IIRC his tactical orders were just to conform with the movements of the flagship when a given hoist was up. Tryon reinvented this 40 odd years later in the RN to cut through the incredibly complicated signalling they had developed but rammed one of his own ships with the result that the whole idea was lost until post-Jutland AARs
THE LOSS OF H.M.S. "VICTORIA." (Hansard, 23 June 1893)
At the height of their naval domination, the Royal Navy suffered one of their worst naval disasters. Matthew Wright examines the loss of HMS Victoria.