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Lately I have found a very frustrating problem when adding small grapic items to a note which already has numerous small graphic items.

I typically want to add a new line somewhere in the note and copy a few small graphics onto that line. I have been doing this for as long as I can remember.

Now, however, having added one grapic to the newly-created line I am transported to the top of the note, from where I have to scroll back down to the line on which I was working. In a note with many lines that is not something to be taken lightly.

Ok, I could do a workaround like putting a special bookmark there and searching for it rather than scrolling down.

Better, though, would be to simply remain on the line where I have been working as has previously been the case!

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I have had the same problem for 2+ years with Evernote. There are a number of actions (such as pasting certain types of content) which cause the editor to inexplicably scroll back to the very top of the page.

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Fix is coming in 6.1, available soon.

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@emerick, 6.1 has been released, and this auto-scrolling to the top issue has not been resolved.

It seems this has been reported many, many, many, many times, and it has still not been fixed (in Windows or Android).

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Not that it will make any difference, because Evernote should have been aware of this problem for years and has still not fixed it, but I just opened a bug report for the Windows version and a bug report for the Android version for random scrolling to the top. There are numerous different actions that cause this random behavior.

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