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Some odd scrolling occurs on load, so the aimed section is not visible anymore, in Safari (?)
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Description

There is an annoying bug in Wikipedia. At editing, some intempestive scrolling occurs, so the aimed section is not visible anymore.

Navigator: like Safari. The bug probably occurs with Safari 7.0.6 Mac too.

I go to the article of Wikipedia: http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mesures_d'expulsion_en_droit_civil_français
The section “Les conditions communes aux opérations d'exécution” is entirely visible, from its title to its final “.”
For this section, I click modifier
I land in the visual editor of Wikipedia.

Expected result:

No intempestive scrolling occurs. The section is still entirely visible, from its title to its final “.”

Observed result:

Some intempestive scrolling occurs. Now, the section is too much up, so it is not visible at all.

It would be nice to correct this bug.

Thank you.

Event Timeline

Nnemo created this task.Nov 6 2016, 5:50 PM
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Jdforrester-WMF renamed this task from At editing, some intempestive scrolling occurs, so the aimed section is not visible anymore to Some odd scrolling occurs on load, so the aimed section is not visible anymore, in Safari (?).Nov 15 2016, 8:27 PM
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I've tested this in desktop Safari 10; the window does not scroll in either direction (so the head of the section is slightly obscured by the toolbar, but still visible). The cursor is in the correct position, at the start of the first paragraph after the header.

Can you give some more information?