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10-18-2011 09:25 AM
I am using jQuery to develop my application. I don't think that jQuery's scrollTop method is compatible with the OS 5 browser, where $(window).scrollTop() always returns 0 (at least, in navigation mode it does).
Is there a cross-bb-browser method of determining the scroll distance, in pixels, from the top of the page?
10-18-2011 09:38 AM
Yeah BB5 has a problem getting the scroll position.. but it can set the scrollTop.. I know.. Wierd...
You could try out an extension I made a while ago where you can subscribe to an event that will trigger when the scrolling stops that will give you the horizontal and vertical position