Did you ever experienced this behaviour when the parent container starts scrolling once the child scroller reached its full extent .
If you're a victim of this problem anytime than you might have used CSS property
overflow-y: hidden on the parent container or might have used
You don't need to use such hacks anymore. There is a CSS property to control such overflow effects. Just apply
overscroll-behavior on the body to prevent it from happening anywhere.
overscroll-behavior: contain; /* or "none" */
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