We've got a nasty issue. A lot of our documentation consists of large pages. For a better navigation within the page, we use a lot of anchors. If one of those anchors is accidently formated as heading, it is also recognized by the TOC-macro.
If you add a link to a heading-formated anchor somewhere on the page and click it, the link points to the TOC listing.
STEPS TO REPRODUCE:
* Write a page with several headings
* Put an anchor somewhere on that page and format it as heading (h1-h6 work fine ... doesn't matter).
* Create a link pointing to that anchor
* Add the TOC-macro on top of the page
* Click the link.
I don't think that this is an error. The toc-macro lists all the headings in the page. If your anchors are headings, the macro is doing its job fine.
The other way round: if someone creates a heading as an anchor intentionally. How would you explain him / her that this heading is not shown in the toc ?
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