Steps to reproduce:
- Open an article in VE and scroll down
- Click somewhere in the article body
- In 2010 editor you get scrolled right back to the top of the article however the cursor stays where you clicked.
- In 2017 editor similar behavior occurs however it's not as predictable - click around a bit/hit enter and you get scrolled to the top at some point.
Problem does not occur in Edge.
I went to Internet Explorer 11 and found a huge problem while editing a page in "Syntax Highlighting" feature. I tried to edit a long page in that mode, like an article about the letter "V".
At 2010 WikiEditor (Enhanced Toolbar enabled), I scrolled down the page and clicked on the editing window. Unfortunately, the editing window sent me straight back up to the beginning of the page.
I disabled the Toolbar(s) to try this out in 2003 WikiEditor (one without toolbars) and 2006 WikiEditor (one with old-school toolbar). I tested out the page in those WikiEditors. The issue is the same in those WikiEditors.
This applies to only Internet Explorer version(s), I think.