Continuing the discussion from Date selector in Topic Timer:
I tried to reproduce here, using multiple dates, and inserting code fences blocks, but it didn’t reproduce until
https://try.discourse.org/t/testing-insert-date-bug/1130/2 (this link will become obsolete by tomorrow, but it shows like the screenshot above.)
Finally I found the cause of the bug: the failing render follows an HTML tag with an attribute!
<abbr title="Coordinated Universal Time">UTC</abbr> [date=2018-06-28 time=07:00 format=“HH:mm” timezones=“Europe/Brussels”] ![:arrow_right:](//assets-meta-cdck-prod-meta.s3.dualstack.us-west-1.amazonaws.com/original/3X/5/a/5aa33b89419423f0712cf1e6c72f0813cb3f082c.png) [date=2018-06-28 time=15:00 format=“HH:mm” timezones=“Europe/Brussels”]
fails to render:
Avoid using HTML tags in Markdown – Or maybe implement <abbr> in CommonMark.
I suppose that an HTML tag appearing in a previous paragraph should not affect rendering later on though.
In any case: when things fail, check for a mix of HTML and Markdown.