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Default Does the BB code for Strikethrough work for you?

A member reported that the 'strikethrough' BB code did not work for him. You can read about the pure HTML tag/code for this at https://www.w3docs.com/learn-html/html-strike-tag.html

The following line should show the strikethrough BB code:
  • First the code: [del]This is striketrhough'ed[/del]
  • Now for real: This is striketrhough'ed
For me with firefox on OpenBSD 7.1. it works correctly.
Before I start to mess around with the HTML code for this tag, please report whether this works for you. Please state your OS and browser(version)
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It works for me.

Linux, SeaMonkey 2.53.14, 64-bit.
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Just for fun looking at some outsiders:

ELinks-0.16.GIT/d562d9b836cbaad529f4c7aa3c0f2cec3f6502f2 ignores it being struckthru.

W3M-0.5.3+git20210102-6 shows it as "Now for real: [DEL:This is striketrhough'ed:DEL]".

EWW (TUIy Emacs-27.1 in Xterm) shows strike-thru-ed stuff in red here.

EWW (GUIy Emacs-27.1 on X11 (I'm still ignoring Wayland)) strikes thru correctly (using Tao-Yin theme). \o/


P.S.: I need to reactivate "Disable smilies in text" after each preview. Forum glitch?

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Testing, testing... Yup, all good.

Arch Linux (6.0.9), Firefox (107.0).

EDIT: under GNOME, native Wayland support enabled (not that it matters but anyway).

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What I had was nested inside an Ordered List and bracketed content just did not appear. It is working now in Firefox-esr, vimb (webkitgtk-4.0) and ungoogled-chromium. www/ungoogled-chromium has had a number of patches/updates and I cannot recall what browser I was using when I had the issue. I did double check the formatting, removed it and regenerated a second time with the issue persisting prior to reporting the issue. At that time I did not try different rendering engines.

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My conclusion is that it seems to work and that nothing needs to be changed
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