* list/org.el (org-fill-element): If a displayed equation (\[ ... \]) starts on its own line, it should not be filled into the rest of the text. I.e., some nice text \[ 1+1=2 \] more text. should not become, some nice text \[ 1+1=3 \] more text. While the above example may not look bad, with non-trivial equations this can become quite messy.
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