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Chase.com web site doesn't work well when I use Firefox (works fine with IE). I first log on to chase.com, then select "Show Activity" for my Sapphire credit c

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Chase.com web site doesn't work well when I use Firefox (works fine with IE). I first log on to chase.com, then select "Show Activity" for my Sapphire credit card to look at recent transaction details. After I click in the "body" of the screen (i.e., not using the scroll/slider bar), when I then use the down-arrow button to try to scroll thru Transaction Details of my Chase Sapphire credit card account, when I release the down arrow key, the display always ends up at the very bottom, instead of stopping where I had positioned the cursor.

I'm using Firefox 41.0.1. I've submitted this complaint/fdbk several times thru Chase.com fdbk, but have seen ZERO response from Chase. Is there something I need to do in Firefox environment to resolve this nagging problem?

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Version 8 Update 60 Release date August 18, 2015

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Do you have "caret browsing" turned on? If you see a vertical bar in the document after clicking in ordinary web page text (not an editing area), then you have caret browsing turned on.

The difference is that in regular mode the down arrow key simply scrolls down by a few lines at a time. In caret browsing, the distance is determined by the structure of the page, for example, regular text vs. images vs. plugins, and therefore the results may be less predictable.

If you have caret browsing turned on accidentally, you can turn it off using one of these methods:

  • F7 key
  • on the Options page --
    • "3-bar" menu button (or Tools menu) > Options > Advanced
    • click the General mini-tab
    • uncheck the box for "Always use the cursor keys to navigate within pages"

If have caret browsing turned on intentionally...

I'm less familiar with its behavior. Here are some thoughts with that in mind:

If this is an ordinary scrolling division in a web page: Perhaps there is a problem with the display running behind so Firefox has actually stored enough key repetitions to scroll all the way to the bottom and just hasn't shown that yet?

If this page you are viewing is a PDF, another user reported a problem with using caret browsing in the built-in PDF viewer where keys do not work as expected. You might want to switch to a different PDF viewer in that case. This article has the steps for that: View PDF files in Firefox or choose another viewer.

Does any of that seem relevant?

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Thanks very much for your quick reply. I tried F7 on/off, no improvement in behavior. PDF article doesn't seem relevant.

However, I have found that I am able to achieve the desired behavior (scrolling using up/down arrows) if I click on a "+" or "-" button in front of any of the transaction detail lines. Desired behavior remains until I click ANYWHERE else in the detail text. The +/- buttons cause the transaction line to expand/contract to provide more/less details, e.g., McDonalds, food, date, location, rewards points, etc. If I click anywhere else, the bad behavior returns, but I can get back to good behavior by clicking on the +/- button of any of the detail transaction lines.

Hopefully these more specific symptoms may lead us to a solution...? Thanks again for your help.

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Clicking the +/- button may lead the down arrow to move through a more regularly structured part of the page. What about the Page Down key, does that work within the list?

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Like the Down/Up Arrows, the PageDown/Up keys also do not work correctly unless I first click on any of the +/- icons which are displayed to the left of the detail transactions. Once I click on + key, then Down/Up Arrow keys and PageDown/Up keys work correctly, permitting me to scroll and view desired sections of the detailed transaction list. Any idea how to correct this behavior, without having to click on the + key first?

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No, I think I'd have to get "hands on" with the page to guess why it's doing what it's doing. I may not have noticed such a problem before because I have the habit of using the mouse scroll wheel in such cases instead of the keyboard. Firefox will scroll the part of the document that is "under" the mouse pointer at the time.