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Re: Overflowed elements and some browsers

From: Dave Hyatt <hyatt@apple.com>
Date: Thu, 13 Oct 2005 23:23:36 -0700
Message-Id: <5E955E30-DA29-4DE4-913F-68D34DAA1420@apple.com>
Cc: Emrah BASKAYA <emrahbaskaya@hesido.com>, "www-style.w3.org" <www-style@w3.org>
To: Dave Gregory <davidg@v7s.com>

overflow:scroll simply means "always show a scrolling mechanism."  If  
you can't scroll, though, then the scrollers will be disabled (the  
look is up to the user agent).

Anyway, Safari supports overflow just fine.  In fact the RSS reader  
view of Safari uses overflow. :)

If you have specific examples of where overflow malfunctions in  
Safari, file a bug at http://bugzilla.opendarwin.org/

dave
(hyatt@apple.com)

On Oct 13, 2005, at 9:37 AM, Dave Gregory wrote:

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> Sure looks like that is correct.
> I have the latest version of Safari and the latest version of Firefox.
> setup an overflow: scroll;   and found that firefox had scrollbars  
> where Safari gave room for the scrollbars, but there were none.
>
> Dave
> davidg@v7s.com    www.screwlewse.com
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> On Oct 13, 2005, at 2:36 AM, Emrah BASKAYA wrote:
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>> Currently KHTML browsers on Linux does not seem to support  
>> elements with Overflow property properly. Is it the same case with  
>> Safari which uses about the same technology? I know it passes the  
>> acid2 test but a friend reported that the scrollers don't work in  
>> Div's, is it true with the latest version?
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>> Thanks in advance.
>> -- 
>> Emrah BASKAYA
>> www.hesido.com
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