Visual distinction between definition and link
Currently, the links to a requirement is indistinguishable from its original definition. This makes incorrectly used macros rather hard to find and sort out. Furthermore, it raises the entry level bar for newcomers to understand RY
I'll implement that:
It's hardly visible, but for those who don't like it, here's how to deactivate it until the next release:
Go to Confluence Administration > Stylesheet,
I don't have a clear opinion about the actual design. For my purpose it is just important to make them distinguishable.
Very interesting feedback. Does the difference has to be prominent or subtle?
For example, what if original keys were bold and links weren't?
Other suggestion, original links don't need to be links, because they don't link to anything. Do you think the concept would be easier to grasp if I showed them as plain text? I would still display the lozenge (the outline of the key) and the pop-up would still display on hover.