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How can I display a literal '@' symbol in a Bitbucket comment?

E.g. I want to display "@Path" but using a backslash to escape the "@" character does not work. It renders the "\" and still tries to render "Path" as some kind of link or something.

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Hi Matt,

It appears you can't, which I'd say is a bug. I'd recommend raising an issue for it in the Bitbucket issue tracker, Answers is primarily a community site and not as closely monitored by Atlassians as our issue trackers.

cheers,

Tim

You could wrap it in a code block, if applicable.

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