Testing version: Version 2.0 (9803)
What were you doing: Inserting a footnote link
What feature did you use: Footnotes
What happened: Footnote reference number is formatted the same as the footnote, if it’s in a line right after text or another link.
What did you expect to happen: If a footnote reference is placed at the beginning of the line it should always have the correct formatting
unfortunately, footnotes definitions requires an empty line before to work.
I didn’t know that, I thought this was a bug.
But I did find a bug, if I type in a letter, the footnote style changes, only for the number of footnotes, which number of characters I typed.
For example, I have 3 footnotes, if I type 2 characters in the empty line above them, the style of the first 2 changes.
Apart from a typed character, a delete is also counted, so 2 typed character + 1 delete, will change the style of 3 footnotes:
The style only changes back if I clear that line again.
Oh yes, that’s a small glitch.
Thanks for the bug report.