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Listen to the use of CDATA and line break.

If a RSS has the following:

<description><![CDATA[
line here
line here
line here
]]></description>

It's supposed to keep the description in the format that is given, also you're supposed to listen to the use of <br> or </br> or <br /> tags for example:

<description><![CDATA[
line here <br>
line here <br>
line here
]]></description>

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      • MultiPLXAdminMultiPLX (MultiPLX Administrator, MultiPLX) commented  · 

        We already honour line breaks as passed to us in CDATA sections. Is there any specific feed that you see a problem with? Usually the content in CDATA is HTML, where hard line breaks are not available, but we will be happy to debug.

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