I believe this is fixed. In any case, code blocks look better in lynx (but only when the in-line download links are disabled). I've also disabled the in-line download links for Anonymous Monk (for now).
Let me know if the code blocks look as good as they used to.
Update: Looking at the HTML produced and how lynx rendered it, my only guess was that having a DIV inside of the PRE made lynx stop honoring the PRE. So now the inner DIV is not produced if there is no need for two containers (one containing just the code and one containing the code and the "download" link). Adjustments welcome.
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