I have a simple but frustrating problem. I really like to use underscores in my passage names (for example, "introduction_1"), and this works just fine in Harlowe 1.2.4. I am trying to convert over to 2.0.1, but doing so makes Twine think all my references to passages are clumped temporary variables.
(So if I reference that passage, "introduction_1" in a (goto:) macro, it thinks I am trying to reference a temp variable called "_1" which I guess just resolves to null.
Do I have to go through my whole story and add little apostrophes before every single underscore? Or is there an easier way to avoid this problem?
I tried it in 2.0.1 and things worked fine when quoted.