Ok; bit of a subjective one this, but here goes. When viewing a *long* page of text/html, zooming in, say two steps (Cntl++) will cause you to lose your position down the page. One may have to scroll two or three pages to refind your position in the text. HOWTO REPRODUCE / TESTCASE ========================== 1) Go to http://lartc.org/HOWTO//cvs/2.4routing/output/2.4routing-15.html ( it's a long page). 2) Scroll half way down the page. 3) Highligh a line of text (this is just to mark where you are). 4) Zoom in a few times (Cntl++. 5) Scroll up/down to the line that you highlighted. 6) Notice how far you have to scroll to get back to your original position in the text. EXPECTED RESULT =============== The (highlighed line / line you are viewing) should remain midway down the screen.
Assignee: Matti → attinasi
Component: Browser-General → Layout
QA Contact: imajes-qa → petersen
Changing QA contact
QA Contact: petersen → moied
Using build ID 20020416 on winxp(pro) http://lartc.org/HOWTO//cvs/2.4routing/output/2.4routing-15.html is not a valid URL, tried another long page at http://bpdg.blogs.eff.org/ zooming by Cntl++ does resonable zooming
*** Bug 132834 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Summary: zooming loses scroll position → Text Zoom loses scroll position
As bz pointed out in the dup, this might depend on bug 60307, "Images loading above top of window can cause scrolling up". See also bug 139832 (for resizing windows), which suggests an approximate method of getting the right scroll position that involves keeping the scroll percent rather than the number of pixels.
*** Bug 163025 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
This seems like a duplicate of Bug 64926
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 64926 ***
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Closed: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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