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this blog post looks weird

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http://blogs.love2d.org/content/beginners-guide-shaders

All code examples are shown in a single line. Tested in Firefox and Chrome, only happens with that post.
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Looks alright in my browser...
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Happens for me too, odd.
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When the heck did that Blog post get put back? I literally tried finding it the other day when I was trying to write a shader and it had literally disappeared from the Blog and my history. The only one I could find was the other post about using noise in a shader which didn't help. I was so frustrated that I couldn't read that post.

Why is it back now? Where did it go? CÖNSPIRACY!

Also, I get that too. I don't remember it looking like that before the post disappeared.
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My guess: The code box works with one type of line-end, and it was written with anoter (e.g. CRLF and LF), but i might be wrong.
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I've looked at it in Chrome on both Linux and Windows and I see the code as one line, FWIW.
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Howdy folks, sorry about that.

Mollum wasn't doing it's job, and let through a bunch of bots. While I was cleaning up, I accidentally bombed poor OmarShehata's account and all of his posts.

He notified me, and I went through the back ups, and extracted the article from the database! But unfortunately, to my dismay, I missed some formatting. Totally my fault. Hopefully it's fixed now.

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Okay, so I want to know if I'm the only one. But when I was making some tiles thing. And I made a tile blue and a tile red. And put them next to eachother. Then displayed text over it, The text went was offcenter. I thought nothing of it because I thought it was probably my gtx 570. Now I got my R9 270x and it would appear (Just noticed in that shader post) that it's still there. Maybes it's a Löve thing? But in the gif where the left half of the screen is blue and right is red and the square is moving from right to left, I'm noticing the red pixels being one pixel lower than the blue... AM I THE ONLY ONE?
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Hm, to me it seems like the blue is a bit lower than the red. I had noticed that earlier, but assumed it was an optical illusion.
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