We have one of many user guides and use the documentation theme. When you drill down into a child page and then hit back on the browser, it comes back to the top of the list rather than holding the position on the page that it was on. If you're going through it one by one, you have to keep scrolling back to the point you were at?
Is there a way to return to the exact point on a Confluence page (where your mouse previous was) when hitting back on your browser?
I believe that remembering the scroll position is the default behavior for browsers, but some browsers have problems with this.
I just tried this on Firefox 17 on a Confluence 5.5 wiki page using the Documentation Theme, and the back button remembered the scroll position with no problem. (So there is nothing in the Confluence code that interferes with this.)
But this did not work on Chrome 27. I see this has been reported as an issue with Chromium.
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