Hi all I noticed that the link format with only single colons for the Info node like info:org:Feedback stopped to work. Now I am confused about the difference of info:org#Feedback that is documented as a link to an info _node_ in [[info:org#External Links]] but never used in org-manual.org versus info:org::Feedback that is not documented in org-manual.org but used for all Info links there, like for example in the section info:org::Activation for the link to Key Binding Conventions.
Currently both link formats can also be used for links to Info _index_, for example info:org::table.el and info:org#table.el Should there be a different link format for Info node versus Info index or not? Who would prefer (my favorite) | =info:org::External links= | Info node, preferred format | | =info:org#External links= | (alternative format) | | =info:org#table.el= | Info index, preferred format | | =info:org::table.el= | (alternative format) | or who would prefer | =info:org::External links= | Info node link | | =info:org#table.el= | Info index link | or who would prefer something else? Michael