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Stop inserting space after question titles

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This is kind of minor so I haven't bothered reporting it before, but it's been there since day 1: the site is inserting a space character after every question title. Example (from here):

Newsletter #8 (August 2021) <-- space here

This is annoying since it sometimes screws up link markdown formatting when copy/pasting the title. Kindly remove whatever is causing this extra space character.

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This is one of those annoying things that sounds like it should be easy to fix, but isn't. There's more explanation in the GitHub issue, but the view is picking up the whitespace in the source code that is required to keep that code legible. It's an annoyance, but we think living with it is better than the effect on maintenance if we fix it.

Update: Someone has proposed a solution that our devs think will work, so I'm removing the status tag while we wait to see if it works.

Further update: This fix has now been deployed. Sorry about that.

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