//[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User talk:TwinsMetsFan|TwinsMetsFan]] 19:22, 16 November 2009 (UTC) wrote://
When quickly scrolling up and down through a large list in the make list window (by clicking and dragging the slider in the scroll bar), some of the entries overwrite each other in terms of how they are displayed. The entries themselves are fine; however, some of the article titles have the names of the articles that were above them listed on top of them. For example, one of the entries of the list I have open right now is for [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New York State Route 470|New York State Route 470]]. It should read just "New York State Route 470"; however, the displayed text is "New York State Route 470" with the words "New York State Route 446" (the article above it in the list) overlaid on top.
**Duplicate:** Make a large list (the list I noticed this on was 215 entries long) and scroll up and down using the method described above
**OS:** Windows 7
**Version:** 18.104.22.168 rev5636, but this issue existed in the last snapshot I used (I think it was around rev5580 or so) as well.
# Ignore the garbled text and use AWB as usual.
# Clicking on the garbled entry (highlighting it) will correct the displayed text.
# Scrolling slower (using the arrows and/or by clicking in the scroll bar) doesn't seem to cause this issue.