Re: [csswg-drafts] Anchor-based scrolling should be customizable like script-based scrolling is

"Snap scroll" as in the timing/easing/feel of the scrolling that happens when the browser executes the snapping, on release of the gesture, within a scrolling snapport. I have seen, in previous implementations, with both firefox and chrome differences in how a scroll looks/feels when it executes the programmatic scrolling to the snap point and how smooth scrolling behaves when executing a scrollTo() function. Safari has yet to finish smooth scrolling, so not sure there. In the example, if you scroll horizontally and see how the snapping scrolls on release of the gesture, do you think it would be beneficial for browsers to give the same timing/easing/feel to if programmatically a button was clicked and altered the scroll position when scroll-behavior is set to smooth? Though you say there is no independent _type_ of scrolling, from what I've seen, firefox and chrome have, at times in the development process, provided differing scrolling between smooth and snap visuals.

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