Can you zip up the project file so others can troubleshoot how you have the iframe implemented.
Sorry. Should have included files. You can download the files at http://jomariworks.com/edge-iframe/edge-iframe.zip
In the interim, I've found a way to inject the HTML, eliminating the need to insert as an iframe. Rather than scrolling, I'm resizing the stage to accommodate the content.
This has the immediate advantage of working on mobile and tablets. It also will have superior SEO since the content is on the page in hidden divs.
What I lose is the fixed height stage that kept the map fixed and scrolled the content. Setting the content to scroll rather than hidden scrolled the map off the screen, which also happens when viewing the long content.
The demonstration of this version is online at http://www.jomariworks.com/edge-inject (Again, only the links in Hawaii, California, Oregon and Washington are live.) The files can be downloaded at http://www.jomariworks.com/edge-inject/edge-inject.zip
There is no .an Project file in your .zip?
Though I did open the core .html file there appears to be some malformed code in it? I am not sure if the files zipped are the Publish results or the original project files (preferred)?
Aside from your file I did try a few iframe sceniors and oddly enough I could not get the scrollbars to appear on my Android tablet, either (as per your original mobile device question). The scroll bars appear/work fine in the browser; the scrolling works fine on the tablet but just no scrollbars appear (I suspect its a mobile issue).
And since scroll does work, perhaps a one line description for instruct users.
Sorry about not including the correct files. Didn't realize there was a difference between original source files and the published package. Simply forgot the .an file.
I've repackaged the edge-inject files using the source files. Unfortunately, I built the edge-inject version from the iframe version and didn't keep a copy of source files for the version attempting to use iframes.
Live and learn.
Injecting HTML from hidden DIVs works well. It's faster, since there is no need to load the iframe. And, as mentioned, is better for SEO. Also, if I really need a fixed height on the content, I can still set the Stage to scrolling of overset.
Hi Jomariworks, is a sort of this that you want? (Check San Diego link on iPad, I've set MapDataText to overflow: scroll)
About the hidden Div, I suggest also the use of Json files to load external text.
Thanks for the help. That's interesting. This works on the Dolphin browser on an Android tablet. But it does NOT work on Chrome on Android devices. Hmmm.
Update: chrome beta for android correctly scrolls the iframe
Hey people, 2 years later from the creation of the topic and I have the same question that the guy whose did create the topic.
I am doing an animation to college and what happens is when I have an iframe embed, the scroll doesn't work on mobile for what I iframed. But that just happens to files I don't create over the Edge Animate.
Although the question is old, the guy who asked for it changed his method for embedding and didn't get the answer