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eirik_olsen #1
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Subject: relative links with unexpected behaviour
I'm trying to create a navigation menu with relative links showing to two child namespace pages.
(This is done on a pageheader page using the bootstrap3 template, but that shouldn't matter much as this seems to be a general syntax problem I don't understand.)

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[[.0:start]] / [[.1:start]]

The second link works just fine, pointing to the child page ".1:start" within the current namespace.
The first link, however, unexpectedly points to the start page in the parent namespace.

Why don't these two links behave in the same way?
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eirik_olsen #2
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It seems the problem is with using the character "0", because the link works if i change it to anything else.

Doesn't work:

[[.0.start]]

Works:

[[.00.start]]
[[.p.start]]

Because of different reasons i really want to use the character "0", however. Any way to get around this?
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