It's difficult to efficiently go through a large page and edit it section by section. Example:
I have a dokuwiki page with sections A,B,C,D,E,F, and it takes (say) three screens to show it all.
I click on the 'edit' button for section A, make changes, hit 'save', I'm back to the page and scrolled to the top. This isn't so bad.
I scroll down and realise I need to make changes to section D. I click on the 'edit' button for section D, make changes, hit 'save', and I'm back at the top of the page again. I need to scroll down again until I find section E, and if I change that, I end up at the top of the page once again and have to scroll to edit section F.
Because of the repeated scrolling, I never use the 'edit' buttons, because losing my place like this is a pain.
Feature request: If Dokuwiki remembered where I'd scrolled to and put me back there when I'd finished my edit, that would be great, or even just went to the #sectionE marker after an edit to that section.