I could swear @Jerud had reported this before, but I couldn’t find it because probably it was reported back in Slack.
Given a [[link that points to a single other position (the tally counter shows 2 on the link).
When you click on the tally counter to see the linked items the list of items comes up showing:
a) This item
b) The linked item
You click on (b) to bring up the linked item
- Nothing happens and the dialog just closes leaving you at the original location. This happens when the linked item is out of view in any of the existing panes.
- If the item is actually in view in any of the existing panes then it is highlighted in blue.
So behavior 2 is useful, but behavior 1 renders the linking capability useless. The linked item should be brought up regardless of where it is (in another pane or document).
Just clicking on the link does work correctly and jumps to the linked item in the same pane.
Ctrl clicking on the item brings up the popup but doesn’t jump to the item, leaving you at seeing your whole outline sitting at the top of the outline.
Ctrl-Shift-Clicking also works correctly and opens another pane with the linked item.
In general this happens when you are sitting in both the source or the destination link.