Can you tell me what OS you’re using? Additionally, you appear to be on a much older version of the browser – the current Beta version is 1.27.84 at the time of writing this. Can you please try updating the browser (go to Menu --> About Brave to initiate the update) and then check and see if the issue persists?
Running Linux (the latest Mint but also run others such as Debian and Fedora).
Just upgraded to the latest Beta (from The Brave website, not from Mint as they don’t distribute the Beta) and the problem persists. While editing bookmarks (usually deleting) a few seconds later the page scrolls up to the top again. Very annoying.
I love the browser but this is a real bug-a-boo with me.
iPhone 8 Plus, iOS 14.6, Brave iOS 1.27.1 (184.108.40.206), no extensions other than what are installed originally by Brave iOS installation.
Editing bookmarks has had limited capability.
The last item in a long list of bookmarks, gets buried at the end, and you cannot reach it unless you add dummy-bookmark entries that take over the “last item” position.
Editing a long list of bookmarks (down the list) will cause the displayed list of bookmarks, as a whole, to lose position in the display — the bookmarks list, as a whole, bounces to the topmost item . . . and you have to scroll back down to see your edited work.
By “edit” - meaning that you can still create a bookmark, and you can edit its name and/or URL . . . but you cannot relocate the bookmark - IOW you cannot organize bookmarks.
I checked to see if the Bookmarks.html file can be exported? Yes; thankfully. And perhaps the Brave iOS team can be sure that a Bookmarks.html file can also still be imported (thanks).
20210717 Saturday - Note to Self - See “Editing a bookmark scrolls the list to the top #3938” at GitHub:
That address does not work, for Brave iOS 14.6, Brave iOS 1.27.1 (220.127.116.11).
Instead, the URL address field at the top of the Brave iOS window, assumes that you are searching for “brave://bookmarks/” and asks either your default search engine or your historically-used search engine (StartPage) to run a search for that string of characters.