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I managed to workaround the same problem by enclosing an expression in code syntax, using the backtick (`). `book[/bookstore/@specialty=@style]`


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From the dashboard of being signed in, there will be sub-menus of: Overview Pull requests Issues Snippets Click on the "Pull requests" navigation menu item and then click on the "Mine" that appears on that page. You'll see something like the following: That page will list all of the pull requests you've created on Bitbucket. If you can't see that as ...


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The easiest way would be to close the duplicates, and cite the original issue. closing #4 as duplicate, see #2 'closing' and 'see' are keywords that automatically change '#4' and '#2' to links for those issues. You can do this in a commit message or when you resolve the issue in the Issue Tracker. More information here: Available commands



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