„Next fetches“ box on the store page has a presumable unnecessary fixed height
The very central/important/often used „next fetches“ box („Nächste Abholtermine“) on the store pages (page=fsbetrieb) is way smaller then necessary, so you see only the next two fetches at once and you have to scroll up and down inside this tiny box to find free slots during the next weeks or – if you are store manager (so called BIEB) – to find entrys that need to be confirmed.
All foodsavers are affected, especially BIEBs
This is caused by the specification „height: 250px“ in the following two HTML tags:
<div id="scroller" class="scroller" style="overflow: hidden; width: auto; height: 250px;">
<div class="slimScrollDiv" style="position: relative; overflow: hidden; width: auto; height: 250px">
If the declaration „height: 250px“ is changed to „min-height: 250px“ in the div-Tags above, the effect should be the wanted.
Possible side effects
Or is there any side-effect requiring a fixed height here? But if I change height to min-height here in the inspector on different browsers and window sizes, everything works properly.