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.cms-overflow class on html makes whole page unscrollable after window resize #6566

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benzkji opened this Issue Nov 28, 2018 · 0 comments

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benzkji commented Nov 28, 2018

Summary

When logged in and not in editing mode, if a make the browser window smaller than 1024px, my html tag gets the cms-overflow class, which results in a page that can no more be scrolled at all. A fresh reload solves the problem. To reproduce, make the viewport bigger than 1024px, and smaller again.

Expected behaviour

The cms leaving scrolling as is.

More infos

Downgrade to 3.5.2 solves the problem.

Environment

  • Python version: 2.7.14
  • Django version: 1.11.latest
  • django CMS version: 3.5.3

@benzkji benzkji changed the title from .cms-overflow class on html make whole page unscrollable after window resize to .cms-overflow class on html makes whole page unscrollable after window resize Nov 30, 2018

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