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markdown isn't working always

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Recently, I had faced some issue with markdown. When I write text following way than, markdown of ">" isn't working which was working earlier.

<hr/>
>

> hello

I had face some problem with "[] ()" it also. I had pressed on space now cause, the markdown system is working now. Here's the problem I faced. I tried to add more markdown after #bug also. They weren't working. I would tell you check in "Suggest edit", it is working for you or not.


I had faced with bolding also. In this answer, I tried bold using "****" instead of "bold tag". But, it wasn't working. I don't know what is going on.

Sometimes, markdown is working sometime not.

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If you mix HTML and Markdown, you have to clearly separate them, which means leaving a clear blank line break between HTML and Markdown sections.

This works:

<hr/>

**Bold text**

This doesn't:

<hr/>
**Bold text**

and likewise for any other tags.

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