"enable inline onebox on all domains" = true, but no onebox

I have allowed onebox for all domains:

So where is the onebox? The link does not have a leading space or any other weirdness that I can see.

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I think inline oneboxing is when a link is on the line, such as https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-12-19/robinhood-fined-1-25-million-over-how-it-routed-customer-orders.

Anyhow, it appears that link doesn’t share meta-data in a way that onebox can read:

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-12-19/robinhood-fined-1-25-million-over-how-it-routed-customer-orders

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Try testing it with the http://debug.iframely.com/ tester

Note that inline onebox applies when the link is NOT on a line by itself.

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That’s useful. Framely shows a title, description, thumbnail, etc., so the site must be serving the necessary metadata.

I don’t understand inline vs. regular onebox. Regardless, shouldn’t I see some sort of box/preview?

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