It moves not much but it's irritating and looks not so good.
Is it possible to force the layout not to move?
If you are using a Mac and the movement is vertical, then you are seeing Apple's "rubber banding' effect. This is annoying, I agree, but it is a feature in OS X. It indicates that the window contents cannot be scrolled vertically any farther.
SetZoom Level script step and lock
That was already done. It's not fixing it.
Resize window to fit then zoom and lock? In my experience this works.
Layout slightly bigger than screen size?
I use a trackpad. it's only moving when I use two fingers at the same time on my trackpad. The layout is not so big, the window size is only 1006px wide.
If you use a top nav layout part you can get some up/down movement even when locked. If you change the Top Nav to a Header this should stop when locked.
Do you know if I can turn it off?
Not true. It still happens. Sorry about that.
You cannot turn it off. It is part of OS X behavior. The thing I mentioned earlier works in iOS.
If you add a top Nav in OS X /macOS you will drop the bounce lower into the layout under the Nav part.
In older versions of OS X, there was a terminal setting (see below) that turned off rubber banding. Some have reported that this no longer works on recent versions. Since it is a system setting, all apps, including Safari, will be affected.
OS X Rubber Band Scrolling In Terminal type:defaults write -g NSScrollViewRubberbanding -int 0 It should work after you relaunch your applications. To undo this change, run this command in Terminal:defaults delete -g NSScrollViewRubberbanding
OS X Rubber Band Scrolling
In Terminal type:
defaults write -g NSScrollViewRubberbanding -int 0
It should work after you relaunch your applications.
To undo this change, run this command in Terminal:
defaults delete -g NSScrollViewRubberbanding
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