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Rubber banding when you reach the end of a page

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raulpesch
Occasional Visitor

I noticed that 'rubber banding' when you reach the end of a page is enabled in the latest Canary build (75.0.121.1). While I love this feature for regular scrolling it would be nice if there was a way to disable it.

 

We ship a single page web app which is suppose to be static with a vertical scroll box containing names. Since the app is single page, there is no need to hint that you've reached the end of the page. This actually negatively impacts the user experience and was one of the reasons why users prefered Chrome over Edge.

A setting/flag to allow users to turn this off in Edge Chromium would be appreciated.

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@raulpesch 

That is a great development request.   I will make sure that the product team sees it

 

Gabriel