I'm using OJS 2.1.1.
As a reviewer, and viewing the Review section for article ID #7, I'm at URL:
At the top of the OJS screen, the navigation indicator displays the path:
Home > User > Reviewer > #7 > Review
The "#7" hyperlink points to the URL:
However, that's the Review section for article ID #3.
Following the "#7" hyperlink to URL ".../submission/7", the navigation indicator displays the path:
Home > User > Reviewer > #3 > Review
The "#3" hyperlink points to the URL:
If I click on it, I'm taken to Active Submissions, as the URL presumably doesn't exist. (There *is* a submission #3, as mentioned above, but it's the URL ending in "submission/7" that takes me there.)
Regarding hyperlinks in the navigation indicator, as reviewers appear to be constrained to the Review section for an article (i.e. they can't access the Summary, History or other sections pertaining to an article), the "#7" in the path indicator shouldn't really be a hyperlink at all (as it is for an editor, for example) because there is nothing for a reviewer to access "one level up".
If the "#7" *is* a hyper link, I think it should just point back to the current page (the Review section for article ID #7). It certainly shouldn't be a hyperlink taking me to the Review section for article ID #3.
I'm confused about the URL construction and the article ID # (I'm guessing sections are accessed by article # + offset, but I haven't looked at the code). However, OJS seems to be confused as well, and it simply trys to use the article number (ID #7) in the URL, leading to article ID #3.
Is this a bug, or am not understanding something?