Properties key values `true` and `false` reserved for booleans

I deleted the template, sorry. A picture is worth a thousand words.
I do words (etymology). One of my notes is named, which causes issues in the new Properties feature.
This word is not allowed either as title or as an alias, ostensibly because it is reserved for false <> true cases.

I tried removing the keys and values with “real” true underneath, but the issue persisted.
Title cannot be capitalized True and is shown with a tick and a triangle, and the alias is empty, although it is there in Source mode.

I just checked, the same thing is happening in my file’s Properties.

Pretty niche case for there to be action made on this, or doable? I mean, this can be bigger, even.


EDIT. Solved it with double quotes for now, but still, good to know about it.

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yes true and false are reserved for Booleans. you must use “true” and “false”. This comes from YAML not from us.

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