Hi! I'm new to Twine and this might be an obvious one, but I've had some trouble finding an answer. I'm using Harlowe 2.1.0 in Twine 2.2.1.
I have two slight problems and I suspect they might share a solution.
First, I'm trying to apply the "rumble" style to a passage link. When I do, Twine creates an extra passage with a [ in front of its name; it has the arrow linking to it, but when you actually click the rumbling link, Twine takes you to the correct passage, not the extra one. This might not be an issue in practice, because the reader won't notice, but it seems like weird behavior and I want to make sure it won't break anything later, especially if there's a better way to do what I'm trying to do. I'm guessing the problem is the triple brackets?
The other similar instance I've run into is when I tried to use click-replace on a link and the same thing happened.
"I think so."
(click-replace: "I think so.")[[[.........]]]
(text-style: "rumble")[[[Start the main engine]]]
I appreciate any help you can offer!