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Resolved inline comments leave comment markers in source code and is corrupting text

After resolving inline comments, the inline comment markers are left in the source code. If there have been several rounds of edits with comments being placed and resolved several times, the source code becomes littered with these resolved inline comment markers.

Sometimes, the marker falls in the middle of words creating a line break in the middle of a word. This manifests in rendered pages as a space in the middle of words. This problem exports to PDF documents as well. To fix the problem, it's necessary to edit the source code and remove all old inline comment markers - in our case an extremely tedious task.

We don't remember leftover resolved comment markers being an issue until recently.

We are running Confluence 6.6.1 Server with Chrome 51.0.2704.84 m (64-bit) on Windows 7. We will be updating to Windows 10 soon.

Any ideas? Thanks.

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Any findings here?

No - unfortunately not.

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