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  1. PUBLIC - Liferay Portal Community Edition
  2. LPS-104629

Remove the space reserved for the topper above the fragment list in the page editor.

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      Remove the space reserved for the fragment topper above the fragment list in the page editor to provide a more realistic view of the page.

      In order to allow this it is necessary to change how the topper appears when the fragment reaches the toolbar. When it happens, the topper will move its position to inside the element instead of above it.

       

       

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      Test Scenarios Test Strategy Kind of test Is it covered by FrontEnd ? (JS-Unit) Is it covered by BackEnd ? (unit or integration)
      The header of fragment selected can reach the border of the management toolbar Smoke Manual No No
      The header of widget selected can reach the border of the management toolbar Sanity Manual No No
      The header of drop zone is next to border of the management toolbar by default on master page template Smoke Manual No No
      Assert the management toolbar will overlay the header and body of elements when scroll the content page down Regression Manual No No
      Assert the management toolbar is fixed in the screen when scroll the page down Regression Manual No No

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              Assignee:
              sandro.chinea Sandro Chinea
              Reporter:
              juan.anton Juan Anton
              Engineering Assignee:
              Sandro Chinea
              Recent user:
              Kiyoshi Lee
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