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Should we use code-blocks (not for code)

No. I've done it myself but after frequenting another SE community learned that is has negative effects and is frowned upon. Inline Code Spans should not be used for emphasis, right? https://gaming....
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Should we adopt <kbd> borders for images that blend into the post?

I'm probably more insistent on proper semantics than most people, but I would definitely be against abusing <kbd> or <blockquote>. If I saw it as a suggested edit, I'd definitely be ...
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Should we adopt <kbd> borders for images that blend into the post?

I havn't read through all of the related discussions you posted and it's not completely clear from your question, but this isn't something we would permanently want. This annoys me sometimes, but ...
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Should we adopt <kbd> borders for images that blend into the post?

Not a fan of this. Besides the semantic side of the argument (which I have absolutely no knowledge of), I do think the <kbd> formatting looks way worse, especially because of the lack of a ...
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Bullet formatting

There could be some improvements to the CSS regarding nested lists. Currently the spacing between list items is more than the space between the nested lists first item and its parent list item, like ...
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Bullet formatting

EDIT: @CAI was right, it's not the last-child rule that's to blame for the weird lay-out. It's the fact that text in a li element is not seen as a li-element when the li has a ul nested inside of it. ...
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Bullet formatting

At least some of the spacing issues is due to the markup formatting. If you look at the markup you will notice there is inconsistent line breaks between list items, outer_wall is the only top level ...
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