Describe the problem you’re having:
I remember this was discussed earlier, but I can not remember (nor find) if Fox could not reproduce or there was no way to fix it. I apologize if this was investigated already.
The issue is for some feeds with short articles, I can scroll with hundreds of articles with “Ctrl+Down”.
For feeds with longer articles (that exceed the width of the screen) I can not go further than 30+30 (more on this later) without reloading the feed.
If possible include steps to reproduce the problem:
Subscribe to https://www.theregister.co.uk/headlines.atom and https://cms.qz.com/feed and wait untill there are about 100 unread articles for each.
In combined expanded mode, select the first feed and scroll the articles with “Ctrl+Down”. I am able to reach the last one.
If you select the second one, once you scrolled the first 30 articles, typing “Ctrl+Down” won’t do anything. If I go through the article with just the “Down” key, once I reach the end of it, TT-RSS loads the following 30 articles, which I can scroll again with “Ctrl+Down”. If the unread articles were more than 60, the only way to go through the remaining, is to “f+r” the feed.
tt-rss version (including git commit id):
Tiny Tiny RSS v19.2 (5829ee9)
Platform (i.e. Linux distro, PHP, PostgreSQL, etc) versions:
Shared hosting, PHP 7.1.30, 10.1.40-MariaDB-cll-lve
Please provide any additional information below:
Tried with Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge