Sometimes I am unable to scroll down in the library window while trying to select a replacement image or to insert a new image. I have found that if I sort the images from old to new and back again it seems to fix the issue.
Hi @EMP_Marketing - thanks so much for the feedback! I have a couple follow-up questions for you to help me track down this issue.
- What browser are you using, and is it up to date?
- You mentioned it only happens sometimes...have you noticed any pattern for when this happens, or does it seem totally random?
I appreciate your taking the time to help us improve our product!
It seems to be totally random. I am using Chrome and it is up to date.
I see the same thing as well. All the time. Sorting doesn't help. Sometimes, but not always, changing to list view and then back to tile view helps. But not always. It is a major nuisance. Clearing cache doesn't help.
Chrome, up-to-date, Windows 10 pro, desktop. Also happens in Firefox.Screenshots:
1) Original load, sorted new-to-old. No scroll bar
2) Sort old-to-new, still no scroll
3) Sort again, new-to-old, still no scroll
4) If you hover on an image, a non-accessible scroll bar appears at right, but a) you can't get to it, and b) it is obvious from the length of the bar that it wouldn't give you any more than is already on the screen
5) Finally, for no rhyme or reason other than lots of seemingly pointless attempts to scroll up and down, it finally loads more images and a useful scroll bar.
Ok, so it's now June 8, and this is still happening. ALL. THE. TIME.
Not only do we get a horribly ultra-responsive and extremely challenging UI/editor to work with when designing emails, we get a horribly non-responsive UI for inserting images. Windows 10 Pro, Chrome latest.
This issue continues, but if you want to know the simple solution so you can at least do the work. . . Go the last-loaded image (lower right) and hover for a bit. Eventually the scroll bar will sort of appear, and sometimes you can actually grab it. \
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