The issue is with parsing of continuation lines that end with a colon and do not begin with a comma.
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MsgBox 0, % ""
. "Title", Ends with a colon:
This seems to be intended, although based on a false premise:
// With the exception of lines starting with a comma, the last character of any
// legitimate continuation line can't be a colon because expressions can't end
// in a colon. The only exception is the ternary operator's colon, but that is
// very rare because it requires the line after it also be a continuation line
// or section, which is unusual to say the least -- so much so that it might be
// too obscure to even document as a known limitation. Anyway, by excluding lines
// that end with a colon from consideration ambiguity with normal labels
// and non-single-line hotkeys and hotstrings is eliminated.
Another workaround is to move , Text:
to the next line.