Files/links dragged over Anytype result in endless scroll

The Issue
When a file is dragged over Anytype (specifically one of the program’s edges) but not let go, Anytype begins scrolling. If the user does not move the cursor (with the file being held down) to another part of the program, or does not let go of the file (via releasing click), this scroll usually does not stop, rendering the user unable to use mouse navigation.
The scrolling continues upon exiting the object or moving to another part of Anytype (usually via search), and only stops once the file is again dragged on top of Anytype — this time, dragged to the centre.


To Reproduce

  1. Either open an object or a set with a vertical scrollbar.
  2. Drag a file over one of Anytype’s edges (generally, top or bottom edges work best)
    *The bug occurs inconsistently; numerous attempts may be required to replicate.

Expected behavior
Anytype will scroll while the file is being placed over the app, but will stop once the cursor is no longer over it.

Additional Information
This bug also occurs when links (especially image links, e.g. from Discord) are dragged over Anytype.

System Information:
OS: Microsoft Windows 10 Home (Version 10.0.19042)
Anytype Version 0.24.0

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Hard to reproduce :sweat: I didn’t get it yet.

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Sorry about that! Here’s what the entire process looks like.

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Thanks for the video :+1:t2: I confirm this bug.

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Fixed in version 0.25.0.