I am working on a document in Hebrew that has footnotes in it. Hebrew is right to left, as opposed to English which is left to right. In some places, the footnotes references come right after numbers and not words. When the footnotes references are after words, they are in the right places - to the left of the right-to-left Hebrew word. But when the footnote reference is after a number, the reference is to the right of the number, instead of to the left. As if the number of the footnote reference is the same "word" as the number in the text and should continue the left-to-right direction of the number that has the reference right after it.
How can I fix it so that the footnote references are always to the left - including after digits?
Between the number and the footnote reference you need to insert a
Type > Insert Special ME Character > Unicode Markers > Right to Left Marker
Another question: this does work for the specific place I have the cursor on, but what if I want to apply this to lots of footnote references in the document? I have hundreds of footnotes references and lots of them might be next to digits and on the wrong side of the digit. How can I arrange it that the footnote reference be in the right place in all the places - in one step? Is there a Find/Change GREP maybe that can do this or something like that that would work so I don't have to go through the document's footnote references one at a time?