We'd theorized that links taste better when blue, a subtle effect caused by a mental association with fake blueberry flavorings. But we were wrong. Instead, we got a pungent cyanobacteria aroma.
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That's just how it's always looked when you make a link on an image. The dotted line is the same as for text links, except for some reason displaced a line below the image. I agree it doesn't look great, and I'd love if they fixed it, but it's not a total accident.
Weird, looks like that character just flat out doesn't exist in latest Android. Not really sure how that happens.
Anyway, we've got a slightly different arrow we use in other places that does work so starting with the next build the arrow in the top bar will be replaced with that.