I think I have an example of this:
In a text box I have a list of protocols in the form of pdfs - one on each line linking to a file:
When I want to add a new protocol to the end of the list I click ‘return’ to move to a new line.
I start writing:
Protocol 2020-09-01.pdf <— now has the same link as the one before, but I want to link it to a new file. I link it to the new file.
If I do that Protocol 2020-08-01.pdf gets its link replaced by that new link.
What I need is to cut off the link between the two, so each has its own link.
I do it now by first removing the link for both (though the previous is correct), then go back and give Protocol 2020-08-01.pdf back its original link, then give the new Protocol 2020-09-01.pdf its new link.
Or, I copy Protocol 2020-08-01.pdf and on the next line paste it, then modify the date, remove the link. Then give it the new link. Then go back to the original and give it back its proper link.
I would prefer to copy and paste, then modify - without affecting the previous line’s link. Some easy way to cut off a link from future text. Maybe an option-return or option-command-v?
I hope I made it clear.