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Re: Scrollbar CSS representation [Re: Proposal]

From: Jens Müller <jens@unfaehig.de>
Date: 03 Oct 2001 16:07:23 +0200
To: "James Aylard" <webmaster@pixelwright.com>
Cc: <www-style@w3.org>
Message-ID: <lww.1002118043.fsf@jens.unfaehig.de>
"James Aylard" <webmaster@pixelwright.com> writes:

>     A UA that does rely on scrollbars to display overflow content *should*
> display scrollbars even when there is not enough content to overflow the
> container, if the overflow property is set to "scroll" [1]. IE, for
> instance, will create disabled scrollbars in such a case.

And in the other case (overflow: hidden) it does not display
scrollbars, but allows scrolling with cursor keys anyway? I have not
tested this, but it would "logical".
Received on Wednesday, 3 October 2001 10:31:02 GMT

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