I expect that the portion of the page up to (and including) the line I'm expanding/collapsing will stay put when I do that and any change in its length will occur below. However, in Web/Windows, sometimes this isn't the case and the page is scrolled up or down upon expanding a bullet so that the cursor needs to be re-aligned with the arrow to collapse (or the other way round). This makes it a major pain to look through lists where every line needs to be expanded and then collapsed again one by one. The amount and direction of scrolling doesn't seem to follow any discernible logic.
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