I was sure that the
" character is called double quotation mark and
' is called single quotation mark -- until I opened my InDesign CS6 and noticed that
" is called double quotation marks (sic). Plural.
- Is it at least grammatical and syntactically correct?
- Is it common?
I never saw that
" is referred as plural, but on the other hand Adobe is creditable company and InDesign is creditable software.
ps InDesign CS6 is from 2012 year, and since I have not tried newer versions,the wording might be corrected since then.