HTML5 Scrolling Panels Have Unexpected Blank Spaces in Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge

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Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge have a known issue displaying scrolling panels in HTML5 output. Both browsers often add extra padding to the bottom of scrolling panels so there can be a significant amount of blank space after your content.

Until Microsoft fixes the problem, you can avoid it by viewing the Flash version of your content or switching to another HTML5 browser, such as Google Chrome or Firefox.

Note: You'll also see extra space at the end of scrolling panels in CD-published output since it relies on Internet Explorer.