Steps to Reproduce:
- Go to Wikipedia in Chrome.
- Edit a page.
- Enter many lines, e.g.
(1) (2) (3) ... (98) (99) (100)
- If you have a tall edit window, resize your browser so that it's about 25 lines.
- Navigate so that your cursor is at the beginning of the line "(50)"
- Press Enter
A blank line is entered. There are no other changes to the display.
A blank line is entered. The display jumps so that the newly added line is off the top of the window and not visible, and "(50)" is the first line visible.
- I'm seeing this on Windows.
- It doesn't happen in Firefox, Edge, or IE, only in Chrome.
- It's been happening for a very long time so it's not due to a change in Chrome or in the wiki editor software.
- It also happens (and is even more annoying) when you copy/paste text ending in a newline rather than pressing enter.
- To skip the setup steps in the reproduction, you can go to https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User:Danbloch/sandbox2&action=edit