There shouldn't be any browser warnings when the pagechange event is triggered
Describe the bug
Both the ComboBox and DropDownList don't work as expected when configured in a virtualization scenario. The issue is related to skip value available in the event handler of the "pagechange" event. When you scroll the virtualized list down and then start to scroll in back in the upside direction, the value available in the event.skip property is at first being changed to a number that is bigger than the current "skip" value.
The result is that if you are currently at element 5000 in the popup list, and decide to scroll in the upside direction, the list will display items with an ID bigger than 5000 and the scroll in the upside direction will start from this new position.
When scrolling the items in the ComboBox or DropDownList components, the lists should behave the same way no matter if they are configured in a virtualization or default scrolling mode. When the list is scrolled, its items should move up or down without jumping to records that are not in the same direction as the scrolling.
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The Vue native ComboBox and Autocomplete do not support the value-render prop and slot, so a selected value cannot have a custom display. The DropDownList does however - they should all be consistent in this.
A warning appears in the console when the Open and Close events of the ComboBox are triggered.