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I wanted to write:

You can include furigana with the syntax [kanji] {kana}: see my edit.

But it displays [kanji]{kana}, with is not very useful to the OP. I tried single and triple quotes (for code): I get furigana. I tried html comment: it displays. Adding a space works (as above), but only if I want to get the syntax to display wrong.

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    [漢字] {ふりがな} ... あれっ、できた?^^ – Chocolate Feb 11 at 13:17
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Put a zero-width space in between the [kanji] and the {kana} parts, and it'll show up the way you want.

With zero-width space:

[kanji]​{kana}

Without zero-width space:

[kanji]{kana}

You can type ​ to get a zero-width space in an answer, but in a comment you'll probably have to copy-and-paste it from somewhere (like Wikipedia).

  • [kanji]​{kana} ...あっ、できた ^^ – Chocolate Feb 11 at 13:30
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Put a space or hair space between [漢字] and {ふりがな}.

[漢字] {ふりがな}

(^^)v


ゼロ幅スペースが挟まったものをコメントからコピーして貼ると:

[kanji]​{kana}

あ、やっぱりコピペするとダメなのね・・

  • But if the OP were to copy and paste, it would not work. – Mathieu Bouville Feb 11 at 13:25
  • ですよね...... (T_T) – Chocolate Feb 11 at 13:25
  • @MathieuBouville I guess you can say not to copy-and-paste in your comment. – snailcar Feb 11 at 13:27

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