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Developer
Posts: 51
Registered: ‎10-22-2011
My Device: 9800
My Carrier: Telus

1.0.8 weird scrolling behaviour (bug)

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I have a simple page with an iframe in it (it is actually my license display page so it has an iframe containing the text and accept/reject buttons).   I am programmatically scrolling that window using <iframe>.contentWindow.scrollTo(0,pos) in order to work around various other scrolling bugs.  In the simulator, this works fine.  On the device, the rendered iframe does not scroll, however, it appears that behind the scenes, it has been scrolled.   If something else occurs to case invalidating/repainting of a portion of the iframe, then the scrolled version is drawn (but only for the invalidated region). 

 

Just wondering if anybody has come across this and found a workaround?

 

BTW, there is no &$(#@($ing way it should be this hard to show a scrollable license agreement.