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  1. Confluence Server
  2. CONFSERVER-41035

Editor shows at half height when using Chrome 50+

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      Description

      NOTE: This bug report is for Confluence Server. Using Confluence Cloud? See the corresponding bug report.

      Problem

      Using Chrome 50, Confluence editor will render half its height, causing UI usability problems, see the screenshot:

      Normally, the button bar would appear at the bottom of the browser, and the editor would take the full height. It works fine in Chrome 49 stable release and other browsers.

      Steps to reproduce
      1. Install Chrome 50.x
      2. Open Confluence and edit a page
      Cause

      The affected version of Chrome introduced the following bug that is related to the issue: display: table-row; doesn't work with height: 100%; .

      Workaround

      Apply the following stylesheet to Confluence Admin > Custom HTML > At end of the HEAD

      <style type="text/css">
      #content.edit
      { display: table-cell; }
      </style>
      

      Note: If the workaround appears to revert after a restart, but the custom HTML is still present, verify that there are no space level customizations in the affected area.

      Resolution

      Upgrade to a release that contains the fix (Confluence 5.9.7 or higher).

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