Footnotes not shown properly when embedded using a block identifier

Steps to reproduce

There are two markdown files needed. A file named first file and another file called second file. The folder doesn’t matter.

Create first file and paste the following content into it:

![[second file#^my-sentence-id]]

![[second file#^my-list-id]]

[^two]: this footnote exists in both files

Repeat for second file:

I love obsidian.[^one] ^my-sentence-id

- I[^two]
- love [^three]
- obsidian ^[an inline footnote]


[^one]: footnote text
[^two]: this footnote exists in both files
[^three]: 333

You will now notice, that the footnotes of the second file are not properly displayed/rendered inside the first file. They show up as regular text.

It might be relevant to note, that footnote number two exists identically in both files.

Did you follow the troubleshooting guide? [Y/N]

Yes. It looks the same way inside the sandbox vault.

Expected result

I’d expect the footnotes of the second file to show up inside the first file properly.

second file

Actual result

Unfortunately, the embedded footnotes show up as regular text U_U

first file


	Obsidian version: v1.4.16
	Installer version: v1.4.16
	Operating system: Windows 10 Pro 10.0.22621
	Login status: not logged in
	Insider build toggle: off
	Live preview: on
	Legacy editor: off
	Base theme: dark
	Community theme: none
	Snippets enabled: 0
	Restricted mode: on


Additional information

This issue might be related to the bug report called Incorrect rendering when using footnote inside a callout 1.


Sorry if this is a repost, I searched the bug category for everything I could.

Thank you guys for reading!