STR: 1. With the phone in portrait orientation, load a long page. 2. Scroll to some unique headline about half way down the page. 3. Rotate phone to landscape orientation. RESULT: The landscape page is at a different scroll position. Rotating the phone back to portrait mode restores the expected position. Safari does not have this problem. Chrome for iOS has a similar problem, but its landscape scroll position is much closer to the original portrait scroll position than Firefox's. This might be related to or a dupe of bug 1233036.
This issue is still reproducible on latest master (0da9bd79a8efda)
status-fxios-v6.0: --- → affected
tracking-fxios: --- → ?
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