In the area above where the Heading contains Home Topics Hubs, etc plus the options beneath it which can be placed in the heading. Rather then allowing the heading to scroll up out of sign with the rest of the messages/posts why not freeze the Heading and allow the messages to scoll up and down underneath the Heading. This I believe would reduce the number of times for jumping to the bottom and the top of topics by freezing the Heading one never looses sight of the options available to them.
That's my suggestion
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