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  1. Hi there, this is a small, but slightly confusing one. Suppose you add a hyperlink to a string of text (“like this”) and change that string of text (“like that”), while the hyperlink is still assigned, i.e. is active all along the letters of the new string. Then the label of the hyperlink that appears in the Hyperlinks Panel does not change accordingly. The label will remain identical to the original string (“like this”). Well, that is confusing, and it gets more and more confusing the more links you have … I know that I can change the label string manually, but this is not how it should be. Please don’t tell me it’s by design. That would be bad UX design, for sure. Of course, it is nice to have the option to override a label string, but as long as a user doesn’t change a thing, the app should be smart enough to reflect the changes made. Thank you for having a look, Alex URL.mov

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