Remove the feature where clicking at the top or bottom of a cell takes you to top or bottom of the spreadsheet
Remove the feature (or make it optional) where clicking at the top or bottom of a cell takes you to top or bottom of the spreadsheet. Inadvertent clicks make it infuriating.
[Deleted User] commented
HEY IDIOTS-JUMPING TO THE TOP OR BOTTOM OF THE COLOUM WHEN MOUSE CLICKING ON A CELL IN JUST THE WRONG SPOT IF F-CKING ANNOYING. WHY CAN'T THIS CRAPWARE FEATURE BE SHUT OFF?
These inadvertent jump to bottom of list has been annoying users for decades. Not a feature request, just a bug fix request!!! (anyone ever used that on purpose?)
Moreover the existing option, besides having unacceptable drawbacks, is certainly NOT explicit.
Disagree entirely - I have always found this feature very useful!
Sean Lawyer commented
YES YES YES this "feature" (BUG) is absolutely one of the most INFURIATING in Excel -- PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE add a setting to turn that specific "feature" off, or change this to use some key combination instead of just double-click (like shift+double-click) because I understand some people might actually find it useful, but for cases where you have very large sheets and/or use very low zoom settings to see many cells at once, people must resort to disabling drag-fill to get around this issue (which is ABSOLUTELY NOT an acceptable workaround -- I do not have any interest in continually going into settings to change that setting when I need to do a drag-fill, then turn it off again to avoid this BUG). Hope that is not too emphatic. 8^D
Kenneth Barber commented
I think you mean "Let us turn off the feature where double clicking on the edge of your selection moves your selection to the edge of the spreadsheet".