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Weird behavior with hooks that start with links (Twine 2 Harlowe)

edited January 2016 in Help! with 2.0
I've been writing a twine 2 Harlowe story and noticed unexpected behavior when I create a hook that starts with a link like this:

(if: $var is true)[passage link]

twine automatically populated the new passage but instead of titling it 'passage link' it titles it '[passage link' with a leading [ that shouldn't be there.

Then I need to go and rename this passage to get rid of the leading bracket. The link will now work - but the arrow will be removed!

Can someone explain if there is a way to make a hook start with a link and not get this strange behavior? It works fine if I start with a space instead of a link, but this seems strange to me.


  • This is a known issue, just add a space character between the first [ and opening [[ of the markup link.
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