First line heading with urls not displayed properly

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12 Jan, 2016 04:27 AM

// Please enter a detailed description of the issue
// Description of the issue:

First line heading with urls does not display properly. Only the url is displayed in Marked 2, not the heading.

// Please enter a list of steps required to reproduce the issue
// Steps to reproduce:

1. Put “## [heading](url)” in the first line of a markdown file.

// If applicable please attach a sample document that causes the issue for you.

// Configuration (do not edit)
Marked 2 910 (Direct)
OS X Version: 10.11.2
allowPageBreakInCode: 1
bookTxtIsLeanpub: 0
codeIsPoetry: 0
collapsibleHeadlines: 1
convertGithubCheckboxes: 1
convertYAMLToMMD: 0
defaultMathJaxConfig: TeX-AMS-MML_HTMLorMML
defaultPreviewStyle: GitHub
defaultProcessor: Discount (GFM)
enableMiniMap: 1
excludeBlockQuotesFromCounts: 0
excludeFootnotesFromCounts: 0
excludeVerbatimFromCounts: 0
excludeCaptionsFromCounts: 0
folderPreviewExtensionsArray: md, markdown, txt, mdown, html, opml
githubNewlines: 1
h1IsPageBreak: 0
h2IsPageBreak: 0
hrIsPageBreak: 0
includeMathJax: 1
limitTextWidth: 0
minimalJavaScript: 0
permissionGranted: 0
printHeaderFooterFirstPage: 0
processHTMLFiles: 1
removeMetadataForPreview: 0
removeYAMLHeaders: 0
scrollToEdit: 1
shouldDetectCritic: 1
shouldHighlightMarkupErrors: 0
shouldLoadCritic: 0
syntaxHighlight: 1

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Brett on 12 Jan, 2016 05:04 AM

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    This is a product of the discount processor. As detailed in other threads, you should be able to circumvent using reference style links.



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