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Title of question can change when it appears in "Related" list

Here's an example. This question had some revisions to its title: Comparison of two convergence conditions for sequences of non-negative numbers https://math.stackexchange.com/posts/1839/revisions ...
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Math in comments gets doubled up when you edit [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Editing a comment containing formulae will mangle the formulae (This question appears subjective and is likely to be closed :-)) Steps to reproduce: Find a post with not too ...
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Editing a comment containing formulae will mangle the formulae

Somewhat of a duplicate of http://meta.math.stackexchange.com/questions/419/editing-a-question-containing-formulae-will-remove-the-formulae. I reposted the question because the previous one - had a ...
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visit meta and visit parent buttons have broken

For some reason the 'visit meta' and 'visit parent' buttons now link to stack exchange. strange bug. well funnily enough, after posting this they have changed images and now say stack exchange so ...
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Fresh answers hide the background

This is a really small bug, but the fade-from-orange effect that occurs when you first view a new answer fades to solid white instead of transparent. (This won't be an issue if we remove the ...
Qiaochu Yuan's user avatar
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2 answers
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Editing a question containing formulae will remove the formulae

Test it. Comment here with a formula. Reload the site. Edit. Note you'd have to retype the formulae.
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4 answers
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TeXification is too aggressive, or “How to enter a dollar sign?”

The current TeXification function is too aggressive. The current behavior is that, any text between two dollar signs in a single element will be formatted as a TeX formula. this excludes any ...
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TeX formatting in other comments in the same post is lost when the comment list is updated

If there's any TeX formatting in comments of a post, after you add a comment to that post, or click "add / show n more comments", all formulae are reverted to $...$....
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