Jan Paul Posma <> changed:

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--- Comment #1 from Jan Paul Posma <> 2011-01-26 21:25:55 UTC 
Yes, at first this was intentional, as testing showed that users noticed these
links long before noticing the tab at the top. However, it's too confusing for
current editors and doesn't make a whole lot of sense, so probably something
should be done about this.

Another option is to do open the entire page, but scroll to the position of the
section. Yet another option is to then open the section textbox, but this kind
of defeats the purpose of sentence-level editing. When opening the entire page,
there are some advantages, e.g. people can edit another thing on the page. The
[edit] links are useful because they show only the wikitext of one section, but
the new interface already fixes this.

Therefore, I'm leaning towards the option of opening the entire page but
scrolling to the section.

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