This appears to be a known issue (cp. [[User:wrh2|here]]): "Template inclusion breaks section edit links (numbering off). Update: for now I've disabled section editing on pages that use template inclusion. This isn't a long-term solution, but thus far I haven't come up with a good way to handle this issue." Not being able to edit individual sections created from templates renders the whole template concept unusable for us. We need something like a form which shall be used by many different (technically unexperienced) users; editing the entire page and using variables is a lot less intuitive than just clicking a section's "Edit" link.
Disabling section editing for template generated pages entirely would be a (not too beautiful) workaround (cp. [Feedback#<nowiki>__NOEDITSECTION__</nowiki> not working]). --[[User:tapaya|tapaya]] 30-Mar-2009 02:36 PDT
: This is actually a really tough bug to solve cleanly - the only workarounds I've come up with have been some pretty ugly hacks to the parsing code. The [[Latest News]] page on jamwiki.org suffers from the same issue you've described. I'll try to bump the priority for getting this resolved, but I'd first like to get a 0.7.1 bugfix release out so it may take a while to get resolved. Sorry! If you're comfortable with Java feel free to have a look at WikiHeadingTag.java as well as the parseSlice and parseSplice functions in JFlexParser and see if you've got any ideas. – [[User:wrh2|Ryan]] • ([[User comments:wrh2|comments]]) • 31-Mar-2009 08:38 PDT