When choosing to link a button to a page, remove hard coding of links to a page even if it gets moved.
I have discovered an "error" or possible limitation of an existing feature when linking to pages through buttons.
For example, I set a button to go to page 9. Later I drug that content to a new location in the document (page 2), thus changing it's page number. However, the button no longer went to the content that was now on page 9, it jumped to the content that was original there when I set that button.
Can we have the set page number option just link to the current page even if content was moved around after setting up a button.
Uwe Laubender commented
To rephrase this feature request:
We need a link to a page position in a document.
For example: Link to the 9th page in a document.
As it is right now: The link goes to a specific page object and not to a position of a page in the document.
So if you set the link and the page is moved around later in the document the link would go to the wrong page position.
FWIW: This should be an addition to the link destination and not a change in the already established feature to link to a page.
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