I have a Motorola phone on Android 8.0.0. The context menu (I guess it's called) changes position depending on where on the screen is long-tapped, opens with the bottom of the menu set to that point, but justifies to the top of the menu, or something; it's terrible, regardless.
When an item is near the top of the screen, this makes the menu like 1 cm long and you have to scroll over and over to get to the selection you need.
See screenshots (in the notepad screenshots, I'm long-pressing "Item 1" and "Item 10," respectively; e-mail shows the folder name).
How did this ever make it thru testing, or do they even bother with that sort of thing anymore?
How to fix this bug so that the menu just opens centered on the screen like any non-broken menu in at least Android 5 or before, or I think iOS 6 may have. Or is this a Motorola thing?