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Bug in Konquerer
toolman

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Msg#: 672 posted 7:36 pm on May 12, 2001 (gmt 0)

Has anyone else noticed the abscence of the scroll bars on a page when absolutely positioning a layer with expanding table structures inside.

In other words by moving the text to the top using a class for a layer the page renders correctly in position but you can't scroll down to see the rest of what's in the layer. I even tried making the layer ridiculously long and it still didn't verk.

Yeah I know...We're all gonna lose a lot of sleep over the two UA's a year that *might* be Konquerer but just thought I would give ya'll a heads up.

 

tedster

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Msg#: 672 posted 11:54 pm on May 12, 2001 (gmt 0)

Hmm... The same behavior I'm running into occasionally on Netscape 4.7 with Windows ME.

Absolute positioning is CSS-2 functionality, and there may be an inherent difficulty that Konqueror and Netscape both fall prey to.

toolman

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Msg#: 672 posted 1:14 am on May 13, 2001 (gmt 0)

Of course Konquerer is running on Linux.

I have every format and crossbrowser bug worked out of my css-scape now except for this. I am not, quite frankly, going to burn up another brain cell trying to fix it either. The only ua's I ever get being Konquerer are me...testing for Konquerer.

Now if I ran a php developers forum or projeckt that vould be another qvestion altogether.

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