Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #11712


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Sep 27, 2010, 8:57:25 AM (11 years ago)
Author:
bill
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I don't know what you mean by "clicking on the grey area below the slider". Maybe you are talking about clicking the down arrow on the scroll bar of the Select drop down? I do see the problem there that it doesn't do anything, that scroll just jumps back to the first row in the drop down.

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  • Ticket #11712

    • Property Owner anonymous deleted
    • Property Component changed from General to Dijit
    • Property Summary changed from Scrolling jumps back under IE 6,7,8 in Select to Select: scrolling jumps back under IE 6,7,8
  • Ticket #11712 – Description

    initial v1  
    55There are more scrolling errors in the list:
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    7 1. Scroll down some items by clicking on arrow-down without releasing the mouse button.
    8 2. Click once on arrow-up to scroll up one item. The list jumps back to the first item in the list.
     7 1. Scroll down some items by clicking on arrow-down without releasing the mouse button.
     8 2. Click once on arrow-up to scroll up one item. The list jumps back to the first item in the list.
    99
    1010Horizontal scroll bars (if not hidden) have the same issues.
     
    1212We observed this behaviour with IE 6, 7 and 8.
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    14 It happens every time with dijit.form.Select and to a lesser extent with dijit.form.ComboBox and dijit.form.FilteringSelect. FF and Chrome seem to work fine.
     14It happens every time with dijit.form.Select and to a lesser extent with dijit.form.!ComboBox and dijit.form.!FilteringSelect. FF and Chrome seem to work fine.
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    1616Attached is a sample page we use to demonstrate this behavior. It has to be opened in IE in a small enough window so that there is a scroll bar.