Fix "Clicking on a post scrolls to it" (again)
I appreciate that the "Clicking on a post scrolls to it" feature was improved, but the behavior is still not what I expect (i.e.: not the way Google Reader works, anyway).
Right now, the implementation seems to be "if a post's title is lower than the top of the reading pane and the post is clicked, scroll to it". This is a problem because I can be reading a post that is in the middle of the reading pane, select text, and boom it slides up, which is clearly unwanted. Also, it only works one way: when clicking on the bottom of the previous post (its top being hidden), it doesn't bring it down.
The expected behavior is quite simple: "if a post is not the active post and is clicked, scroll to it". (This emphasizes another problem with the current design: the "active" post should be more obvious, such as using a border-width: 2px, for example.)
I am completely agree. It is really annoying that TOR scrolls to the article when expands it. The option didn't seem to prevent it (using chromium 34).
Reuben Settergren commented
Yes, this setting seems to do nothing. I really want to turn it off, but I can't!
This is the most annoying thing (and a very annoying one indeed) about TOR right now, and it's made me look for alternatives. I'm using Firefox 22 by the way.
Joonas Iivonen commented
Also the setting doesn't do anything. It can be on or off and still it scrolls.