I don't know if this has happened to other hubbers or how many of you even do this but, as a matter of course, I usually put scientific names in Latin in italics in brackets after the English manes of plants and animals I am writing about. Recently I discovered that in most of my hubs where I had done this there is now an unwanted space after the last letter in the brackets.
This is really annoying because it means I have to meticulously go though all my hubs that have flora and fauna in them and edit top remove the spaces that I never put there in the first place! It makes me look as if I am a sloppy writer who doesn't check over his work which is not the case!
If you are a writer that uses this practice of enclosing botanical and zoological names in brackets too I would check your hubs and see if you have the same problem as I do!
Do you observe this formatting issue only on existing Hubs or is a space being inserted in new Hubs that contain square brackets?
I wonder if it is a combination of square brackets and italics.
Do you have an example Hub I can look at?
It is not with square brackets but with this type: ()
Yes, the problem is only on already existing hubs but that makes it a big problem because many are about flora and fauna and it means I have to go through correcting them all. Here is an example I left with the spaces showing: http://tenerifeislander.hubpages.com/hu … water-fish
Ah, so it is related to parenthesis () .
I have sent this issue to our engineering team to see if they can determine what might be the cause.
Thanks for bringing it to our attention and your continued patience.
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