response from my developer @hw621LG V20, Chrome. I am not saying that it won't scroll. You know how you can pull down the page at the top to refresh it? It won't let me do that.
Ah, Chrome has a pull down to refresh feature. It typically only works if you’re at the top of the page and pull down more from there though. He’s probably pulling down on the sticky header when he’s further down on the page expecting it to work, but it doesn’t work like that. Tested on Chrome on my phone and it works as expected.
So if he scrolls to the top of the page and pulls down from there to refresh it should work.
Thanks for the efforts. Unfortunately, I tried a few times, making sure I was not pulling the sticky header but it still does not work. The features works on other pages. It worked on the old version of the forum. It even worked for the first couple days after the upgrade and just stopped working for the last two days. Now every time I refresh the page I will have to open the menu and press the refresh button.
Thanks.Top two will be gone when the new site launches. The third is an ad. I assume you are using an ad blocker?
I'll second that. I typically only browse the Transportation and Infrastructure forum, so being able to click that link once I got to the bottom of a thread without scrolling back up made catching up in the forum a breeze. The desktop site has it, the mobile site does not.
Figured something out: As you flick and coast to scroll a thread on a mobile device, the coasting always stops at the bottom of the lower ad. If you deliberately scroll a second time, then the link to the thread's parent forum is revealed.
Hi UT.Though I like the overall upgrade, I wish it were still possible, after looking at a thread and using back-button to get back to previous page at the point you left it. It now always brings me back to the top of the page so I have to scroll down again to look at other threads that interest me.
I also hope progress is being made on putting back the (duplicate) navigation bar at bottom of page (as before).
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