Markdown code highlighting for more languages?

I was chatting to ChatGPT about programming code and I noticed that the code snippets in its replies were using a plain code block, leaving the frontend library to try and autodetect the language being used (e.g. it auto-detected C# for some OCaml code, and colour highlighted it).

I explained to ChatGPT that it could give me language-specific code snippets by adding a language suffix after the opening triple-backticks.

Subsequently it appeared to be using them, however it appears that Haskell and OCaml languages don’t have any coloured syntax highlighting.

For example this longer snippet is unstyled:
Screenshot 2023-03-28 at 16.16.24

I assume this is simply an issue with the frontend library used for code highlighting, or missing CSS rules or similar.

Wondering if this could be an easy fix/enhancement?

I am using the free version currently, not Plus/GPT4.

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I couldn’t post more screenshots in my original message

but here are examples - note how in all cases the markdown block has a language name, but only C# is syntax highlighted:

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