I'm not sure whether this is the expected behavior or not, but I noticed that I am unable to scroll up/down after clicking in the left sidebar in Differential. If I click back into the main page body, then I can scroll again as normal.
Actually, I have same issue.
But in my case, I use mobile chrome browser. In mobile chrome browser, the Diff section is not react my finger touch.
(I use android KK, and latest chrome browser)
Well, this is kind of involved.
The issue is that we draw the background with a position: fixed; div. This allows us to make sure it has 100% height even if the body content is shorter, and doesn't require an image.
The image requirement is less important now because we have automatic inlining with data URLs of small images, so the obvious solution is to switch to using an image. However, the image pretty much has to go on <body /> to make sure it has 100% height even on pages with less than a full page of content. This interacts with how we build pages, and interacts with D11507. Conpherence also does a bunch of stuff with the floatey div that I need to look into.
So I'll fix this at some point, but probably after Quicksand / Conpherence are further along and I have other reasons to be in that code. Some workarounds are to click outside the menu before scrolling, or not click the menu in the first place, or use a non-Webkit browser, I guess.
My tentative fix here was:
- Put a background image on the <body /> (it will be inlined with a data: url anyway, so it doesn't cost us anything).
- Remove the position: fixed div.
This gets tricky because the side nav needs to somehow tell the body to add whatever class activates the background image, but that stuff needed some refactoring anyway, ideally, to make the mobile nav stuff more automatic.
This is fairly involved, though.