As the title says, I am unable to create a footnote that has a definition. According to the documentation,
[fn:NAME: a definition]
should be a valid footnote, but my Emacs doesn't recognize it.
[fn:NAME] is recognized as a footnote, but if I add a second colon anywhere, it is treated as regular text and is not linked to by footnotes.
Does anyone know how to fix this (assuming it isn't a documentation bug)?
I'm using Emacs 28.2 from the railwaycat brew cask for MacOS (M1) with org-mode 9.5.5.
C-c C-con any
[fn:1]in the following, it takes me to the first one where the footnote is defined and LaTeX export works as expected:
* This is a footnote test\n This is a footnote to [fn:1:Some footnote]]\n * And another\n This footnote[fn:1] refers to the same footnote.\n * ... and another\n This is another footnote[fn:1] referring to the same text.\n(you have to supply the missing newlines where indicated to reconstruct the example).