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  1. Problem In the apply master pages dialog, if you move the mouse down, the masterpages auto scroll, making it difficult to select the right master page. This happens in Publisher 2.2.0, Windows 10.19045. If this behaviour was intentional, it would also work when I move my mouse up, but this is not the case. Video to illustrate 2023-09-24 11-25-09.mp4 Steps to reproduce 1. Create a new document 2. Create several masterpages, enough to make the scrollbar appear and preferably a few extra (about 10 will do). 3. Go to a document page and right click > apply master... 4. Click on the dropdown for the masterpage and move the mouse down 5. Notice how the dropdown scrolls down by just moving the mouse to the last item and if you move fast, the dropdown moves to the end of the dropdown at once.
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