I'm creating a novel in Scrivener 3.0 that makes heavy use of footnotes. In recent compile tests on a chapter, I'm finding that on one page the footnotes are being displayed laid on top of the text at the bottom of the page. This only happens on one page, and keeps happening regardless of if I move the footnote's source/order around etc. The footnotes will compile to .docx, but not to .pdf correctly. In fact, the page where this problem occurs has 3-4 footnotes that are not being compiled as footnotes at all, but as hoverable, broken links with names such as "scrivcmt://6D63D1EB-D043-45C5-936C-722D24AC073F". This, I believe would be the internal link within Scrivener to the footnote, however for some reason those 4 are not being converted into actual numbered footnotes in the pdf compile.
I've attempted compiling in multiple formats to a .pdf, and I've tried deleting footnotes (in case having 16 in one chapter was too much for some reason). I've checked that each footnote is in default formatting, and that no strange formatting exists around the footnote on the page. I've provided below screenshots of the page where they are failing for unknown reasons. One interesting note is that when I compile to .docx all the footnotes are there, but one of the missing footnotes is duplicated. I have no idea why.
I was able to work around the problem by removing nearby em dashes and by separating my footnotes by more space from each other in the text, but this feels like an imperfect solution. Why would scrivener not be allowing multiple footnotes close to each other when compiling to .pdf? Why would em dashes conflict with anything?