First, long time tt-rss user, first time poster … which I think is a testament to its outstanding usability.
After a much needed git pull … (running on latest master, php7, ubuntu, vps, etc…)
When reading a category I usually just scan the top line (combined + expanded) for the headline as I scroll along; reading only the articles that I find interesting.
IIRC, the old layout/render engine (viewfeed.js?) used to by default scroll all the headlines to the top, including the last 2 or 3 articles on the “last page” (i.e. leaving whitespace below them to the bottom of the viewport).
Is there a JS patch/code snippet I can apply to keep that old behavior? Perhaps a custom CSS padding or margin to add the whitespace necessary to scroll up?
I see in Article.js the methods ‘cdmScrollToId’ and ‘scroll’; maybe I can patch those? Can someone supply the code? I have played with it and haven’t come up with the right combination.
I can maintain a custom patch on my side easily enough, so I am not asking to commit to the repo.