Thank you for confirming.
Yes, I run the following (no snickering):
OSX 1: 10.13.6 > 2012 Air - its end is near but has life left to give…
OSX 2: 10.14+ > Work issued.
I renamed many parent notes to have more unique names and added date/time identifiers where necessary.
However, the criteria for a multiple-match feels a little loose. I am seeing linked note “conflicts” because of matches in the body, not the title. Tightenting to title only would allow for user experience to be smoother.
In the same light, asking to create a note where a [[link is clicked]] and no note matches feels redundant. [] is a purposeful action - one that is not replicated by accident like say a “-” would be. Therefore creating a new note is my intended behavior. I recognize the purpose is to avoid creating unnecessary notes. I rather delete the unnecessary and stay in a flow state.
FWIW - and knowing I say this with love for Drafts: The changes to note links feels slower, less intuitive, and disruptive to creating and navigating…