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A letter didn't bold in suggested edit page

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Okay, you're probably confused. Let me explain. I use the web browser Chrome to use Codidact and would find something off about the letter "M" in the formatting box. In other words, it looks like it got bolded for some odd reason.

Here's more proof why it's likely. If you go to certain places where the text of the formatting sandbox is bolded, like suggested edits, "M" itself isn't bolded.

Here's one with both types of "M"s:
M M

There's also more broken bolding of characters, but "M" is the most irritating to look at for me, so I'll leave the explanation there. Can this please be fixed?

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looking perfect for me (9 comments)
Got a link so I can repro? (2 comments)

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This is displaying fine in all browser tests that I've been able to run. Given that others are reporting this fine too, I'm inclined to suggest there's something janky with your system, rather than with Codidact.

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Isn't it no-repro? (1 comment)

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