Steps to reproduce
- Create a file name that includes a #. Eg “test # test”
- Create another file, and link to the first.
- Attempt to open the first file via the link.
- Observe how you cannot because the # is read as a header link.
A) #s are banned in file names (just like ? / < etc). I prefer this option.
B) #s in file names allow the files to be linked to.
#s in file names are not banned, and they do not allow the file to be linked
- Operating system: Ubuntu 18.04
- Obsidian version: 0.10.1
I know this is a weird bug hehe. I stumbled upon it because I was trying to create notes on c#