"harr" HTML entity not rendered properly

It looks like ↔ is rendered as :left_right_arrow: for some reason. Why? This is inconsistent and should be considered a bug.

a ← b

a → b

a ↔ b

a ← b

a → b

a ↔ b
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a :left_right_arrow: b

I personally don’t see the problem with it. This HTML version simply shows material equivalence… for example Both A & B are true / false etc…Or are you saying you prefer to see this version?
a%20-%20b

OK get what you mean!! :laughing: impossible to get the original version up!!
here goes … a%20-%20b success?

a ⇔ b there is always this option
a-b

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Yeah! If I want that arrow, I’ll type :left_right_arrow: to get :left_right_arrow: – but the HTML entity I used got substituted automatically.

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Oh this is a @joffreyjaffeux thing. I agree that one should not be replaced.

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Sure, this is fixed:

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