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safari scroll causing z-index div to bounce

Posted on 2016-11-17
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section-2 of this page, when you scroll slowly with Safari causes the Div to "Bounce"  Any ideas on how to fix it?
http://0c8.88c.myftpupload (DOT) com/

It is the grey div that appears.  It jitters and bounces when you reach the bottom with the scrollbar.
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There is definitely some scrolling issues with this page and safari. I can't even scroll "normally" as it just triggers a really slow scrolling action.

A slow scroll through safari doesn't "bounce" and I mean SLOW...whereas a fast scroll does.

I would look into the js and css that is controlling the scrolling here, something doesn't seem quite right.
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