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Are you using absolute positioning, or % based positioning? Do you hav e horizontalScrollPolicy=off? Vertical as well?
I am using absolute positioning.
i had horizontalScrollPolicy & Vertical set to auto, after reading this i set them both to on, with same results.
Bump, is this a bug in FLEX, or just something I am not doing ?
The first of the following apps has no scrollbars, but the second has them.
This means Flex is working correctly to add scrollbars when necessary within the app.
I suspect you need to do something in your wrapper html file to get them. It could be debated whether or not you should have to do this.
Thank you for the help, but maybe I am not stating the problem well.
in your example there are sliders. however I was referring to the sliders in the actual browser, not the app.
so if your desktop is set for 1024x768 you can see the whole page. however if you then make your web browser say half the size of your desktop you will no longer see the scroll bars on your app, and you will not be able to scroll around to them because the actual browser window does not have scroll bars. I need to enable scroll bars on the actual browser in case a customer has a desktop set to 800x600 or something like that.
That's why I say you probably need to do something in your wrapper HTML page. I don't even know if this is possible, and perhaps it is possible to control in Flex, but I don't think so.
ok, I just thought Flex took care of it all and I did not need to do anything extra such as taking care of HTML wrapper things.
Though, I would say it would seem important that FLEX should take care of this. If someone makes a page in FLEX, that is larger that the browsers viewing window the user is screwed to be able to navigate that page properly without having "browsers" scroll bars.
Agreed. Flex should take care of this.
Well, for what its worth I found out how to accomplish what I wanted to do. I made the page 1024x768 then placed a canvas on top of that the same size. now I always have the scroll bars no matter what size the browser window is.
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> Well, for what its worth I found out how to accomplish what I wanted to
> do. I
> made the page 1024x768 then placed a canvas on top of that the same size.
> now I
> always have the scroll bars no matter what size the browser window is.