It’ll put in a new footnote anywhere your cursor is, including there. Not sure if triggering the command using the command palette is the defining factor here. I’ll check it out tomorrow
Edit 1: ohh I think I understand what you expected to happen. Placing your cursor on one of those footnotes at the bottom, then hit the hotkey and cursor gets placed to where the footnote is on the text. That… Doesn’t work yet, jumping back currently only works if you started with creating a footnote
Edit 2: Oh man, @Klaas – This whole thread and for example your oddity is why I love building these plugins together.
First off, I would have never have come up with what now seems like a completely obvious missing feature (the shortcut).
Secondly, the whole jumping back idea also makes so much sense. Including what I believe was your oddity where you wanted to jump back regardless of which footnote detail you’re on. GOOD CALL.
Release 0.0.3 now allows to jump back to the first occurence in the text from any footnote detail.