In relative path mode, always add `./` in front of links for files in subdirectories relative to the current file

In relative path mode, always add ./ in front of links for files in subdirectories relative to the current file

This is particularly important since Obsidian doesn’t use a front / in absolute path mode and this creates confusion and ambiguity.

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Maybe if this feature gets attention, the following issue will be taken care:

Obsidian has trouble creating new notes from “Relative path to file” links