Taken from this thread it seems aliases are expected to work with spaces but they do not if you have a latex expression.

### Steps to reproduce

Type below: --> On 0.9.17 type

[$g(\tilde{S}*T, \mu_0 \mid \tilde{y}*{T})$](joint conditional disribution)

### Expected result

[$g(\tilde{S}*T, \mu_0 \mid \tilde{y}*{T})$] should be a clickable rendered link

This does work if you have

$g(\tilde{S}*T, \mu_0 \mid \tilde{y}*{T})$

or

$g(\tilde{S}*T, \mu_0 \mid \tilde{y}*{T})$

### Actual result

In the rendered part you see the alias as text next to the link, i.e. you see

(joint conditional disribution)

as text.

### Environment

- Operating system: Windows 10
- Obsidian version: 0.9.17

### Additional information

I am not aware of the exact workings of aliases but other board members suggested this is not an expected behaviour. Please see the referenced thread for a short discussion.