[Bug 262661] FreeBSD documentation: long HTML: references to items within the same document should not switch away (to short/split HTML)

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Date: Mon, 21 Mar 2022 09:05:13 UTC

--- Comment #3 from Graham Perrin <grahamperrin@gmail.com> ---
Similarly, under

> …
> * Understand the basics of UNIX® and FreeBSD. 
> * …

The link within that sentence leads away from the non-split version, to the
split version of the Handbook, which is a drag (reloading, orientation etc.)
when the long version is preferred. 


I imagined some kind of automation, for links to not behave in this way. Did I
imagine wrong? Is it necessary to maintain the two versions of things such as
the Handbook, in isolation, in parallel? 


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