CTRL+click on a jump to an equation doesn't work quite right
Version: 3.x - Scientific WorkPlace & Scientific Word
Holding down the CTRL key and clicking on an equation cross-reference moves the focus to a point right below the marker, rather than moving it exactly to the marker for the equation. This often leaves the equation off the screen.
This happens because the program moves to the immediate right of the object containing the marker. Thus, when a displayed equation occurs in the middle of a paragraph, a jump to the equation moves to the next line after the equation. When a displayed equation ends a paragraph, a jump to the equation moves to the right of the equation, just as you expect. In other words, the problem doesn't occur.
Unfortunately, we can't offer a workaround.
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