Stop autoscroll after manual scroll, when a web page is loading
I have a number of web pages that I visit on a daily basis to check for any new activity. They are in a bulletin board so, while I started the pages, I do not control all the content on them. I need to scroll down to the bottom of each of these pages to see any new posts. When they load and all of the real content (the posts) have quickly downloaded, I try to scroll down. But the page constantly jumps back to the top over and over again and I must start scrolling anew. I assume this is due to remote content coming from other sites (ads). This wastes my time every day. I have tried reversing the order of the posts so the latest ones are on top, but there are problems with that also. I have also disabled the autoscroll Firefox feature, but this behavior still persists. The BB software does provide a means of getting links that point to places down the page and I am using them. But I still need to scroll to see what I need to see and small jumps back to the starting position are just as bad as larger ones to the top of the page. Is there any way of stopping this automatic scrolling after I have initiated even the slightest manual scroll of the page? If I, the viewer, scrolls the page, that means that I WANT IT in a different position. I don't want it to jump back to where IT wants to go. Here is one of these pages:
I have Win 10 and Firefox 72.0.2.
- Shockwave Flash 32.0 r0
- User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64; rv:72.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/72.0