Can you share your entire config.xml?
It's also possible that the setting is working correctly -- the preference only affects the webview itself. If your app has a scrollable element that uses native scrolling, that container can still bounce. Depending on how you've built your app, it's possible that would mean your entire app would still bounce -- that is, if your navigation bars and such were within a single containing element with scrolling enabled. As such, it might help to see your index.html or your app's HTML structure.
I think I have the same problem. you are describing at your comment that on the main screen its fine but the dynamic data still has dissallowOverscroll=false. How can I change this setting with js code or what?
DisallowOverscroll only works on the web view's scroll container. So if you have "overflow: scroll" and "-webkit-overflow-scrolling: touch" on a container, it will continue to bounce.
Without seeing your DOM structure, it's a little difficult to be of more assistance. Can you share what your DOM looks like with this page loaded? Share relevant styles as well.
It is an iframe that is misbehaving, so I found a workaround on making it very very long with static length, however there is a problem with my scrolling still. Sometimes it behaves as I wish, sometimes not.
I have a cordova app witch upon a touch opens up a new iframe that is wrapped inside a div. Roughly like this:
<div style="padding:0; overflow:auto;-webkit-overflow-scrolling:touch;height: 10000px;">
<iframe id="1" style="height: 100%;width: 100%;border: none;" src="iframe.html"></iframe>
But the iFrame does not scroll how i want all the time, it glitches. See video
I think this is because I am scrolling the DIV in the background but when i somehow touch iframe it does not scroll. Any help will be appreciated.