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From here: Comments have no line breaks and generally no block-level formatting (such as extended blocks of code). See this as well.


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No, comments with LaTeX are not disabled on the main site, see my comment above.


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I think this is not a bug, but running afoul with the Stack Exchange automatic list numbering behavior. For example below I type "1. item" three times on three separate lines, but presently get as displayed output "1. ... 2. ... 3. ...": item item item The addition of Quote markdown does not change this: item item item To get verbatim output ...


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Click the "edit" or "improve this answer" link under the post (whichever you see) and take a look at the Markdown source. It looks like [`Something`](http://link) There are many of these because they are easy to enter using these tools.


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In the editor's text-input panel Put the cursor where you want the image to appear in your post. Type Ctrl+g to get a drag-and-drop image drop panel. Drag a PNG image into the drop panel. Click on Add Picture at the lower-right of the drop panel. Here is an image that I loaded into this post by the method described above:


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Maybe I misunderstand your question, but why don't you use inline code which is marked by a beginning and ending backtick? To make Integrate[x,x] you just have to type `Integrate[x,x]`. There is a Formatting help page with specific instructions for comments.


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An easy way to get the formatting you want is 490. m 490. m which was entered as >`490. m` >`490. m` The 1st line has two black spaces after the closing `


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