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When you change pages on the ICN content list widget, go to the top of the next page vs. using the location from the previous page
The IBM Case Manager in-basket widget uses ICN content list widget to display the contents. If the In-basket has more items than will fit on a single page, when you navigate to another page, the view remembers the location from the page you were on when you changed pages. For example, if you scroll to the bottom of the first page of in-basket, and click the page number, 2, to go to the second page, the view remains at the bottom of page 2 vs. moving the scrollbar to the top of the page.
If you are reading through a list of items, it would be more natural as you scroll through the data to go to top of the next page, as this is the next item in the list. When you reading a book or a list of items, when you flip the page, you start at the top of the page, but that is not how the content list widget works.
This behavior is also seen if you browse documents in an object store using specifically the 'browse' feature in ICN.
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