Description of problem:
With Fedora 31, Firefox is using Wayland by default, instead of X11. When a long dropdown menu is open, last items are not reachable.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Having the versions above, open Firefox.
2. Open many tabs and bookmark them into a single folder into the bookmarks bar under address bar.
3. On the bookmarks bar, open the new folder.
The dropdown is too long so not all bookmarks can fit on screen. The dropdown overflows the computer screen and last items are not reachable. Attempt to scroll does nothing.
The dropdown menz should resize so it does not overflow the screen and all items are reachable after scrolling.
A workaround exists - install firefox-x11 package and use the proper launcher to open Firefox.
Jan, can you look at it please? Thanks.
Are you using scaled display settings? I am able to re-produce this when running wayland at 200% scale (hidpi). 100% scale works fine (on a 1080 display).
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