10 replaced http://meta.stackexchange.com/ with https://meta.stackexchange.com/
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9 Fixup of bad MSO links to MSE links migration
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The problem with this is that code tags are semantic markup in HTML and they're rendered differently than the writer might expect in other contexts. This can result in problems like visually imparied users hearing random words spelled out while the page is rendered by their screen reading softwarevisually imparied users hearing random words spelled out while the page is rendered by their screen reading software.**

The problem with this is that code tags are semantic markup in HTML and they're rendered differently than the writer might expect in other contexts. This can result in problems like visually imparied users hearing random words spelled out while the page is rendered by their screen reading software.**

The problem with this is that code tags are semantic markup in HTML and they're rendered differently than the writer might expect in other contexts. This can result in problems like visually imparied users hearing random words spelled out while the page is rendered by their screen reading software.**

8 Migration of MSO links to MSE links
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The problem with this is that code tags are semantic markup in HTML and they're rendered differently than the writer might expect in other contexts. This can result in problems like visually imparied users hearing random words spelled out while the page is rendered by their screen reading softwarevisually imparied users hearing random words spelled out while the page is rendered by their screen reading software.**

† This has also been discussed on MSO: Inline Code Spans should not be used for emphasis, right?Inline Code Spans should not be used for emphasis, right?

The problem with this is that code tags are semantic markup in HTML and they're rendered differently than the writer might expect in other contexts. This can result in problems like visually imparied users hearing random words spelled out while the page is rendered by their screen reading software.**

† This has also been discussed on MSO: Inline Code Spans should not be used for emphasis, right?

The problem with this is that code tags are semantic markup in HTML and they're rendered differently than the writer might expect in other contexts. This can result in problems like visually imparied users hearing random words spelled out while the page is rendered by their screen reading software.**

† This has also been discussed on MSO: Inline Code Spans should not be used for emphasis, right?

7 link to MSO discussion
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6 add xyzzy example to demonstrate a formatted sentence that's impossible for a computer to read aloud correctly
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5 show how the example renders into HTML
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4 Add examples; clarify that it's not a technical request, just a matter of will
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3 added 120 characters in body
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2 added 10 characters in body
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