[Dojo-interest] ScrollPane in IE
daniel.carrera at zmsl.com
Fri Dec 14 13:13:41 UTC 2007
Thanks Jay. That's a very good solution. I tried it and it works well.
Better yet, it appears that the scroll bar is only visible when the
ScrollPane fails to work. That's great. It means that you can use the
scroll bar as a backup, for when ScrollPane fails to work. Which is
important, because ScrollPane is experimental. It's good not to rely on it.
So I'm very happy. Thanks!
I think I'll still try to get ScrollPane working on IE. But now the
issue has gone from "critical" down to "nice to have". :-)
Jay Onda wrote:
> You probably like the fancy animation style stuff, but if all else
> fails, can you just use css to control the overflow of the dom?
> So then you can do something like:
> var x = document.getElementById('foo");
> x.style.overflow = auto (or scroll-x /scroll-y)
> I never used the scrollpane before, but i know that if you're up at
> 12:30 am, something working is better than not working and pretty.
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