--- Comment #7 from Cor Nouws <> ---
(In reply to Dean from comment #6)
> I had not imagined more than one jump back, since the reason for the initial
> jump was to refer to a value in a previously named cell.

Clear, resaonable!

> It has occurred to me that a reserved name ("RETURN", perhaps) added to the
> name list when a jump to another named cell was performed might meet the
> need.  It could be instantiated and added to the list when a jump occurred,
> and once "clicked" to return to the initial cell, it could be removed from
> the list.

Thanks for commenting and the idea Dean.
I hadn't thought of that. Only key strokes come to my mind spontaneous ;)
A reserved name seems OK to me (but it's two clicks :) )
(note, we also have 'manage names' in the list Name Box)
Another option would be a small widget right if the Name Box..?

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