Scrolling in stash broken

I'm noticing inconsistant behavior while scrolling on pull requests sometimes. This occurs sometimes when I'm looking at a diff of a pull request, with my mouse over the code - some sort of javascript triggers on scroll and adjusts the scroll location, sending me jumping around the page, typically in the opposite direction than I'm scrolling in. This either results in me scrolling extremely slowly, as I make very little progress; me not scrolling at all as the jumping cancels out my scroll, or me jumping all over the page before managing to reach my intended destination. I'm using google chrome on a 2012 MBP.

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Do you happen to see some warning or any sorts? Perhaps something like https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/STASHKB/Pull+request+is+too+large+to+render?

Can we have some screenshots of the problem?

Hi I have noticed the same problem on Windows 7, Firefox 28.0. It seems to happen when viewing side by side diff. If I slowly scroll down (mouse scroll or using scrollbar arrows in the browser) and that causes the top left part which has logo and the name of repository and project to be partially or completely obscured there is a jump of more than 500 lines ahead. If I do a longer scroll with the mouse it doesn't occur.

This is similar to my experiences; I've never seen it in sidebyside diff (but I don't use that very often so that might contribute). Short vs long scroll doesn't tend to matter for me.

Thanks for the answer, I'll check it out after we upgrade to newer version.

For posterity: Daniel created a support request, and after closer inspection I believe he is seeing https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/STASH-4537which is being fixed under an issue key that combines multiple bugs: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/STASH-4499.

We are currently working on this and expect to release it in an upcoming bugfix release.

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