Mobile keyboard hides composer using Microsoft Edge on Android

Recently I updated my Microsoft Edge browser to v101, and I find that the keyboard will hide the composer so that I cannot see what I am typing. This problem occurs on Edge higher than v101.0.1210.53. I can reproduce it on Meta, but I cannot know what’s wrong and how to fix.


Firefox on android is affected.

Interesting, I can reproduce this via BrowserStack on Firefox for Android 96.1.1, both here on meta and on a separate site that has last been deployed about a month ago.

Can you repro @Falco @Dax? If you can check both Edge and Firefox for Android, it would be great.

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No repro on Edge v. 101.0.1210.53

No repro on Firefox v. 100.3.0 (Build #2015881499)

EDIT: I can repro the issue on Firefox if I open the keyboard when I’m at the very bottom of the page


I can not replicate on Edge or Firefox using Moto G50

Even when trying

Tested on Meta and local dev.


Can reproduce on and other forums.

Here’s an example of me replicating this bug (on


I have this problem, too (using Edge on Android). This essentially makes discourse unusable on mobile.

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Hey @lassoan If you scroll up slightly, the composer takes the screen and you can use it as normal so it doesn’t necessarily make it useless, it just makes it a nuisance.

For me it is not just a nuisance. I cannot make the editor and the keyboard appear at the same time. No matter where I scroll, the keyboard always occludes the editor. I need to type completely blind.


I have a proposed fix up at FIX: Better virtual keyboard detect on Android by xfalcox · Pull Request #17200 · discourse/discourse · GitHub but there is a upstream Chromium bug that I need to wait to be fixed before merging it.