Looks like your application tag still has scrolling on
Yes, it is on at the application level. It has to be on there as the page is longer than the browser window and you need some way to move the page down.
Is it possible that only the application policy applies and no other scrolling policy on specific objects will apply?
A bigger question is how to get the scroll bars to work from the keyboard. The problem is to be accessible, the application must be available to blind or physically handicapped people that can't use a mouse.
To get the entire form read requires horizonal scrolling in some cases such as when it is in Spanish or the font size it increased a lot. Now, a horizontal scroll bar appears and is easily movable via the mouse, but we have to have it move without a mouse.
I found the vertical bar came from the form object and I eliminated that, but the bigger issue still remains.
It is possible to move scroll bars programatically. just listen to
Thanks for your comment. I've been working on it and am only now getting back.
I was able to get the scroll bar and keyboard to work. For details, I put it all in the Mouse thread from me.