Steps to reproduce
JSfiddle with relevant comments are on stackoverflow.
“It looks like Edge doesn’t like uncertainty… Setting .scroll overflox-y to scroll instead of auto clears the problem. My guess is that when recalculation of elements styles and position happens on button hover, Edge removes scrollbar from .scroll, decreasing elements total width, then realizes it is exceeding max height, adds scrollbar again, but without considering adding it to total width - nudging its content to break lines… It is all just an analytic guessing, i might be wrong.”
Comments and activity
- Microsoft Edge Team
Changed Assigned To to “Steven K.”
Changed Assigned To to “Rick J.”
Issue seems to occur only when browser default button styling is applied.