With MyInfo I can link to a specific paragraph within a document (create an anchor).
(right mouse click on the spot / line where I want to link to ---> then choosing the option "Copy Link to This Paragraph
" from the context menu)
I am aware that these anchors (their paths/adresses) are saved (at least the recent ones) under:
Insert ---> Hyperlink ---> "Link to: File or Web Page" ---> list with "Recently used links"
The problem: The number of entries in this list becomes quite long by the time and so usually it is difficult to identify a certain anchor which I would like to use a second time (perhaps days or even weeks later). The alternative is to create a new (second) anchor at the same spot but I would prefer one single anchor for a certain spot (line) in order to have everywhere exactly the same reference to this spot.
So my idea would be the following:
I can see within a document where I have set an anchor by a small symbol -o
It would be fine if whenever I go to the line where this anchor is located, a right mouseclick would open the context menu with an additional entry that says something like "Show the path of the anchor
" (perhaps even instead of the option "Copy link to This Paragaph", as anyway only one anchor per line makes sense). Then a click on this option would show me in some way the path of this specific (already existing) anchor (for example highlighted within the above mentioned list of "Recently used links"; and something similar for older ones).
Maybe that anyway for technical reasons this idea is not feasible at all, but at least I wanted to mention it.