I have an app that features a datagrid in the interface. Once
a user gives focus to any of the cells in this grid, the vertical
scroll gets locked to the cursor/mouse, even if the user mouses off
the datagrid. In otherwords, the grid will scroll up/down in
relation the cursor movement, even though the cursor is no longer
over the grid.
This only happens in a Windows IE environment, and only under
certain conditions that I can't isolate. Of course, this always
happens on the client's machine, although I've only been able to
replicate on one out of a half dozen test stations.
I've found no record of this glitch anywhere, I'm hoping
there's a way to kill it? I thought maybe it's related to the
mousewheel, but the scrolling is tied directly to the mouse itself,
not the wheel.