I'm having an issue with the vertical scroll bar... when the browser window is made shorter than the content, the vertical scrollbar appears, but this also causes the horizontal scroll bar to appear even if the browser window is much wider than the content. I believe the width of the vertical scroll bar is being included in the total width of the page, but the width of the canvas set to 100% is confusing it.
Anyone heard of this happening before? I kind of need like an 'includeInLayout = false' for the vertical scroll bar.
If the problem is unclear, I can post a link to where you can see it happen...
you can set the vertical and horizontal scroll policies, verticalScrollPolicy='off'
Thanks for the response, but turning off the scroll policies will also prevent the desired and expected behavior of the scroll bars appearing when the browser is made smaller than the content.
Message was edited by: jDubz_ (I removed the link because I 'fixed' the problem)
I kind of fixed it for now by setting the verticalScrollPolicy to 'ON'. This includes the width of the vertical scroll bar into the site and prevents the problem. The drawback is that the vertical scroll bar is displayed all the time (disabled when not needed). I'm wondering if there's a better solution...