Gradebook scrollbar is cutting off the last row of student names within several browsers


This behavior has been resolved and deployed to the production environment as of 5/8/24.


Within the Gradebook if you have enough Assignments to create a scrollbar at the bottom of the screen, as well as enough students to fill the screen, you will notice that there is a scroll bar that cuts off half of the very last students grades after scrolling to the bottom of the page.

Expected Behavior

The scroll bar should be displayed below the very last student’s grades.


  • Use Firefox as your browser instead.

  • Use the gradebook filters to bring the last students into view manually.

Steps to Reproduce

  1. Create a course with enough Assignments to create a scrollbar at the bottom of the Gradebook screen (on my end it was 6 Assignments).

  2. Create roughly 25 enrollments in the course

  3. Go to the Gradebook and scroll down to the last student while using Chrome, Edge or Safari browsers, notice that their grades are cut off by the scroll bar.

  4. Open the same Gradebook in Firefox and notice that the last students grades are full cells, the scroll bar is listed below the cells instead.

Additional Info


Known issues indicate notable behaviors that have been escalated to the Canvas engineering team. Known issues are not a guarantee for an immediate resolution. This document is for informational purposes only and does not replace the Support process. If you are encountering the behavior outlined in this document, please ensure you have submitted a Support case (per your institution's escalation process) so Canvas Support can adequately gauge the overall customer impact and prioritize appropriately.

Labels (1)