Hi Folks. In a German text I am using cross references to reference another chapter. This prompts Language Tool to complain because of the spaces. I assume this is because the chapter reference does not count as a word, but I was wondering if there is a way to fix this?
Example: "In Chapter [3.5.2] you can read more about this bug"
Also, I am getting "Selbstständige" marked when using it as a Noun. Am I getting it wrong and it should be written differently, or is this a problem with the rules? I know it is short for "selbstständige Erwerbstätige", but it is used quite commonly as a Noun, at least when spoken.
Example: "Häufig profitieren Selbstständige nicht davon solche Berichte zu erstellen"