I'm working on a SWF application at the moment.
The main view-state is quite a long page, containing about 30 different subsections, each of which has a html anchor tag marking its position on the page.
Each subsection then has an add/edit button that lets you add/edit the information in that subsection. Clicking this button causes a transition to another view-state, where the user can actually change the data. The editing needs to take place on another page, since the volume of data that can be entered for each subsection is massive, and I don't want it to appear on the main view-state as it may not always be relevant for the user.
When they are finished editing the data, they click a finish button, returning them to the main view-state.
However - if the user is editing the data for a subsection that is half way down my main-view state, I want to be able to return them to this point, using the anchor, rather than just to the very top of the main view-state page, as they will then have to scroll half way down the page to get back to where they were.
Is anyone aware of any way to do this?
Any help would be much appreciated!