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Hi. I'm trying to set up RSS in ConvertKit for code-heavy content, and in the preview, all of my multi-line code blocks are rendered on a single line. I don't have this issue in MailChimp. Has anyone else seen this and found a solution? For example, instead of this: chezmoi cd git add . git commit -m "Add initial dotfiles with chezmoi" I see this: chezmoi cd git add . git commit -m "Add initial dotfiles with chezmoi"

Moncef Belyamani
Heh. Is it not possible to format text properly on this community site?
Moncef Belyamani
This is a bug in the preview tool. If I wait for the draft broadcast to be generated and sent, the formatting appears fine in my email.
Olivya Content Specialist
Hey moncef, sorry for the trouble! Really appreciate you following back up to let us know what you found once the broadcast gets drafted. I've gone ahead and filed this as a bug internally. Thank you! ☺️
Philip Poots
Olivya just want to add a note that I am also experiencing this issue. Code renders fine in the draft I get from ConvertKit when being notified of a new broadcast pulled in via RSS, but when I go to send it via the ConvertKit interface the code is gone and it is collapsed onto one line. I raised this via Intercom with Vynz before I came across the community.

moncef did we meet at Paris.rb in Feb last year?!
Olivya Content Specialist
Philip Poots Thanks for that additional feedback! 🙌I've added it to the bug report ☺️
Moncef Belyamani
Olivya It looks like some changes were made, but it's still not formatting code properly. For example, inline code snippets surrounded by a single backtick that are supposed to be within a sentence are now placed into paragraphs, which breaks up the sentence. If I could post a screenshot here, I would, but I don't see a way to do that.
Olivya Content Specialist
Moncef Belyamani I added this update to the bug report — thank you!

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