Edited by mike_2000_17: sdf

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I think I figured out the edit button problem. I'm using Chrome and have to hit the page refresh button in order to get the edit button to show up.

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I think I figured out the edit button problem. I'm using Chrome and have to hit the page refresh button in order to get the edit button to show up.

Yes, the edit button does not appear for freshly-made posts.

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AD, I am still working on the % 0 2 problem. The good news is it is not a bug with our parser! The bad news is that it is being converted to a space either by our editor or by the form submission process itself. It disappears the second it hits the PHP script before it even goes through the post parsing process. What a tongue twister!

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