1AdamSun 7th Jun 2009 More specifically @ the forum codersWhat's up with the automatic bolding of @ signs?I notice the change applies retroactively, and there's a bug where often it causes some garbage characters to appear on the next line: "/>"It looks rather bad when (more often than not) the bolding is unintended or the garbage characters appear, and we can already bold these things on our own. Also, if you put a space between someone's names (like @Weird Adam) it'll only bold the first part.@ForExampleLook at these random characters that just appeared. But if I do it with a space between them, it'll look fine.@LikeThisSee?It seems like an unnecessary addition when we could already do this ourselves without worrying about buggy automatic formatting messing everything up, but it isn't a big deal. Not complaining, just pointing out a few oddities to help out.EDIT: Whoa, something happened to the line break formatting, too. I just did a normal line break and it added the same garbage characters. Weird. Edited on Sun 7th June, 2009 @ 18:58 by Adam Come on, friends, To the bear arcades again.