I have a particular document in which whenever I use a hyperlink
to go to some content, it jumps to the beginning of the page
or the table containing the target location instead
of directly to the target location. Why is this?
If the target location is within a table, then the jump will always
be made to the row of the top-level table containing the target location.
This is a limitation in positioning the content of a table.
The workaround is to disable table layout.
If the page does not contain anything that looks like multi-column
tabular data, then it is probably not necessary to view the
content in table format.
To disable table layout for a document you are viewing,
do the following:
In Disable table layout mode, iSilo displays
each cell of a table on a new line and wraps the content to the
width of the display.
- Go to the Options menu and tap Display.
- In the Display Options dialog, tap the
popup list trigger for the Layout field.
- Tap the Disable table layout entry in the list.
- Tap OK to accept the new setting.
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