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Joe Jenkins <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Side note: Anyone know how I can quickly make a tag from Netscape
> Navigator that allows me to save/cut/past a bookmark that points to
> that part of the document where you scroll down about 3/4 of the way.
> I know how to do this from edit mode but that involves saving the
> document first.
Crit (crit.org) does something similar to this via creating 'external links', links that are not in the original document but in a separate database.
Perhaps a more immediate solution is for everyone who publishes lengthy technical documents to use 'a name' tags for each paragraph or table - even if never referenced in the document, it would allow others to make such in-document links.
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