Can't scroll after sessions to see words/leaderboard


After a session when it displays the words reviewed/learned or the leaderboard, I’ve found that I can’t scroll down to see them, and I can’t tell if it’s marked as difficult.

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(Kevin Memrise) #2

Thanks @maggiekarp!
It sounds like you’re also seeing this one

We have a bug for it in our backlog and will let you know when it’s resolved.

(Amanda Norrsken) #3

I had this happen to me when using Decks on my phone.

I did a speed review (just for fun to see what the experience was like, which was mostly good, btw, better than on the memrise app) and when I was done, I could only see the first few words that had been reviewed, but couldn’t scroll down to see what the words were.

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(DW7) #4

Thanks @kevin5284 - Yes I reported this here:

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After completing a level or session I can not scroll down (nor page down) to see how I did past what is currently shown on the screen.

Nor how others have done (on the next screen).

UNLESS I minimise the screen font size aka zoom out.

(Dylan Nicholson 548) #5

If you use TamperMonkey or a similar browser plugin that can execute scripts after pages load, it’s easy to fix. You just need it to do: = 'auto' = 'auto'
(Judith Ain64) #6

I am having the same problem, and it is really annoying. The only way that I can see the words I was just practicing is if I make the print on the page really small. That really impedes my learning experience when it is so tedious to try to see the words I was just studying that I do not bother when I would really like to check certain words that I did not recognize or had difficulty with. I have generally been using Google Chrome Version 74.0.3729.131 (Official Build) (64-bit) on Mac OS 10.13.6. Having just tested this on my other browsers, I found that I also have the same problem when I use Firefox Quantum 67.0b19 (64-bit), Safari Version 12.1 (13607. or Opera Version:58.0.3135.127.

(Dylan Nicholson 548) #7

If you’re using Chrome then Tampermonkey with the above script for all pages on* will work.

(Dylan Nicholson 548) #8

The problem is body { overflow: hidden } in your css file. Just change it to auto and everything is fine, except it causes a double scroll bar for pages where the html element has overflow: scroll, so that should use auto too.