First off -- I'm not sure if this is possible. I looked into the SqlA docs, and couldn't figure out a way to do this with RST. If there is a way and consensus, I would be glad to do the busywork on this idea....
The docs are getting hard for me to read and reference. They're absolutely great in content -- it's just the interface.
The two big issues I've encountered are:
a- Many classes in the docs require paginating across dozens of screens to see all the available methods.
Session are good examples. I think they'd benefit greatly by an "Section Table-Of-Contents". RST doesn't seem to support that though.
a- The narrative docs are amazing, possibly the best in Python. But there is no "API Reference" style documentation online, where one can quickly navigate into a specific module or method. I think it might be worth adding to the docs generation (online and local) some automatic API output , along the lines of what Twisted does with pydoctor or Pyramid does with Sphinx.